Tag Archive: travel

Starting Now: Summer Prep 2014

Every vacation, whether it be a weekend getaway or a week-long excursion, I know the best way to begin planning and packing are the same- make a list! I am huge on writing… Continue reading

Off the Road Again: Post-Tour Depression

Every Phish show I have been to over the years impacts my life positively in some way. As the tour has ended, I find myself reflecting on the fun and friendships that I… Continue reading

My Week With Phish: Summer Tour 2013

From July 5th up until this past Friday, I have ventured from Saratoga Springs, New York to central New Jersey to Long Island to share in the groove. This year marks 30 years… Continue reading

Wizard World NYC: Yeah, I Met Them Again

Maybe, if you’ve come to my blog before or know me personally, you will be all “whaaat” when I tell you I went to yet another convention where actors from the hit television show,… Continue reading

Bonnaroo 2013: Another One for the Books

My second year at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has come and gone and being back home in my air conditioned room makes for a wonderful time to reflect on everything I… Continue reading

Summer Drawing Near: Bring on the Music!

I promised to post more once the summer started and for me, it officially has. I am leaving for Tennessee on Wednesday for year two at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. We will… Continue reading

My Trip to the Big Easy

I’m embarrassed to admit I haven’t gotten around to blogging about my trip to New Orleans yet. I mean, it has been two weeks already. And this is suppose to be a travel blog? Psshh.… Continue reading

New Orleans or Bust!

I am off to the Pelican State! Did you know that was the official nickname of good ol’ Louisiana? Well yes, I am taking off very early Friday morning (with a layover in… Continue reading

3 Reasons to Be Happy in April (and always)

3. There’s still time to get that beach body I think. But I’m going to stay optimistic here and go with a big ol’ “yes!” If you start today, right after you finish… Continue reading

Walking Dead Overload: My Cincinnati Trip

Allow me to get the bad out of the way, first. Our hotel, The Millenium, was so outdated and dirty, I plan to write an extensive review on Trip Advisor soon. At $200… Continue reading

Cincinnati Bound: Taking on The Buckeye State

As you read this I’m either high in the sky or touchdown in the Buckeye State. Spring break for college students is usually centered around partying almost naked, tequila with the worm at… Continue reading

Trey Anastasio Band: A Review From the Front Row

As a huge fan of jam band giants, Phish, when I heard that guitarist and frontman, Trey Anastasio, was touring locally I knew I had to go. I know his music to be… Continue reading

A Post About Making Posts

It’s been too long since I have put up a real post. Something that means something. I hate that about myself, about January, and about having nothing to do; I hate when my website lacks… Continue reading

A Very Phishy New Year: Volume 2

The last week of 2012 marked the second time I made it out to see Phish play their New Year run at Madison Square Garden in the amazing New York City. I went… Continue reading

Rocking From One Year to the Next

Already a week into December and people around me are frantically making plans for the new year. Yeah yeah, we know. 2013 is a brand new start; get skinnier, richer, better. But hold… Continue reading

sarah On The Go! takes LaLa Land

This is a brief account of my trip to Los Angeles last weekend. Some memories and moments for photos were beyond what I could produce for you guys. I knew I wanted to… Continue reading

I Survived Comic Con: A Walking Dead Weekend

As an uber fan of the AMC drama, The Walking Dead, New York Comic Con was an absolute must. The convention was held at the Javits Center in Manhattan this past weekend, and… Continue reading

Autumn Across America

Ah yes, autumn is here as of Saturday. For my New England peeps, bring on the beautiful foliage and crisp air. This right here is a big deal for many of us– well,… Continue reading

A Movie Changed My Day: Lost in Translation

Nine years later. Lost in Translation came out in 2003, and I just saw this movie. Some flick fan I am! We all get around to some of the bigger, more impactful movies at our… Continue reading

Groovin’ in the Catskills: The Last Music Festival of the Year

This past weekend my friend and I packed the car so completely full of camping and festival gear and drove to the Pennsylvania and New York border in a little over three hours.… Continue reading

My Aruba Trip in Photos

Aruba was one of the most pleasant islands I have visited in the Caribbean. Its people were extremely friendly, the sunsets were always a delight, the beach and water were beyond picturesque and… Continue reading

Fly Me Away: My Countdown to Aruba

I am leaving for Aruba on Tuesday and while I have some blog posts scheduled while I am gone, I wanted to put a quick one up today about the traveling ants in… Continue reading

Gathering of the Vibes Feature Articles: Soulive & Organ Donation

I recently have posted two new blog posts on the official Gathering of the Vibes website right here: http://gatheringofthevibes.com/govibes-blog The first is on organ donation; the benefits, how to go about donating, becoming… Continue reading

Hugs & Kisses to the Green Mountain State

Rolling hills, maple syrup-infused foods, and crisp clean air are just a few of the reasons why I love Vermont. Alex and I went up to the Wilmington area again this weekend and it was… Continue reading

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Phish Concert Edition

June 2010 was my very first Phish concert. All the time I spent trying to learn Phish beforehand was time spent trying to understand the hype. I went on a whim and knew… Continue reading

4 Life Lessons in 4 Days

1. Make the most of once in a lifetime opportunities. I was granted an opportunity to be on a television show called Ink Master and went down to New Jersey for two days to film. Although I cannot talk… Continue reading

Cheers, Mr. Bourdain!

Today is chef, journalist and television star, Anthony Bourdain’s 56th birthday. Since the beginning of his show, No Reservations, back in 2005, I have been absolutely hooked; tuned in and turned onto the weird cultural… Continue reading

Birthday Week Kick-Off: Weekend Mash-Up

Happy Monday, my friends. I am aiming to post a bit more than usual this week because Friday is my birthday and I have been in a great mood… regardless of this Bonnaroo… Continue reading

Bonnaroo: A Music Lover’s Paradise

Two full days later and your girl Sarah is still lingering in the epicenter of Tropical Storm Bonnaroo. I have festi-fever and the Tennessee sun could not sweat it out of me. The five of… Continue reading

And I’m Off…

For my first real road trip. I have talked about the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival incessantly on my blog for months, and now the time has come. My bags are packed, I… Continue reading

Gearing up for Tennessee: Festival Edition

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is officially three weeks away. Oh yes, 21 days from now I will be in Manchester, Tennessee with the best people in my life, getting dirty in a… Continue reading

If I Start Walking Now…

Would I get to California in time for the Walking Dead Red Carpet Premiere? If that is what it is going to take to save me a couple bucks, then I will get… Continue reading

Aruba: Eight Days in Paradise

Official tropical vacation of yours truly this summer: Aruba!  Hit play on the Beach Boys, Kokomo track. It is time to blog, Aruban style! I am going to do my damn hardest not… Continue reading

Music Madness: 150 Artists For My Viewing Pleasure

I just cannot seem to shut up about the Bonnaroo Music Festival lately. I can assure you that I will calm down with the blog posts in the near future, but for now… Continue reading

Late Night Insight Vol. 3: Drunky Funky Collection

To be completely honest, I drank enough tonight to earn an honorary spot in the German Beer Olympics, but that is not to say that I am too inebriated to post a blog… Continue reading

In My Wildest Realities

Everyone has those three or four travel destinations that we swear up and down we will venture to one day. Whether it is the money that is holding you back, as it is… Continue reading

Feeling Accomplished!

Hugs and kisses to all that decided to check out my blog. I am so excited, after days of being so frustrated, to have a working website! I have recently turned into a… Continue reading