Wandering Around Bishop Arts District


Hello everyone! This December, for me, is all about getting cultured. Now that we've moved to an entirely state, city, and completely different climate...it's time to explore! I'm so eager to see more of Texas. I truly love that Texas is so diverse, and full of goodness all around. I can't wait to see more of the south/west coast, but for now Texas will just have to do. I must admit, I've met so many people from California that recently moved to Texas, just because it's that much cheaper, but still nice and warm. My best friend grew up in California and she still loves Texas, just because it's so much more affordable. I'm glad I get the best of both worlds, while being smack dab in the middle of all the action. I will say, I am starting to get used to Texas. At first I was super overwhelmed living in one of the biggest cities in the world. It was unfamiliar, and kind of scary to be so far from home. I'm learning to love Dallas, it just has so much to offer. I can't wait to see more of this big state. But for now, I'm still wandering close to home. 

The other day I was on Pinterest...for those of you that don't know, I'm a little obsessed. I'm ALWAYS pinning. Whether it's workouts, fashion, beauty hacks, you can find just about anything and everything on my Pinterest boards. I have a board dedicated to all things "Texas" which is where I found a cute area close to home that I just had to explore. When I saw pictures of the Bishop Arts District, I knew I had to go. It reminded me so much of the Old Port, in Portland, Maine. It's a place filled with cute, quirky boutiques, coffee shops, unique bars, and a ton of street art. Dustin and I had so much fun walking around, peeking into various shops, and munching on a few street eats. I feel like I didn't get to see nearly as much as I wanted to, but I'll definitely head back soon. Here are a few pictures from our visit to Bishop Arts District. 

 

Bishop Arts District

 

 


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