A Month to Remember: February 2021

Despite how short it actually is- February is one of those months that just feels like it takes an eternity to get through- especially here in Massachusetts. As expected, this was the month that Winter was determined to have one last “hurrah!” at our expense and made it a point to drop as much heavy, […]

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OOTD: My Funny Valentine…

This Valentine’s Day is going to be considerably changed than ones I think many of us have experienced in years past. Obviously, date nights out at restaurants/bars, movie theaters or venues and clubs are going to look a lot different- if they can even happen at all- depending on COVID-19 guidelines and protocols. I’m content […]

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Sweets For Sweethearts: No-Bake, Gluten-Free Rose Petal Brownies

I had known that I wanted to whip up a Valentine’s Day-inspired dessert this week, even though the holiday isn’t for another few days and even though I will be spending it on my own in the midst of an ongoing global health crisis- but that will never stop me from indulging in a little […]

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A Month to Remember: February 2020

It’s not very often I experience a month that is bookmarked by heartbreak and/or tragedy, but here we are. While not every day can be a picture of perfection- and every month any of us have ever made it through has had it’s fair share of bad days- February 2020 felt like it dragged on […]

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OOTD: Lady in Red

As tempting as it was to go out, treat myself and splurge on something brand new to wear for Valentine’s Day (I was absolutely smitten with a heart-printed sweater from New York & Company I had spotted a few weeks ago- but they ultimately sold out of it before I had the chance to snatch […]

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Chocolate and Carbs: The Solo, Self-Care Valentine’s Day…

I know Valentine’s Day is a fairly divisive holiday that gets a mixed reaction depending on who you ask about it. Some people love it- making grandeur plans, wearing a lot of red or pink, decorating everything with heart-shaped-what-have-you, the works- and other people absolutely hate it. Often calling it a “Hallmark Holiday” used to […]

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