{Wearing: Free People dress, H&M black knit tights, Target over-the-knee boots (similar here)} It’s always nice when you can find something else to do in winter that isn’t part of your day-to-day routine. Winter can begin to feel monotonous, so whenever there is an event going on that I haven’t been to before I get excited. I checked out the Botanical Gardens over the summer and absolutely loved it. I originally thought it would be… View Post

I’ve been wanting to write a book recommendation list for a long time, but I just haven’t had the time to read all the books I’ve been wanting to read, so it will have to wait a bit longer. Articles that pop up on my Twitter feed are a bit easier, and I’ve read some really great ones lately, so sit back, have a cup of coffee and here are some of my reading recommendations for… View Post

Better late than never right? The smell of mulled wine in the air, string lights twinkling between the buildings in Toronto’s Distillery District, well-dressed (and bundled) Canadian couples walking hand in hand. In December, a few weeks before Christmas, Dan and I drove up to Toronto for their annual Christmas Market. Neither of us had ever been before and I hadn’t even heard of it, but our friend Lucy told us about it and after… View Post

2017… what a year amirite? So 2017 is over. A year of ups and downs, a year of grinding and accomplishments, a year of realizations and self-discovery. A year of scary news updates and even scarier national conversations. Quite the year. I have always done a new year post on this blog and I think they’re some of my favorites. While Jan 1 (or actually 5 since I’m getting this up late) is just a… View Post

Nothing like the great outdoors. This past weekend, Dan and I went to Lake Placid and the Adirondacks with his family. It was beeeautiful. The semester has been stressful and my never-ending to-do list was getting to me, so this little trip into the mountains was much welcomed. Well I love going on short hikes and the Adirondacks are only around six hours from Buffalo, I had never been before. My family has driven through… View Post