- We were wrapping up the process of buying our first investment property, and I covered our experience getting pre-qualified for an investment property mortgage, updated you all when we closed on our property, and shared with you our first major landlord scare when our homeowners insurance was unexpectedly cancelled!
- I explained how we installed Ikea Sektion Kitchen Cabinets in our basement as part of our renovation.
- I was in the middle of our Alaska Cruise trip report, and covered our time at Tracy Arm Fjord and our time in Juneau.
- I reviewed our flight on Cathay Pacific First Class and Business Class from JFK to Vancouver.
- I was in the middle of our posts about installing recessed lighting in our basement.
- I reviewed the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans, where we stayed during Mardi Gras.
- I explained how we were planning a group family vacation to Disney.
- I reviewed our campsite and the campground at Gifford Pinchot State Park.
- I was in the midst of a “Blast from the Past” series, covering our 2010 trip to Europe. I covered an introduction of our trip, as well as our time in Madrid, Spain.
- I reviewed our suite at the Vdara in Las Vegas, NV.
- I had a lengthy rant about health insurance and Medicare related to my dad’s health problems.
- I was covering our Russia 2014 trip report, the one where we had gone to the Sochi Olympics. I talked about watching the Women’s Halfpipe Competition and seeing the U.S. women win gold and bronze. We also covered our time watching Luge, and all about Sochi Olympic Park.
- I posted what is one of the more popular articles here on the blog, the types of travel size bottles I use for toiletries and cosmetics.
- I talked about how we try to be prepared for emergencies abroad. (Including that time that Ken fell down the steps in Spain).
- I covered in a Blast from the Past post all about our long weekend trip to Philadelphia in Part 1 and Part 2.
- I talked about how we organize small and medium parts in our house.
- I gave an overview of our XBMC setup (which is now called Kodi), and how we organize video files!