Liz Mays

Member Since:
Aug 2016

Liz, a Midwest girl gone southern, is the editor of Eat Move Make where she blogs alongside her daughter. Before founding Eat Move Make, Liz studied travel and tourism and worked as a travel agent, and her passion for travel has only grown since then. Today she travels the U.S., uncovering its hidden gems and shares all the best quirky must-sees, soft adventure experiences, historical attractions, and local culture and foodie hotspots on her blog and to her 200,000 social media followers. Liz is an active member of SATW, NATJA and IFWTWA. 

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Published Articles (15)

The Wortley Hotel – Lincoln, New Mexico’s Wild West B&B Escape


Lucky guests of the historic Wortley Hotel in Lincoln, New Mexico will find themselves in the center of a Wild West time capsule.

Festival of the Bluegrass in Lexington, Kentucky


Festival of the Bluegrass, Lexington, Kentucky’s annual bluegrass festival has homegrown charm, a family vibe and the best bluegrass artists pickin’ and grinnin’ today.

Take a Bite of Kansas City! (10 Must-Taste KCK Experiences)


Round-up of unique culinary experiences in Kansas City, Kansas

The Darkest Skies East of the Mississippi Will Take Your Breath Away


What to expect when seeing the IDSP (International Dark Skies Park) certified dark skies at Cherry Springs State Park in Coudersport, PA.

Music Through the Decades in Branson


If you’re trying to decide which Branson shows to see, here’s advice for narrowing them down along with 3 show recommendations totally worth the ticket price!

Off to the Races at Shenandoah Downs


Shenandoah Downs – Cheers rise from the grandstand as the thundering hooves of standardbred horses pulling cart and driver race around the half-mile dirt track in Woodstock, Virginia.Harness racing is […]

Shenandoah Caverns (with the Quirkiest Show Cave Attractions in Virginia)


Shenandoah Caverns – the show cave itself is the headliner, but the quirky and kooky satellite attractions included with your admission may be what you remember most!

Exploring Shenandoah County Virginia


Shenandoah County Virginia just begs to be visited. Here are ways to explore the area and 10+ unique places you simply can’t miss.

Mandalay Bay Entertainment – 5 Distinctive Experiences In One Resort


Mandalay Bay entertainment options are many! Here are 5 distinctive experiences within one resort. Whether in the mood to get hot, cool off, relax or see a show, it’s all […]

Get Outdoors in Frederick County, Maryland!


Outdoor activities in Frederick County, Maryland. Lots of places to hike, bike, swim, paddle, walk or just park and relax in the area. Explore greater Frederick County and get outdoors!

Hip and Historic Things to Do in Downtown Frederick, Maryland


Things to do in downtown Frederick, Maryland! The clustered spires, architecture, mansions and vintage homes are perfect for photography, the restaurants are a foodie haven and the outdoor activities are […]

Spend a Day at the Top of Virginia


Top of Virginia Artisan Trail – There’s no better way to get a taste of local flavor as you experience scenic landscapes, artisan studios and farms, eclectic shops, historical sites, […]

Why Wichita Kansas Needs To Be On Your Travel Bucket List


Wichita needs to be on everyone’s travel bucket list, and here are just a few of the reasons why.

Things to Do in Wichita Kansas – The Old West


Explore things to do in Wichita, KS that give a taste of the Old West.

The Ivey’s Charlotte – A Luxury Boutique Hotel Straight Out of Your Dreams


Charlotte has a new luxury boutique hotel you have to see to believe– it’s straight out of a dream!