A Recap on Greece

Eight flights + fourteen days + hundreds of pictures = one hell of a trip.  Greece was spectacular in more ways than I could even begin to explain.  From exploring ancient ruins to witnessing a larger-than-life Greek wedding to walking through the village of my grandfather’s birthplace, the trip gave
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Greece: Days 5 – 12

 Another assortment of photographs from Greece.  To all of you that have sent in e-mails, I’ll be catching up on my inbox during my flight home on Monday.  The wifi has been pretty spotty here…enjoy! Me leaving Athens in this cool boat patterned shirt I picked up in Athens. My
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Greece: Days 1-4

Since I’m not in the states right now, I thought I would post a bunch of pictures from my time in Greece in place of Friday’s usual “10 Bits of Randomness.”  Below are a few dozens saps with quick captions below from various places I’ve visited in Athens.  All of
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Refurbishing the Gunnisons

“Cole Haan Gunnison Moccasins.”  If you search that phrase across my Instagram, Twitter, and blog, you would probably come up with a few thousand results considering I’m preaching about them on a near daily basis.  I’ve had my Gunnisons for two years now and have quite literally beat the hell
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Packing for Long Haul Flights

“Seersucker Striped Shirt” by J.Crew – Unlike oxford cloth, seersucker is one of the few fabrics that help to absorb wrinkles.  Since you’ll be sitting in a cramped seat for half of your day, opt for something that is comfortable and low maintenance.  “Brixton Vintage White Jeans” by Joe’s Jeans
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Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston.  Where do I even begin?  It’s been awhile since I was in the Holy City – probably about three or four years – having forgot its beautiful architecture, incredible food, as well as the mesmerizing Charlestonia dialect that I could listen to for days on end.  Throughout my time
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Breakfast for Lunch

Just over a week ago, a friend and I took an overnight trip to Asheville, North Carolina with Biscuit Head marking stop number one during our short stay.  The only way to describe the restaurant is “small-town-southern.”  From pie tins used as serving plates to the scattered pictures of family,
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36 Hours in NYC

During my trip to DC last week, I was able to squeeze in an impromptu 36 hour excursion to New York City in order to gather some interesting blog content (currently in draft mode as we speak) as well as catch up with a few friends that I haven’t seen
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