I’m not sure there’s anything better than a weekend with friends, homemade taco nights and visiting one of your favorite cold brew destinations in Brooklyn. And that’s just the start of my recent weekend adventure to NYC.
Keep reading for the who, what and where of the city girl experience I like to call N(ew).Y(ork).F(riend).W(eekend)..
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.
Keep reading for my latest epiphany and why it’s good to be scared sometimes.
One of the smartest things I’ve ever done was slow down. Granted, it wasn’t by choice but my quarter-life crisis sure came in handy and helped me sort out my priorities. It doesn’t sound all that glamorous, and it certainly wasn’t, but I definitely learned how to make it worth my while.
Keep reading for my recent twenty-something epiphanies.
Before I go any further I think I should make it perfectly clear that spring has yet to arrive in Boston. We’ve had a few days that broke sixty degrees but I have yet to put away all of my cashmere. To encourage the sun to come out and play, I’ve rounded up a few things to sip, shop, eat & get inspired by!
Keep reading for a few of my favorite spring things!
With four months to go, I can nearly say I’ve survived my quarter-life crisis. That being said, the struggle is so very real and I can personally attest that there have been quite a few instances where I have felt disappointed or overwhelmed. When people talk about the “formative years”, I’d like to think they specifically mean your twenties, a period of time where you are literally forming into the person you will ultimately become, encountering, enduring and appreciating situations all on your own without the help of anyone else.
Keep reading for survival tips to get through any day of your twenty-fifth year!
Like most holidays & major events, I will find almost any excuse to prolong the festivities. In this case, the weather has created quite a mess for Bostonians to prepare for and celebrate Valentine’s Day as planned. Because of this, the Governor has called for a week-long celebration to help small businesses that normally would benefit from the personalized products and customer service local small businesses are famous for.
Keep reading for my picks on where to visit during the first-ever Valentine’s Week in Massachusetts!