Reading List: Summer 2015

While my beach days have been basically nonexistent this summer, I haven’t let that stop me from flipping a few pages on my commute. I try to always have a book going in case of emergency (slash no free wi-fi) because there’s nothing better than getting lost in a good story (and I don’t mean Snapchat).

Free travel miles (at your local bookstore). (Photo credit.)
Free travel miles (at your local bookstore). (Photo credit.)

Keep reading for my favorite hard copies you should get your hands on.

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The Shoe Edit | Fall 2015

For the most part, I feel pretty prepared, sartorially speaking, for the upcoming transformation from sandals to sherpa-lined boots. (Okay, perhaps that’s a little eager but you know what I mean.) Soon we’re going to be pulling out our sweaters, and that means it’s also time to step up our seasonal footwear game.

Forget sweater weather. It's bootie season! (Photo credit.)
Forget sweater weather. It’s bootie season! (Photo credit.)

Keep reading for my favorite shoesΒ of the season!

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summer things.

I’ve had plenty of adventures as a twenty-six year old. Lunch breaks with friends, date nights on the water and dessert stops in the North End have been rounding out this summer as one of the best to date. While the new experiences have been amazing, the company has been even better.

Some days are just made for lobster bisque at Mooo.
Some days are just made for lobster bisque at Mooo.

Keep reading for the who, what & where of my favorite season of the best year yet.

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How To: Free Fall

It’s a long day living in Reseda…is something I would say if I was Tom Petty or John Mayer. Instead, I’m just me, living in and out of the city, loving my mama and America too. But I’ve also experienced a bit of guilt lately from thinking about things left behind, the broken hearts that followed and a dream that got me thinking about thinking less and doing more.

If you're too scared to jump, you're going to miss all the fun that exists on the way. (Photo credit.)
If you’re too scared to jump, you’re going to miss all the fun that exists on the way. (Photo credit.)

Keep reading for my latest epiphany and why it’s good to be scared sometimes.

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26 Things No One Tells You About Turning 26

This has been a big week. On Tuesday I officially turned 26 and have celebrated in almost every way I can think of. From kicking off the festivities in NYC last weekend with my best friend to enjoying a Carvel ice cream cake at home with my family, 26 is off to an amazing start.

You know this is my cake because there's a smudge where I had to sample the frosting.
You know this is my cake because there’s a smudge where I had to sample the frosting.

Keep reading for a few things I have figured out so far about my new favorite age!

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NYC x BOS

If you caught my last post, you know I spent the holiday weekend with my best friend from college in NYC. Per usual, our adventures were the greatest; from Carnegie Hall to Hell’s Kitchen.

See you soon, pretty city!
See you soon, pretty city!

Keep reading for more on what I did this weekendΒ & the top spots you have to visit the next time you’re in “Gotham”.

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welcome to new york.

After a hiatus from the aspiring jet-setter I used to be, I’m currently on my way to The Big Apple to visit my best friend for the holiday weekend.This weekend will be my last as a twenty-five year old so in a way, I guess I’m also celebrating the goodbye party for my quarter-life crisis. (Good riddance!)

“…it’s been waiting for you.” (Photo credit.)

Keep reading for what I packed (into one L.L. Bean tote, aren’t you impressed?!) to celebrate America’s birthday!

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