Canvas Totes for Thanksgiving Day Travel

November 12th, 2018

Whether you’d like to admit it, or not, Thanksgiving Day is next week which means one of the BUSIEST travel days of the year is among us. Now, after living in both California and Dallas for over six years; I’ve gotten pretty good at maneuvering the airport, roadways, and trains on this upcoming holiday weekend. There is something so magical about the hustle and bustle on the road this time of year, and while some might find it stressful I’m going to share one simple way to take the stress out of your airport travel day; packing light.  …

How To Style Headbands Into Your Twenties

November 8th, 2018

You may have noticed cooler temperatures creep into New England this week and the need to grab a warm jacket or wool sweater. I mean, I’m sure you’ve noticed and when the brisk holiday weather moves into town, I often find my hair to be extremely difficult. Either it’s wicked flat, due to all the static cling or just plain staticky from being fumbled each time I pull a turtleneck over my head; either way, you could say tis the season for hair accessories. So today, I’m going to share some of my go-to hair accessories along with how…

New Englander’s Guide To Glastonbury, Connecticut

November 5th, 2018

This week, I wanted to sit down with you all and share one of my favorite towns in all of Connecticut, in fact, it’s the town where I grew up and a town I try to visit quite often Glastonbury Connecticut. With the holiday season upon us, I can’t help but reminisce on past holiday seasons and the joyful times I’ve had exploring Glastonbury Connecticut. From running, errands with my Mom, or sneaking trips in to visit Matt, this little New England town is so special to me and I always try to carve time out of my…

We Purchased Our First Home & Giving Thanks

November 2nd, 2018

If you guys have been following along for the past few months then you know, Matt and I have been searching endlessly for our first home; and if you’ve missed all the home updates you can catch up with this post and this post. Together, Matt and I began our search for our first home back in May, and…with two VERY different visions of what we wanted in a home, our search differently had some highs and lows but it was all worth it in the end. All and all, today we are THRILLED to share the news…

A New Englander’s Guide to Men’s Fall Preppy Looks

October 28th, 2018

In the blink of an eye, November will be here, which means it’s time to get our minds in the giving mood. I truly enjoy giving gifts. Whether it’s hosting a giveaway on Instagram and giving back to all of you, or giving gifts to the loved ones in my life; giving is just fun. But I’m also the first to admit that finding the perfect gift can be stressful. With that being said, you all requested some guidance on how to style the men in your life, so our crew whipped up this graphic for today. Below I’m…

Exploring Good Housekeeping’s Headquarters and a Miele Event

October 24th, 2018

A few weeks ago, our crew was invited to New York for an event at the Good Housekeeping Headquarters, in Manhattan; for a night of fashion, fun and a new spin on laundry with the brand Miele. Quickly and without hesitation, we responded back to the invite with a GIANT, yes; as I’ve been obsessing over Miele’s products ever since Matt and I began looking for our first home. With that being said, New York City is always a whirlwind and with so much to do, see and capture; we felt it would be easiest to just bring you…

Dealing With The Pressure That Come With Content Creation

October 22nd, 2018

On average, I like to steer away from posts that could come off as complaining or ranting about my job or the blogging industry; because when push comes to shove I’m obsessed with this industry and my job. Not to mention I am beyond grateful to have readers like yourself, actually visiting my site and caring enough to read up on what’s going on, in my life and New England. With all that being said, this is a job and like any job, there is pressure, stress, and fear of failing; and I felt like it was about…

The Best of New England’s Scenic Fall Routes, Leaf Peeping Road Trip

October 19th, 2018

I can’t believe this week marks the middle of October, and with multiple seasonal events going on this weekend; I’m looking forward to piling into our cars and taking in the best of New England’s scenic fall routes, from now until early November. This weekend marks peak leaf peeping week for many of New England’s states, so I’m extra eager to make the most of the crisp autumn air and road trip up north. This time of year is my favorite, and I’m pretty sure it’s yours too, as this post was HIGHLY requested, so sit back, relax and…

Layering Tweed This Fall

October 15th, 2018

  This past weekend actually felt like fall in New England, as temperatures dropped to a brisk forty degrees and buses on buses of leaf peepers filled into town. It makes me smile seeing tourists and other photographers bundled up and shooting images of New England’s natural beauty, in fact, it makes me giddy. So when Sunday rolled around Matt and I decided to venture to one of my favorite towns come fall, Deerfield Massachusetts and snap some pictures before the rainstorms roll in later this week.    Initially, I woke up planning to wear jeans but with the…

Upcoming New England Fall Events, You’ll Want To Check Out

October 11th, 2018

Fall is not only the best time to visit New England, but it is also the busiest time for us local New Englanders! Between town fairs, the annual Head of Charles Regatta, cheering on the New England Patriots and ROOTING on the Boston Red Sox; weekend after weekend seems to fly by with non-stop festivities. Which got me thinking…when Matt and I first moved to Dallas , we were at a loss, come weekends, we had no idea what to do or where to go, and often found ourseleves missing out on events and fairs that we weren’t…