This Week’s Everyday Adventures & A Few Links

Happy Weekend

Happy Spring Break week everyone! My office has been unusually quiet as people have headed out for a little break with their families. This weekend, I will be participating in some St. Patrick’s Day activities and enjoying the beautiful weather that has suddenly appeared in Dallas.

This week, my adventures included:

+ Cooking my first Thai recipe ever that was on the cover of Bon Appetit. I really love Thai soups that have coconut milk in them, so I thought I would take a stab at it. I would say it was a success!

+ Having so much extra energy because of the added hours of sunshine each day! I have spent some quality time on restaurant patios (including trying this one), taking some long walks outside and making a couple of shopping runs to my favorite areas.

+ Guest posting on Elizabeth’s blog about my “Perfect Day in Punta del Este.” If you haven’t already had a chance to check it out, you should!

** And a few of my favorite travel related links and finds from this week **

You would probably have to be living under a rock to have missed all of the reporting going on about SXSW (which is a bucket list item of mine). Here is Tory Burch’s playlist for, as she puts it, “Spring Break for Techies.” – The Tory Blog

Whole Foods is expanding their healthy living empire with a health resort, planned to be located in their headquarters’ city of Austin. Nothing is set in stone yet- it would open sometime in the next three years. – Skift

Was excited to see this post on one of my favorite daily reads about “Traveling with Tech.” Molly did a great job rounding up some practical tech accessories to organize your life while traveling. – My Life Scoop

I discovered the Ness app yesterday, and have become addicted to seeing how accurate it is on predicting restaurants I would like in Dallas. It is eerily spot on and I can’t wait to try it in another city. Full app review to come. – Ness

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Photo // Photo taken by The Everyday Adventurer in Punta del Este, text using Photo Lettering App

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Comments

  1. Restaurant patios? In March? Oh goodness…so envious. We’ve still got snow up here!

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