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If you’re interested in traveling to Nashville, and looking for fun things to do, this post is for you. Nashville *aka Music City* *aka NashVegas*  is one of the fastest growing cities in the US, with 80-100 people moving there each day. (Not to mention one of the top destinations for Bachelor and Bachelorette parties…)  I love the city for its Southern charm, friendly people, community of creatives and artists, unique neighborhoods, and a kind of nightlife many other cities do not offer. As far as the music scene, Nashville was primarily known for country music for many years, however the scene has shifted to other genres such as alternative and indie music, among others.

I honestly wish I had the ability to travel more. I love the sense of shifted perspective travel creates, meeting new people, trying new foods, and observing fashion trends in different cities. Travel creates an awareness of the world, including insights on culture, other beliefs, and ways of life.

I’ve noticed that the more I travel, I’ve developed an interesting dichotomy of insights. Particularly during my travels within different regions of the US, I’ve noticed that there is a particular “type” of person you meet in a certain city. While there are so many different kinds of people in Nashville, it is an eclectic city with many creatives (and dare I say it- hipsters come with the territory… )

A Collection of Nashville Favorites

Juice Bars

Franklin Juice Company ,   Juice Bar

Coffee Shops

Crema, Barista Parlor, Ugly Mugs, Frothy Monkey


Hillsborough Village: The Impeccable Pig, DressUP, Pangea

East Nashville: Local Honey, Upper East Side Nashville

The Gulch: Blush Boutiques, e.Allen Boutique

Neighborhoods to Walk Around

East Nashville, Hillsborough Village, 12th South, The Gulch

Gems With Character

Bar Luca (East Nashville), The Treehouse (East Nashville), Jeni’s Ice Cream

Inspirational Thoughts of the Week

“Not all those who wander are lost.” – J.R.R Tolkien

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Augustine of Hippo

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