Happy Earth Day 2022

Hi friends, welcome back! In honor of Earth Day today, I wanted to recycle my 2021 Earth Day post featuring some of my favorite eco-friendly products, ideas, and the prettiest places I’ve been lucky enough to visit. I’ve still been using and loving all of these products, and would highly recommend them if you’re looking…

Returning to Broadway with The Music Man

Hi friends, welcome back! Aside from all the delicious food, attending Broadway shows is one of my favorite parts of living in NYC. The last play Jon and I saw was Dear Evan Hansen in February 2020, and I was having major Broadway withdrawals. I’d been hearing a lot of buzz about The Music Man…

Seaport Museum, Lightship Ambrose, & Wavertree Ship Tour

Hi friends, welcome back! Recently I shared a neighborhood tour of the Seaport District, and today I’m taking you through the museum, history, and two Lightships in the museum's fleet. The first port in this area of the East River was created by the Dutch West India Company in 1625, and the land surrounding the port…

Winter Wonderland in Central Park 2022 – Part Two

Hi friends, welcome back! I hoped for one more snowy day in NYC and boy did I receive! This past weekend a blizzard came through the city along with blistering winds and bone-chilling temperatures. When I woke up Saturday morning, it felt like my apartment was in a snow globe. Visibility was incredibly low and…

A Long Weekend in Philly – Eastern State Penitentiary & Pizza

Hi friends, welcome back to part three of our Philly adventures! In case you missed the first two parts, you can read part one here and part two here. After stopping at the Rocky Statue, Jon and I walked to one of my favorite parts of the trip, the Eastern State Penitentiary. This National Historic…

A Long Weekend in Philly – Independence Hall, Liberty Bell, and Rocky

Hi friends, welcome back to part two of our Philly adventures! In case you missed part one, you can check it out here. Part two picks up after our walking tour and inside Independence Hall. To see inside Independence Hall, you need tickets for a National Park Service guided tour. The tickets cost a $1…