The Frappécito: A Whipped Coffee Recipe Inspired by FLO

Both the Frappé and Cafecito have similar elements of being strong coffee with a touch of sweetness. I really wanted to create a beverage that payed homage to both Tarpon Springs and Miami, two Florida cities that have had an immense impact on my life and my love for coffee. For a Flohemian spin, I used Coconut Stevia Sweet Drops in my recipe.

Rosemary Roundup with Tommy Bahama

To me, clothing is one of the many vehicles to an adventure. Have you ever picked up a piece in your closet and it jogs a memory of a vacation where you wore it? If you’re like me, you have a closet full of memories. This is one of the reasons why I do not […]

Staycation at Crane’s Beach House, Delray

I had the pleasure of being hosted at Crane’s Beach House for a staycation that offered a full-on latitude adjustment. The property is located in Delray Beach, however Crane’s Beach House feels like a slice of the Keys got squeezed into Palm Beach County. This boutique hotel is tucked away just a block off of […]

Islamorada The Flohemian Way

It is known as the “Sportfishing Capital of the World,” but if heading out to sea is not your forte, this Keys community is my favorite for its beachy, Bohemian art scene. You do not need to have a seafaring schedule to enjoy the islands and its namesake purple sunset skies. I rounded up 3 free roadside destinations for you to explore Islamorada the Flohemian Way.

FLOvid19: Save Our Suds!

ur Florida breweries need some love right now and we need to drink up. COVID19 has hit FL’s craft brewing industry hard and around 90% of FL Breweries have been closed more days in 2020 than they have been open for business. Per a poll conducted by the Florida Brewer’s Guild, it is anticipated that if the shutdown persists for longer than 2 weeks, more that 100 breweries will have their taps run dry forever.

Miami Beach: Always a Circus

Did you know the original mascot of Miami Beach was an Elephant? The story starts on Collins Avenue, this little stretch of A1A was purchased in the 1880s by John Collins of NJ with big plans of a coconut plantation. When that failed, Collins’ sons gave him the idea to make lots for lovely Miami Beach winter homes. Collins liked the idea, but the mangroves, noseeums and the occasional venomous snakes were daunting. He recruited some unique help, namely Carl Fischer (as in Fischer Island) who suggested using elephants to aid in bulldozing the salty swamp of the Venetian Islands.

A Walkthrough STA History, No Admission Required

In my final phase of quarantine, I escaped to St. Augustine. I spent 43 days cooped up in my West Palm Beach home, with cabin fever slowly taking over my persona. I transitioned from “Stay Home” to STA FLA, and my spirits are elevated now that I am back to exploring Florida. There is an […]

FLOvid19: Florida Series to Binge During Lockdown

We have two weeks left for the Florida Coronavirus Stay Home Order and your Netflix queue may be running low. If you are staring longingly out your window, still mourning that beaches are closed all spring, you certainly are not alone. In an effort to bring sunshine to your living room, I have scoured the […]

FLOvid19- A Complete Florida Foodie Take-Out Guide

To Quickly Access Take-Out Guides, Click the Button for your Region We have almost made it through the second week of Isolation Vacation. If you have not given away your children or cut your own bangs then you’re doing great, sweetie. The first week was actually pretty glorious being forced to work from home. I […]

The Ultimate Guide to the Glades

Out of all the Florida Travel Tips I have shared, my Everglades trip has been the most repeated by my FLomad community. Over the course of a few trips, I have tested these best spots and things to do in The Everglades. You will never forget your time in The Glades, this river of grass […]