Sober in Vegas: Historical Vegas Mocktail collaboration with Culinary Historian & Author Sarah Lohman

Before I moved back home to Vegas from Chicago we used to come back once a year, usually around Easter for a week.   I looked forward to that week of warm sunshine for months, cursing the chilly midwest short dark days. When we touched down in Vegas, it was a family tradition to head over … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Historical Vegas Mocktail collaboration with Culinary Historian & Author Sarah Lohman

Sober in Vegas: Saying No…So I Can Say Yes

Lately my feelings have been all over the place. Change in weather, getting ready for the holidays, getting ready for our daughter's first birthday. Reflecting on the past few months of so many things going on--the art show, events, travel, family obligations, work obligations. And I've been taking an emotional and spiritual temperature check. One … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Saying No…So I Can Say Yes

Sober in Vegas: Sober Mamas talk on The Compass Podcast

Recently I had something special happen--I got to record thoughts on being sober and becoming a mother with one of my oldest friends. My friend Leah hosts The Compass Podcast, a show dedicated to talking with creatives about navigating the waters between art and commerce, and what they do when they feel themselves going to the … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Sober Mamas talk on The Compass Podcast

Sober in Vegas: Bristlecone Pine Loop & Hiking with a baby

Fall is here! Fall is here! And it lasts about 4 weeks in Vegas...sometimes less. So you're maybe wondering how do I get out there and enjoy autumn in Vegas? Look no further than the Bristlecone Pine Loop! This trail offers scenic views, changing colors of the leaves, and varied terrain. About an hour outside … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Bristlecone Pine Loop & Hiking with a baby

Sober in Vegas: Sober-Friendly Strip Tips #11, What and Where to Drink When You’re Not Drinking

Hey All! I've been working to compile a list of refreshing non-alcoholic beverages along The Strip, including grab-n-go, casual dining, and upscale restaurants. People reach out to me from all walks of life asking about visiting Vegas when they're not drinking. Sometimes they're sober, but sometimes they're not. Sometimes they just don't want to drink … Continue reading Sober in Vegas: Sober-Friendly Strip Tips #11, What and Where to Drink When You’re Not Drinking