Holidays with Divorced Parents


Navigating the holidays can be difficult for anyone... but when divorced parents are involved things can get sticky. The question of how to handle this already tricky time with divorced parents keeps coming to me on Snapchat and email, but I thought it warranted a full post. My parents have been divorced for over 10 (...)

Fewer Better Things


As I get older, and fall more and more in love with Marie Kondo's method of de-cluttering by only keeping things that truly spark joy in your life, the more I appreciate the concept of owning fewer, better things. Quality-made pieces that will last decades, if not a lifetime. I did one big Kondo-style clean-out (...)

This month’s wellness tip:

Have 5 free minutes? Complete 10 sun salutations. This always makes me fell 100% better physically and emotionally in very little time!

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The Gift That Keeps Giving


Giveaway closed! I hope you had a good weekend. Anel and I finally got our tree up, and it makes me happier than I can even put into words. There's something about sitting next to sparkly lights with a cup of hot cocoa, listening to Christmas music with my husband and puppy that makes me (...)

Life Lately


I feel like I've been so busy for the past few weeks that I haven't been as active on social media. I thought I'd give you a little update on what I'm loving right now as we head into what's supposed to be a beautiful weekend here in Connecticut!

Travel Bag: I got a ton (...)


“Cambiare tutto perché niente cambi. (If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change.)”

Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

Gift Guide: Homebody


This is probably my favorite gift guide yet. As a major homebody, I appreciate the importance of "comfiness" above all else. I work from home, live at home (duh), and like to spend my free time at home like a true Cancer (my birthday is July 9th).

I pretty much live in my Patagonia fleeces (...)