Issaquah is beautiful. If you’ve never walked down Front Street and soaked in the nostalgic surroundings of Olde Town, then … Continue Reading Shopping in Downtown Issaquah: Walking Around Olde Town
It’s Summer – well, almost – and what better way to enjoy the weather than to see explore animals from … Continue Reading 5 Washington Zoos & Aquariums to Visit This Summer
Built as an accumulation of communities, each neighborhood in Seattle offers its own brand of home. Here at LiveOnGuides.com, we’ve built out each area of neighborhood to help you decide where might best suit your personal preferences.
If you’re looking to sunbath on Washington’s beaches, wade through nature’s tidepools, or fly your kite in the windy ocean air, Washington many shores have a little something different to offer.
Have you tried this new steakhouse in Bellevue? Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi Opens in Bellevue and It’s Already a Hit.
The sun is out – and so are we! And when we’re trying to stay cool in the sun, ice … Continue Reading Have You Tried Any of These Seattle Ice Cream Parlors?
The Pacific Northwest is a great place to take a vacation – for locals and visitors alike. We’re lush and … Continue Reading Amazing Mountain Lakes in Washington State
Seattle Area Blog featuring… a love of local frozen yogurt
Being near the ocean and along the Puget Sound, Seattle has a unique array of seafood eats – regardless of if you’re looking for casual or ultra-formal.
Sometimes, we just need a relaxing day out of the house and window shopping (or actual shopping) at the mall … Continue Reading Relaxing Bellevue Day Spas
Water activities go hand-in-hand with the Pacific Northwest and summer. Our temperature is a slow climb this year, but that might be for the better – sometimes things get a little chaotic when the summer comes too early.
Last week we talked difference neighborhoods in Seattle. This week, we’re going to tackle some of the best things to do when you’re new or visiting the Seattle area.
Mercer Island Schools & School District Recognized in King County’s "Green Schools Program" for Continued Conservation Efforts
Mercer Island Blog, featuring…
The Puget Sound Regions offers a ton of natural beauty – and a bunch of State Parks are within a short drive from home.
Now that summer is officially here, we’ll need to start packing our calendar with days of endless summer fun – and we’ve got a full week planned ahead!
If you’re looking to save a little cash, here are some things you can do to ensure you’re staying on top of your home maintenance!
Fireworks Safety: The 4th of July is right around the corner but that isn’t the only summer holiday where fireworks are used – and even one holiday is enough to warrant a safety list!
The weather has been a bit spotty and overcast but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy cool treats – and if you’re tired of our ice cream posts, we’ve got gelato coming at you this week!
Windermere’s Annual Community Service Day is almost here – it’s coming fast on Friday, June 8th, 2018!
We’re piggy-backing on our post from a couple weeks back that went over the Eastside Farmer’s Markets that are opening soon, except this week we’ll share some of South King County’s Markets!
Historically called “chophouses,” the modern-day steakhouse started in London in the 1690s and strictly served individual portions of meat; and … Continue Reading The Seattle Area’s Top 7 Steakhouses: Carnivores Will Love This!
The Mercer Island Farmer’s Market is set to open June 3rd and we hope to see you there!
Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood is located in north central Seattle, approximately four miles from the downtown core. Known for its suburban … Continue Reading 12 Top Restaurants in Seattle’s Wallingford Neighborhood!
Another Successful City of Mercer Island Spring Recyling Event + the Windermere Mercer Island Annual Recycling & Shredding Event on May 19th