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  • 24 Hours in Austin, TX for a Wedding

    Last weekend, Kale and I went to Austin, TX for a wedding. We had an amazing time, and enjoyed our short trip! We arrived with an hour to get ready and jump on the shuttle to the ceremony, so there wasn’t much time to explore beforehand. Once we were on the bus we were shuttled about ten minutes to Pecan Springs Ranch. This venue was gorgeous and perfect for an outdoor country wedding. There was a cute little house for the bride and her bridesmaids to get ready, an adorable area for the ceremony in front of an outdoor fireplace, and an entire open yard lit up with gorgeous string lights! There was an adorable photo-area in front of the “Love Shack” with the lit up LOVE sign, and outdoor seating for the perfect Austin, TX night we had! They also had the yard equipped with corn hole and giant Jenga so we could watch the sunset and play games before going in to dance the night away!

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  • Running in Heels, Austin City Limiits, ACL Weekend, Festival Style

    ACL and Austin for the Weekend

    If you’ve been following along on Instagram or Snapchat (@kasey_lynn18), you know that I was in Austin this past weekend with my boyfriend! We had the most amazing time, from going out to ACL, to Lake Travis! We drove up on Friday and went to a really great dinner at Carmelo’s. After dinner, I experienced 6th street for the first time, which I have been so excited to do! We went to Coyote Ugly and a few other bars, it was such a crazy place! They shut down the entire street, I didn’t even recognize it when we stopped back in the morning for donuts!

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  • Vacation Essentials with Macy’s Backstage

    It’s about that time of year when I normally would be packing for our family vacation. Since graduation college, all of our schedules have been different and we actually took a trip to Disney in December, rather than our traditional Summer getaway. I LOVED  that trip. but guys, it’s been too long! I am so ready for a trip, and even though I’m not going anywhere until October (Hellooooo ACL!) I thought I could live vicariously through you all on your trips. So, I went to Macy’s new outlet store, Macy’s Backstage, to see the new store, and walked out wishing I had a trip planned!

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  • Snow in St. Paul

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    Hi everyone! This past weekend I went to visit my best friend in St. Paul Minnesota. It was a super quick trip, but any time together is better than none at all! It was a balmy 30 degrees which was like spring for Minnesota and I got to see real snow for the first time in a couple of years!

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  • The Happiest Place on Earth

    I'm so happy to finally share my Disney trip with you! My family decided to do the holidays differently this year. I was luckily able to get the time off from work to meet my family in Orlando for us to see Disney world at Christmas. It was magical to say the least, granted we are definitely Disney people.

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  • Hanging with the ‘Zonans

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    I have travelled all over the world, but until I moved to Dallas, the farthest west I had ever been in the US was Chicago. A few weeks ago I took a trip to Phoenix with a girl friend. Phoenix? In the middle of July?! (Said everyone.) It was unlike anything I had ever seen before. There were cacti in the medians on the road, and driving down the highway there’s mountains in every direction. It was beautiful, especially when we decided to go hiking. Stopping only for a water break and take a few scenery snaps, our couple-mile hike was great. Of course I had to snap a photo with my Lokai bracelet… how could I not? I absolutely love what it stands for, and hiking up a mountain it couldn’t have been more relevant. “Stay humble, stay hopeful.” At this point in my life, I love having that reminder on my wrist every day.

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