Celebrate Earth Day In Maryland

Happy Earth Day lovely’s! I hope your all having a beautiful day. If you’re looking for something to do this year look no further.
1] Lyrid Meteor Shower

If you live on the east coast you have probably heard of the Lyrid meteor shower by now. The showers started April 14th and run until April 30th. Set up some blankets and pillows in your front yard. Grab your sweetie and/or besties and you’ll be set for an awesome chill session! (Don’t forget snacks!!)
“The best chance to see “shooting stars” in months comes this Earth Day, but the annual Lyrid meteor shower is already underway right now.” “You should be able to see as many as 20 meteors per hour in the early morning hours of April 22.” (msn.com)
2] Maryland Park Service Events

Grab some friends and check out your state and local government sites for events and cleanups. Make some coffee because most of these events start pretty early!
“In Cecil County, celebrate Earth Day at 9 a.m. by catching a glimpse of majestic bald eagles along the banks of Elk Neck State Park. Join a ranger at the Rogues Harbor Area to learn more about this bird of prey through various activities, including an ambassador from the Scales & Tales program.” (http://news.maryland.gov/dnr/2018/04/20/earth-day-celebrated-at-maryland-state-parks/)
“On the Eastern Shore, Martinak State Park is embracing the latest craze to reach the U.S. from Sweden: plogging. Rangers will offer free bags and gloves to joggers so they can pick up trash while they shape up. Event goes from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.” (http://news.maryland.gov/dnr/2018/04/20/earth-day-celebrated-at-maryland-state-parks/)
3] Start A Garden

Starting small is the best way to get into gardening. Do you buy herbs, what about a small garden of herbs? Plant some flowers that supply food to bees and butterflies. You could also plant a tree in your yard. Check out you local farms or HomeDepot/Lowe’s for ideas.

4] Get Out In The Streets

Pack up the household and head to the streets. Clean up your community! Nothing feels better than making your community beautiful.

Follow me on Instagram to see all the adventures!

Xo Peace & Joy


2018 Goal Setting

We made it to 2018, yay! We all know what a New Year means…goal setting time! Instead of brainstorming for the whole last week of December we decided to try something different this year. My fiancee and I embraced the holidays and just relaxed! All goal making was to be done the first two weeks of January. That way we stayed in the moment during the holidays season. Nothing worse then freaking out and forgetting what the holidays are all about.

After much thought and consideration we decided it was time to take the plunge and travel more this year. We have been talking about working remotely since it became a thing a few years back. The thought of an unstable job freaked me out though. No more benefits, 401k, paid time off…. eek scary! I originally studied finance and let me tell you they ingrain stability in your head…. My man was more worried about getting on a plane. (Who would have thunk a travel junkie falling for a man afraid of heights…..)

We both hold full-time jobs. He currently works as a security technician and I am a kennel manager/veterinary tech student. We have not found perfect fit jobs yet but we are on the hunt!

We’d love to hear about your goals and what your doing to achieve them! Until Next time Peace & Love


Eden Mill Nature Center

I had heard of Eden Mill before, from my dad. He always encouraged us to get out in nature. He would speak of how important solidarity was when figuring out tough stuff. I have since visited a ton of trails in my area, but not Eden Mill.

I happened to get off work early today, so I called my sister and off we went. We were blown away when we got to the first trail. It seemed like an endless tree lined trail at first. The trees cast a lovely shade over the trail. Specks of sunshine and sky could still seep through. We felt like we were walking through a secret tunnel, simply breathtaking!

All the trails were well taken care of. Each path had a cute name. For example Bluebird Trail. Bluebird trail was a short walk about .17 miles. We could hear birds rustling through the trees. Squirrels literally inches from us just hanging out. It was very peaceful.

We kept on going up some stairs built into a hill and ended up in a huge meadow. We saw butterflies, bees, and birds soaring by. There was a big wooden gazebo for people to take a rest out of the sun. It would be perfect for a picnic spot too!

On our way down the hill, we decided to take a path. The path led to a trail along the river. We saw kayakers, fishermen in canoes, and lots of dragonflies. I fell in love with these tiny orange and yellow flowers that grew along the trail. They were so delicate and beautiful.


Eden Mill was absolutly beautiful. I would highly recommend this nature center!

Until next time, 

 Peace & Love