Searching For Spring…

It’s been a while since I’ve ventured out onto the Mohawk Trail and The Berkshires- months, really- which is actually a bit crazy because it’s one of the most beautiful and peaceful parts of Massachusetts. My previous schedule made it a little difficult to find the time or occasion- but now that I’m spending pretty […]

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OOTD: Quarantine Joggers

As much as I would have loved to share a Spring-inspired outfit today- maybe one of my floral-print jumpsuits or a pastel-hued blouse- I gotta’ keep it real and acknowledge that under current circumstances, I really haven’t had the opportunity to dress up the way I could a few weeks ago before coronavirus and quarantines […]

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A Month to Remember: March 2020

Well, it’s been quite a wild few weeks, hasn’t it? First and foremost- I hope you’re all healthy, safe, and getting through this strange and stressful time to the best of your abilities. I know it hasn’t been easy for anyone- and all we can do is take it day by day and hope for […]

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A Few of My Favorite Things: March 2020

In a month that has been filled with stress, uncertainty, and long periods of confinement/quarantine in my apartment in an earnest effort to “flatten the curve”- to compile a list of my favorite things was, admittedly, a little tricky. Certainly the news didn’t make the cut- and neither did social media (and all the misinformation […]

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Dainty Desserts: Chocolate Raspberry Fool

If there was any silver lining at all for me to find in the ongoing quarantine happening around Massachusetts right now- it’s that I’ve been able to cook and bake a little more often using ingredients I may have otherwise overlooked in my kitchen since I’m spending a considerable amount of time in my apartment. […]

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Local Loves: Nichewaug Inn

Petersham, Massachusetts is one of those small, “blink and you’ll miss it” towns here in New England you may not even realize you’re driving past or through on your way to/from another place. With a relatively small population and comprised of mostly forests and reservations- it’s an easy place to miss on a map. And […]

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Like a Boss

Although I’ve never experienced a global pandemic before, I think it goes without saying that in times like these- with social distancing, mandated quarantines and lockdowns- a lot of small businesses take a significant financial hit. Restaurants and bars, family-owned shops, salons and spas- nearly all of them have had to close their doors as […]

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The Great Outdoors…

In these times of uncertainty, and where the news and the rules/regulations being enforced to try and slow the spread of coronavirus are changing daily if not hourly- I’ve been trying to spend as much time outdoors as I can- away from the television and social media- if only for a little while. It’s one […]

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