Articles By: Lisa A. White

Staff writer Lisa White loves wandering through the world and life without a perfectly planned path. In all pursuits—whether personal or professional—she always has more to explore, more to learn, and more to do. She practices law in Tennessee with Greg Coleman Law PC, working primarily on class action lawsuits. When major corporations refuse to “do the right thing” for consumers, plaintiff firms like GCL step in. Whether for work or for fun, when Lisa catches a flight somewhere—anywhere—she makes plans to celebrate the good, positive, beautiful, tasty, and fun of the world.

Becoming Parisian for a Week

Becoming Parisian for a Week
By staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. DURING A WEEK’S VACATION in Paris, it is impossible to “see all and do all” and still leave with your sanity intact. To avoid vacation overload, we strove to become Parisian by enjoying the local culture. We stayed in...
April 10th, 2014 | STAFF, EUROPE, COMFORT & STYLE | Read More

The Character of Paris: sewers & catacombs

The Character of Paris: sewers & catacombs
By staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. NOWHERE IS QUITE as peculiar or intriguing as underground Paris. Many people arrive via Charles de Gaulle international Airport (CDG), quite a trek from the heart of the city, then travel into the city by way of the Metro trains. But the...
March 13th, 2014 | STAFF, EUROPE, QUIRKY PLACES | Read More

The Character of Paris: love locks, gallery dogs & frog’s legs

The Character of Paris: love locks, gallery dogs & frog’s legs
By staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. PARIS IS A PLACE where it is far too easy to run yourself ragged trying to do and see everything and, in the process, you completely miss the character of the city. Dan and I decided that in order to slow down for a true vacation, we...
March 6th, 2014 | STAFF, EUROPE, Historic/Museums | Read More

Rural Irish Wandering and Music Part 2: Doolin, the Aran Islands, the Cliffs of Moher

Rural Irish Wandering and Music Part 2: Doolin, the Aran Islands, the Cliffs of Moher
By staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. AFTER A FEW DAYS on the Dingle Peninsula, Dan and I braved the highways of Ireland and headed toward Doolin, which is rumored to be a hotbed of traditional Irish music. As we often do, we waited to make reservations for accommodations...
January 31st, 2014 | VIDEOS, GUEST BLOGGERS, DINING, MUSIC | Read More

Rural Irish Wandering and Music: Part 1

Rural Irish Wandering and Music: Part 1
By guest blogger Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. WE ARRIVED AT Shannon Airport, knowing that we were not going to even try to see “everything” Ireland has to offer. Our top priorities included seeing the countryside and hearing some traditional Irish music. After that, cheese,...
November 24th, 2013 | GUEST BLOGGERS, Scenic Wonders | Read More

Brussels and the Art Nouveau Tour Map

Brussels and the Art Nouveau Tour Map
By guest blogger Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. I HAVE TO ADMIT that I am both an avid traveler as well as a two-faced traveler: I want to travel everywhere BUT I have certain locations that I love to repeat. I work on both goals regularly, depending on time and circumstance. Brussels,...
September 22nd, 2013 | GUEST BLOGGERS, EUROPE, Historic/Museums | Read More