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The Mixtape // 01.05.18

Happy New Year, friends! I hope you had a great holiday and are feeling hopeful about your 2018. We had a pretty low key holiday that involved being in New York with family for Christmas and then spending a few days in D.C. to catch up with more family and friends.

As we head into the first weekend of the New Year, here are a few things worth sharing… Continue Reading

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The Most Popular Posts from 2017

As I’m taking stock of 2017, and particularly how this blog of mine has grown over the year, I’m incredibly grateful for all of you who take the time to read about my random adventures. Whether I’m trying to make sense of my role as a wife and parent, doing my best to try all the tastiest things in NYC (and afar), or looking for ways to enjoy life’s simple gifts, I so appreciate you being on the journey with me.

And I thought it might be fun to share the things you loved reading most this year–a little blog post top 10 countdown, if you will. Continue Reading

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The Mixtape // 12.22.17

Happy Friday, my friends. We’re just a few days away from Christmas, and I’m looking forward to wrapping up work for the year. I’m hoping to make the most of these last few days before welcoming 2018.

Before we jump into the weekend, here are a few things worth sharing… Continue Reading

At Home

5 Great Books I Read in 2017

What are your favorite books that you read this past year? At the beginning of 2017, I set a goal to read at least 12 books this year (one for every month), and reading more has brought a lot of joy into my life. Here are five favorites that I dug into this year… Continue Reading

Travel

7 Babymoon Destinations (Or Places To Travel in 2018)

Being the lover of travel that I am, when I first heard the term “babymoon” three years ago while I was pregnant with Jameson, it didn’t take long for me to be completely bought in to the concept. If you’re not familiar with the term, the idea is that a couple will take a final trip before becoming a family of three.

Now I’m clearly not one to believe all traveling has to stop once a baby arrives (evidenced by all the trips Jameson has made), but I do recognize that finding time to travel away from a baby as a couple is not always easy. So one final trip before the stresses of childcare and separation anxiety kick in is, to me, a wonderful idea.  Continue Reading