Not gonna lie, I spend a lot of time on the Internet. Some of that is due to my job, some of that is a side effect of blogging, but if I’m being honest, I primarily show up for the cute animal pictures and videos.
As I’ve mentioned before (probably ad nauseam), I adore brunch. I nearly always choose savory over sweet (eggs are nature’s perfect food for a reason, duh!) and while a variation on Eggs Benedict (**cough** Lobster Benny **cough**) will always reign supreme, I do love a good quiche!
Perhaps you didn’t know this, but of all the birthdays in all the land, I love yours most of all.
I’m known for a few things: my love of Harry Potter, cats, and traveling; my excessive consumption of coffee; and my #ShireMargs.
And while any good margarita can stand on its own, we all know that margs are best when paired with guac, and that guac is best when it’s homemade.
Hi guys! So a few weekends ago I spent a quick 36 hours in Long Island visiting one of my best friends. It was just long enough for me to sit on the beach for a few hours and remember why I always come carting extra sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, the works!
I recently spent a long weekend in Philly, and it was perfect.
Since it looks like I may be back later this summer for a concert with a friend who’s never visited before, I made sure to pay attention to all the best spots!
I’ve wanted to write this post for a long time, but I’ve struggled with it. Perhaps that’s because I’m one of those people to whom this is addressed; I’ve had to work long and hard at valuing myself for more than just my capabilities, and I’ve often found myself surrounded by people who have only valued me for them.
Last month, I visited my best friend in New York City.
NYC is one of those places that simultaneously overwhelms and invigorates me.