September 29, 2019
Great greenways. Southern food. Some of the best pizza places around. There are more reasons I love Knoxville than I can share on one little blog, but here are eight major reasons that people love to call Knoxville home. Affordable Cost of Living The largest factor in a place’s cost of living is housing. And in Kno
I went vegan in July 2017, and eating out has been the most challenging aspect of my vegan lifestyle. Making time-efficient and delicious vegan recipes at home is easy. When friends want to go out to lunch or dinner at their favorite restaurants though, it’s hard to eat vegan. It’s possible to customize dishes a
The beautiful Tennessee River begins in East Knoxville and lazily wanders on through the city of Knoxville. It’s a gorgeous spot for many Saturday football tailgaters, the perfect view for dining at Calhoun’s and a quiet, pleasant spot for morning runs. But you can enjoy many other activities along the river throug
When I moved to Knoxville in May 2016, I was taken aback at how much there was to do in East Tennessee! People in Knoxville love the outdoors and cherish new adventures with their friends and family. But if your family doesn’t want to hike or go to tourist-heavy areas such as Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mount
Before I moved to Knoxville, I’d only heard stories of regret about Gatlinburg from friends in sororities. But exploring Gatlinburg myself and enjoying a family Christmas in the town refreshed my perspective. So here are my tips for Knoxville newbies on how to enjoy and explore the famous city of Gatlinburg. Tips for
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