What to Do in Atlanta Over Spring Break

When I was a kid, spring break was an oasis between MLK Day and Memorial Day. It felt like it would never come and that I was at school more than I was at home. Now that I’m a parent and school schedules have shifted, I feel like the kids are rarely in school for […]

Get Freaked Out at the Horizon Theatre

There have been more than a few times I wanted to switch places with both my six and two-year-olds, mostly when they were napping in the middle of the afternoon or staring at the enchantment of Disney for the first time. Although I wouldn’t give up work for a million dollars because I love writing […]

How to Go to Disney for Free

This post may contain affiliate links to products I use and recommend. Please read my disclosure for more info. If you feel like Disney is too expensive and out of reach, you’re not alone. The average cost for a family of four to go to Disney World is $4,885, as reported by TIME. That price tag doesn’t […]

RENT on Tour Comes to Atlanta

The first time I saw RENT I was living in NYC, had just said goodbye to the 90s and was still a struggling commercial video editor. I remember my stress level rising as the cast and crew navigated the murky waters of what it’s like living in NYC. This time around with seeing RENT during […]

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