And so ends another great week in 2016; another getaway, another nap curled up on the couch, another lunch comprised of leftovers from brunch and another week where I wore a sweater to work backwards by accident. I love 2016 already. Everything about its sleep-in-late-and-watch-The-Hangover-3-while-your-boyfriend-makes-breakfast kind of mood has been good for my soul. It’s been a long time coming but I think that 2016 is going to be quite the year.
Keep reading for some of the new things I’ve experienced so far.
Being a city girl means lots of brunches, exploring the world and barely managing a work-life balance. For Elliot Roux, the main character in Stephanie Blackburn’s new novel Kissing Frogs, her city girl experience is no different. Except maybe a little bit.
Keep reading for a sneak peek of this story & how you can win a copy of your own!
When I think about it, I guess I prefer to be an early riser over a night owl. Waking up knowing I have plenty of time for the inevitable adventures ahead is the best feeling in the world. An even better feeling? Knowing I’ve started my day with a great meal to give me the energy I need to take advantage of all there is that makes being a city girl so much fun.
Keep reading to hear more about my favorite places to brunch (& break-fast)!
If you have F.O.M.O. or you just get too swept up in the day-to-day, finding new and exciting things to do in the city can be a project in itself. One of the best things about Boston is that there is always something going on. From brunching over French toast and mimosa’s at Green Brian Restaurant & Pub to creating your own Happy Hour at Sunset Grill & Tap, there’s something to do from the North End to Roxbury.
Here are some city girl-approved events I’ve rounded up in case you’re looking for something new to do: