Are you ready for an adrenaline show like no other? Nitro Circus is coming to Cincinnati and you don’t want to miss it!
Butler County, Ohio offers visitors a different kind of hiking trail. A trail that involves donuts…..lots of donuts! Now that’s a trail that everyone can hike! I’m sharing tips for making the most of your first visit to the Donut Trail.
You don’t have to go far to have an incredible overnight with your family in the TriState. You can find lots of overnight adventures for all comfort levels within an hour’s drive of Cincinnati.
Sometimes you want breakfast in the morning and sometimes you want breakfast for dinner. At Biscuits to Burgers, you can enjoy breakfast all day long with biscuits that are made from scratch every day… and you still have plenty of options if you are in the mood for a burger or milkshake.
When you are downtown Cincinnati, there are lots of incredible dining options to choose from. If you are attending a Cincinnati Reds game or watching the Cincinnati Bengals play, you now have a great build your own taco restaurant to add to your list. I’m sharing more about why I think that it’s worth checking out. [Read more…]
When it comes to birthday fun, Liberty Center offers a variety of birthday adventures for all ages. I’m sharing ideas to help you create great memories with your friends or family.
My family LOVES amusement parks and we just happen to live close to Kings Island Amusement Park which means that we can have fun all summer long as a family. We’ve purchased the Gold Season Pass over the years to create memories together as a family. Purchasing a Gold Season Pass made us also face the decision again of whether we wanted to pay extra for the All Season Dining Plan. I’m sharing more about the dining perks so that you can determine if it’s the right option for you.
I’ve watched the Cincinnati Reds play baseball ever since I was a little kid. I have such great memories attending games with friends and family over the years. Now that I’m older, I really enjoy making memories with my boys each season.
Tucked away across the river from Cincinnati, on top of a hill that is cut by interstate 75 in Northern Kentucky, is a hidden gem of hope.
For the past few years on Good Friday, I’ve participated in the annual tradition of praying the steps at Holy Cross Immaculata in Cincinnati. This 150 year old tradition dates back to when the church was first built in 1860.