Bill Hader and Alec Berg managed to create a comedy that is both heartbreakingly sincere and filled with gut shaking dark humor in Barry season one. In season two, they've brought more of that to the table. Read why Barry is the show you should be watching.
In my Places section of the site I recommend my favorites - favorite nail salons, gyms, restaurants, dry cleaners, etc. in Austin. Need to get a cool manicure? Check out Cute Nail Studio
Austin can be an overwhelmong place to plan in. for your next date night, check out my top three favorites for some romance.
Violet Crown Trail A little slice of enchanted forest running through the heart of the Greenbelt. Learn more Swimming Holes There are a few separate swimming holes in the greenbelt - click the link above to check the water levels. Steep Gradients With sections of the trail reaching around 10% incline, this trail will get … Continue reading ATX Life: My Favorite Enchanted Forest
I am not a particularly happy person, but I am an incredibly joyful person. Read what I think the difference is and how joy can really change your life.
Down the road from Emma Long is a well maintained, scenic trail with a peaceful vibe and low elevation gain. Check out Turkey Creek Trail.
River Place Nature Trail 4998 River Place Blvd Austin, TX 78730 Shaded Throughout Tucked into the River Place neighborhood in the northwest hills of Austin, this shaded area is a gorgeous slice of hill country that stays relatively cool in the summer. Highest Elevation Change This trail is not for the faint of heart or … Continue reading ATX Life: River Place Nature Trail
Mary's is a little unassuming joint on Red River near campus - here's my review and your reason to stop in for a fresh breakfast.
13676 Bee Cave Parkway Bee Cave, TX 78738 From the parking lot, Central Park seems a little like a baseball complex without the fields. A playground, some fields, lots of sidewalk. But if you dive a little deeper, there is enough to make it worth your while to drive out of the city. The sidewalk … Continue reading ATX Life: Bee Cave Central Park