Sometimes navigating a new place can be incredibly confusing. From frustrating highway naming systems (numbers AND letters?) and roads that aren’t straight to the dreaded one-way streets, navigating in a new place can be a challenge.
Phoenix, Arizona is mostly known for its hot and dry summers. But the weather that keeps everyone coming back is every other season of the year: beautiful fall weather that allows everyone to get back outside, gorgeous crisp winter days, and bright, sunny spring temperatures (as well as spring training!)
When locating to any new area, one of the most important factors for families of school-aged children and teenagers is available education options. Which schools are the highest rated in education? Will this school be a good fit for my child and their learning needs? What is the ratio of students to teachers?
You may have heard that Phoenix is in the desert, and assumed it was surrounded by miles and miles of wasteland with nothing out there. Fortunately, this couldn’t be further from the truth! Not only is there plenty to do within the metro Phoenix area, but within a few hour drive, you can do pretty much anything your heart desires.
With nearly 20 shopping centers sprinkled throughout the city, it’s no secret that Gilbert is a major shopping hub in the valley. Each shopping center has stores, restaurants, and events that make it unique. Whether you are shopping for a holiday, birthday, or just for fun, Gilbert is sure to exceed your expectations.
If you’ve been in Arizona for any time at all, you may have heard of the desert phenomenon called dust-storms, or ‘haboobs.’
In Arizona, the place to be for brunch is in the heart of Scottsdale. While Scottsdale is full of many amazing brunch restaurants, here are just three of them.
Boba tea is one of the most popular Asian desserts, and the best places to get it are located in Mesa.