As so many of you have done, I've tried to be intentional with my time during quarantine. One thing I've focused on during this time is getting back in touch with a few things I used to love but don't do anymore.
I am so thrilled to announce that my longtime boyfriend, Drew, asked me to marry him on New Year's Eve while we were in Colorado with my family for the holidays.
This summer, socially distanced picnics have been my main avenue for meeting new friends in Seattle. And when I'm trying to make a good impression, I always bring a few homemade foods to any outdoor social event. Enter my foolproof pasta salad.
While there are so many incredible places to choose from, I thought I'd compile my favorite restaurants in Washington, DC.
As you can tell from the title of this post, I'm so excited to announce that my boyfriend Drew and I are moving to Seattle, Washington in a few short weeks. Moving in the midst of the national health emergency caused by the coronavirus pandemic has been nothing short of interesting. In this post, I'm [...]
Throughout my time in DC I've tried out plenty of spots for brunch. - so I've done it. I finally compiled all of my well-curated wisdom into one list. Here are a few of the best bottomless brunches Washington, DC has to offer.
I have always loved writing New Year's resolutions and I look back and cross off my goals throughout the year. When writing out my plan, I always divide my yearly goal setting into four main components:
Winter Park, Colorado holds my favorite childhood memories from growing up in Colorado. We spend most of our holidays there and Christmas in the Rocky Mountains is never short of magical.
I've compiled some of my favorite finds this year - hopefully these lists can help you find that perfect gift for everyone on your list!
I spent most of my summers and plenty of holidays in Benton while growing up and it holds a special place in my heart. Though I don't get back as much as I'd like to, it's so refreshing to spend time in a small town.