Frank Fetch Park

FRANK FETCH PARK
228 EAST BECK STREET
COLUMBUS, OHIO
Having heard about Frank Fetch Park through the grapevine, I was so excited to stumble upon it during one of my walks through German Village with my dog. The park’s entrance along Beck Street is so secluded and private and it felt like I was going back in time when I walked through the brick wall gate.

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Whole Foods Market – Upper Arlington

The new Whole Foods Market in Upper Arlington takes grocery shopping to another level! I go to this market for three main reasons: 1) to get the freshest produce, fish/chicken, & grains possible 2) for their amazingly healthy and delicious salad bar and 3) for the visual appeal (you’ll see in my pictures!).

Travel: Charlottesville, Virginia

KESWICK HALL
701 CLUB DRIVE
KESWICK, VA 22947
This hotel is gorgeous!!! I booked this place online after seeing the pictures because they were so stunning. I kept it a secret from my husband and when we arrived, he was pretty much floored. On that day, he officially handed over the task of future hotel bookings to me.

Scioto Audubon Dog Park

SCIOTO AUDUBON DOG PARK
400 W. WHITTIER ST
COLUMBUS, OHIO 43215
The Scioto Audubon Dog Park is the perfect place to play for my little guy. He doesn’t need fancy but he does need (a.) safe and (b.) spacious and this dog park delivers both. It’s about 2 acres and has both a small dog and a large dog area with sandboxes, benches, picnic tables, and water fountains. City secret.

Tai’s Asian Bistro & Sushi

TAI’S ASIAN BISTRO & SUSHI
1285 W LANE AVE
COLUMBUS, OHIO
Okay, so my husband and I love getting sushi. We typically hate the price. Until we met Tai. Tai’s that is. This place has arguably the cheapest sushi in Columbus and it’s freshly rolled and very tasty.