Cocktails at Death and Co in New York

Spots like Death and Co remind me why I am madly in love with New York. Atmosphere is everything! It’s dark, tiny, chic, exclusive, sexy, edgy, and made for small groups. Love it.


My delicious poison of choice was The Sundance Kid, a Mezcal based cocktail that was equally tasty and pretty to look at. I also nibbled on the Truffle Mac and Cheese which came in these deliciously bite sized portions.


Check this place out when you’re in NY/The Lower East Side, I loved it!

The Soap Factory in Provo, Utah

Provo, Utah is a very cute little town. The vibe is laid back and friendly, I enjoyed passing through! The Soap Factory was a nice afternoon activity. I’ve never made soap or bath products before so it was a new experience for me! You could make bath/beauty products (soap, body scrub, lotion, etc), chocolates, or trail mix. All of there ingredients/products are also made from natural environmentally friendly sources.

soap factory utah mold soap factory utah provo paint

I decided to make a couple of soap bars and a body scrub. The process was pretty simple, you pick a shape mold for your soap and an essential oil as the scent. You also have the option to add other ingredients like charcoal, cinnamon, sea salt, etc that have various health and skin benefits. You can also add paint to give the soap some color. After you’ve picked all of your ingredients, you mix them together with the soap and fill up the shape mold! It takes about 5-10 minutes for the soap to set and dry and then you can also paint it to give it more color!

soap factory utah provo paint It was a nice activity that was reasonably priced. The lab fee is $5.00 per person and then $0.05 a gram for whichever products you make! A fun place to check out and make some unique souvenirs while you’re in Provo.


Moo’s Gourmet Ice Cream in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

My travels this year have been a bit more of exploring states outside of the one’s I usually frequent (CA, IL, NY, NV) and it’s been a cool experience to absorb the beauty that you can definitely find here. Especially when it comes to food. We road tripped from California up to Montana and Wyoming for an adventure through Yellow Stone National Park and The Grand Teatons and aside from the gorgeous natural beauty there was amazing ice cream.


The ice cream game at Moo’s Gourmet Ice Cream in Jackson Hole, Wyoming is on point. It’s an all organic and natural gourmet ice cream and sorbet spot that does an amazing job of creating delicious and chemical free flavors. I went with the Black Raspberry Sorbet and it’s as delicious as it looks.


If you’re craving civilization Jackson Hole is a cool place to stop just outside of The Grand Teatons for lunch, dessert, and some quality time bumming around through the local shops!