\\ S m o k y M o u n t a i n s //

 They’re beautiful, they’re timeless and they’re pretty much in my backyard. The Smoky Mountains. They have an entire National Park dedicated to and encompassing them, a park that is visited on average, more times a year than Yellowstone.  Ever since the fires in Gatlinburg, I have wanted to go up to the mountains more and […]

\\ T e n n e s s e e //

  As much as I want to travel, I will always love my home state and, more specifically, East Tennessee. ✌🏻   That’s why I was so excited when I came across this Tennessee flag shirt while out thrifting! 😱 $3.99, ya’ll. Amazing. The Levi jean jacket was only $8.99! I had to get it; […]

\\ Tennessee Valley Fair // 2017

  Last night we did one of my favorite fall activities: we went to the Tennessee Valley Fair! 🍗🍂    I wore flannel for the occasion and got a corn dog, because you can’t NOT get a corn dog. Was that a double negative?! Oh, well, the corn dog was definitely a POSITIVE. ✌🏻  The […]

\\ The French Market // A Favorite Eatery

  When it comes to Knoxville, we are starting to get more and more unique restaurants, especially in the downtown area. Being someone who used to work in restaurants for around 7 years as everything from a chef, to a waitress to a hostess, this makes me excited!      The French Market is one […]

🐉\\ Knoxville Asian Festival //🐉

  Today was bliss. 😌   I got to go downtown for the second year in a row to enjoy the Knoxville Asian Festival. It’s the highest concentration of Asian foods, Asian people and cultures, wares and merchandise, and performances that Knoxville sees in a calendar year. ⛩   I hope to one day be […]

🍩 National Doughnut Day 🍩

 Happy National Doughnut Day!!! 🎉🎉🎉   I will be the first to admit, doughnuts are not the first dessert I turn to or regular breakfast fare for me, but I do enjoy a good one every now and then! I like for dessert to be decadent and I am a fan of cake doughnuts over […]

📍 C l i n t o n, T N 📍

    Clinton, TN. It is located in Anderson County, not too far from my hometown. There are many ways to get there. You can take Clinton Highway all the way out or jump on the interstate and ride it out towards The Museum of Appalachia.   No matter how you get there, you’ll be […]