Dear Reader,

This section is to give you a little information about the creator of the blog you are currently reading. I was born and raised in Central, Mid-Coast Maine. I have 3 sisters, a brother, a brother-in-law and a soon to be sister-in-law. I have been blessed with the most wonderful niece and nephew with whom I spend an enormous amount of time with and who you will hear a lot about them in the upcoming posts. I am a college graduate of the University of Maine and I currently work at a law firm as a legal assistant.

Over the last two years I have transitioned my daily diet to be dairy-free and gluten-free, which was no over night success but is half the reason why I decided to have health be a huge part of my blog!

In my spare time you will find me out traveling around our beautiful state taking in the sights, exploring new places and visiting old favorites. Over the years I have taken thousands of photos during my countless adventures of Maine. I have always wanted an outlet to be able to share my experiences and photos with those who also live in Maine, those who have visited and those who have yet to visit and maybe someday will after reading this, and now I have found my outlet – blogging.

Please feel free to reach out to me should you want to learn any more about me. Although I’m sure if you are patient enough you will learn all you need to know and more once I get my posts rolling out.

Again, welcome to the adventure and thank you for joining me! I look forward to sharing with you and hearing from you.



*Disclaimer – all of my content and photos will be original unless stated otherwise!

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