New England, is just really fun to capture during this time of the year.
There is something so magical about the 4th of July, and how New Englanders embrace it. Maybe it’s because it reminds me of quintessential New England moments, like driving down little town streets, covered in pebbles while taking in historic New England beach homes.
It’s officially summer, and I’m just giddy with excitement whenever I think of what summer 2017 has in store for me!
It’s going to be an awesome summer, filled with BBQ’s, picnics and lots (I mean) LOTS of berry picking. I’m actually leaving next Sunday, to New England, for fourth of July and my family’s annual golf tournament.
It’s been about a year and a half since blogging full time (wow) and I figured I’d just touch base with you all. I feel like a lot of you ladies either have a blog, want to start a blog or even just feeling, well, overwhelmed with how to start.
Last weekend was my birthday week, which I’m sure you all remember! We had a huge giveaway to celebrate all Geminis (woot-woot), while Matt & I even decided to take a last minute trip to Austin, to visit my brother.
We snapchat ‘vlogged’ the whole thing, which was a lot of fun! I’d still love your feedback on the snapchat ‘vlogs’, so…
I don’t know how it can get hotter than this past weekend, but the people in Texas tell me to prepare myself. If you follow Matt and I on Snapchat or Instagram, then you already know that we spent this past weekend exploring South Texas.
The other day I was chatting with my last intern, Logan, check out her blog here, and we were talking about how weird post-graduation can be. More specifically we were chatting about whether it’s better to look…