A few days in sunny Florida has me feeling rested and relaxed...
Apart from the food, shopping and relaxing, Eliza spent some time enjoying the view from the rooftop of her building.
I love the feeling of being in a place that makes you feel so special. I love being in a place that has little details that make for a terrific "ooh-ahh" moment.
For this week's post, I figured I would do a round up of the pictures I took (all on my iPhone 6S) to share some of the moments I had!
Saying farewell to 2015 and welcoming 2016 with open arms tonight! It has been quite the whirlwind of a year, jam packed with amazing memories and accomplishments.
As I have returned from the big and exciting city of NYC, I can't help but feel almost jet lagged... minus the time difference.
To get you all excited for Autumn, here is a first look at the Fall Lookbook for Ku De Ta, a local Boston boutique. My sister Molly and I teamed up with the store and had a ball pairing ensembles for that "back to school" look!
The world is actually pretty busy on a Sunday morning. Especially in a place like Starbucks!
t feels like I never left, but I guess that's what home should feel like!
The day I was traveling to return to Boston was one of the longest days of my life. I finally touched down on the runway and there was a huge tidal wave of joy that washed over me.
This is it... my whirlwind semester in Florence, Italy is coming to a close and I am jet setting back home to Boston in two days. There is so much I will miss about this place I have learned to call a home, Firenze.
Just when you are least expecting it, the unexpected happens. Isn't it funny how life always figures out a way to give us just what we need? Brainstorming, crafting, styling, writing, editing and 100 posts later, my smile is as big as it gets.
Meet one of my closest friends, Eliza.
I have found one of my favorites right here in Florence.
The sun will come out tomorrow, patience is a virtue and kindness is free.
I have found the fountain of youth... and boy, is it grand.
Lucky I'm in love… with Florence, Italy.
I found a new online obsession... and it’s healthy!
Tonight I was in an Uber heading home and I had such a thought provoking conversation with the driver.
I took on too much. In the swing of things, I felt strong and powerful that I had so much going on. I think it was intoxicating to have so much at my fingertips and I was a little greedy with those opportunities...
Since starting my blog four years ago, I have met some pretty incredible people. Often, I get a lot of questions on networking and how to spark up a connection in a potentially unfamiliar setting. I thought I might lend my two cents in this regard.
I keep hearing other women talk about themselves and truthfully...
For the women out there that need to go shopping in their own closet for a little while, I feel you! Below are 5 must haves for this season that I will definitely be wearing on repeat.
However, we must have HOPE. Having hope in ourselves is the only way to keep going...
I love that everyday I wake up, I get to play dress up with my style. Recently, I have been taking risks...
I do want to repeat something I know I have said to you all before: Life isn't going to ask before it throws something at you.
2017, I am ready for you! However, I can't help but look back on the past year and feel so grateful for the struggles, the accomplishments and the moments of bliss!
I have loved the trend of the t-shirt layered with the lace camisole over it for this season. I took notes from
I believe that there will soon be a day that we can coexist in peace and that these days of hatred, bitterness and judgement will be long behind us. I am making it my mission to do my part...
I have often struggled where something didn't go as planned or as I would have hoped. However, instead of letting those struggles get the best of me...
This week, Vogue published an insulting article with quotes from a couple of Vogue editors bashing fashion bloggers. In an attempt to call bloggers out for what they do for a living and "real" fashion, the editors made fools of themselves.
We must keep moving FORWARD, we must keep pushing for TRUTH.
I am praying for peace in this world.
This past week, Mr. Bill Cunningham, fashion photographer for the New York Times, passed away. I never had the chance to meet Bill, but even still, he has impacted my life immensely.
Some things just take a little patience and a touch of grace....