Tomorrow marks my parents 27 year anniversary so their present was something they’d been asking for, for a long time: a recording of their wedding song, “Do I Love You?” by Ella Fitzgerald. I finally took on the challenge since they took on the challenge of raising me. They’ve always been the greatest example of […]Read more "Do I Love You?"
You might remember last year’s Brew at the Zoo review; well this one was ten times better because Mom was in town and she was Livewell’s Latest photographer!! This year was all about exploring the places each vendor came from, eating our way through “food truck row” and of course… zip lining… because what would […]Read more "Brew at the Zoo | 2018 Review"
My girl Maddy Newton is a serious force to be reckoned with. You might remember her Across the Table feature with me a while back where I interviewed her about her single at the time (“Kiss You Yesterday”), her YouTube channel & venture into travel vlogging. Since then, with Nashville being the biggest small town […]Read more "Maddy Newton – What Am I To You"
I’ve coined the term “think song” as a piece of music that makes you reflect on things and see your problems through a new perspective. The kind of song that you feel was written for you and a situation you’ve been in. The type where you’re not sure how someone else could relate so perfectly. […]Read more "Kailey Miller’s ‘Broken’ Is Your “Think Song”"
Without even trying today, my Shazam account forced me to make a new Spotify playlist. There have been countless times that I’m watching one of my favorite tv show and we get to such an emotional moment and I find myself scrambling for my phone so I can Shazam the song that’s playing. I don’t […]Read more "songs that make you pause the tv"
The Nashville Zoo isn’t at any typical zoo. It’s actually a pretty hopping (no pun intended) place for people of all ages to be throughout the year – especially the Summer. The one thing it’s most known for every year though, especially with the 21+ crowd, is Brew at the Zoo. You might remember my coverage of […]Read more "Brew at the Zoo | 2017 Review"
The Nashville Film Festival has been growing every year, since it was founded in 1969. This year was no exception as hundreds of directors, actors, press and film-lovers alike, spent the month of April frequenting the Regal Hollywood 27 on Thompson Lane in Nashville. The lucky winners that got their time on the big screen […]Read more "Nashville’s Film Fest ’17"