Happy New Year y’all! I can’t believe it’s already the 13th day of 2017. I guess time really does fly when you’re having fun.  It’s a new year and instead of making resolutions that I honestly never stick to, I have created a list of goals for myself for the year. One of my goals for the year is to take a cue from our friends across the pond and go on more vacations. So this year SM&S will be presenting a series entitled ” A Weekend Away”. This monthly series will focus on budget friendly weekend getaways. It will be geared towards working adults who have a desire to take more vacations but don’t think they have enough time or enough money to make it happen. My personal goal is to take at least one weekend trip per month. I know it sounds a bit unconventional but life is short so book the vacation! For the first weekend away, we will be venturing to…

I can’t wait for you all to come along this journey with me. Be sure you are following my social media channels as the adventure appears there first! You can follow my Snapchat @skymilesstyle or all other social media by clicking the icons located at the top of the blog. This year is about exploring more and getting out of the rat race rut!

If you’re from the Atlanta area, I would love to hear some places I should visit during my trip. Please include restaurant choices, because as most of  you already know I am obsessed with brunch!

 

 


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