7 Delicious Breakfast Recipes to Make this Winter

Breakfast pastries of any sort are and will always be my favorite breakfast to make – especially around the holidays. There’s something about the smell of fresh baked cinnamon rolls that brings about very fond memories from my childhood. You know that feeling when you smell something and it triggers a memory, I love that feeling! So here are a few of my go-to breakfast sweet treats to whip up this winter and for all ...

Holiday Gift Guide: Female Owned Small Businesses

As much as I love a good gift guide, my favorite guide to always put together is the Small Business Gifts for Everyone on Your List. As a female running my own company, surrounded by a mom and sister running their own businesses supporting small, local businesses is important but this year it hits a bit differently. Pandemic aside, I have found myself surrounded by amazing, brilliant women who are launching businesses and side hustles ...

How to make small scale gatherings feel special

Times are weird. I think we can all admit that but this unfortunately is our new normal. No matter what happens we are going to have to adapt the ways in which we live, including how we host dinner parties, happy hours, girls’ nights, date nights, you name it we’re adapting. As a way to bring some normalcy to life I’ve been hosting friends at my house. For those that feel comfortable being inside we ...

Travel Guide: Aspen, Colorado

Aspen has always been on my radar but growing up in Texas we always went to Colorado in the winter to ski. My first ski experience was at 8 years old in Breckenridge, then Purgatory, Telluride, Vail and Beaver Creek but Aspen was never on our hit list. We were a ski in the winter, beach in the summer kind of family and I loved that. I always questioned why people were so enamored with ...

Travel Guide: Martha’s Vineyard

We can all agree that Summer 2020 isn’t going as planned. Thank you COVID-19. Hell 2020 isn’t going as expected. But I’m making the most of it - enter my trips to the Hamptons and Martha's Vineyard. Traveling is difficult right now and at times depressing - I was supposed to be in Spain right about now, possibly heading to Ibiza and maybe even back down to Africa alas that’s not happening. Instead I’m embracing this ...

Getting My Smile Pearly White with Gleem

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of GLEEM. All opinions are 100% mine. If you’ve been following me for any time now then you know that I’m smiling in about 75% of my photos (often times too big!) and the remaining 25% of the time my big mouth is wide open talking, laughing or cheesin’ it up. Pair laughing with my need to dress up for no reason at all and you have ...

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Quarantine @ Home Ideas to Keep You Sane

For someone as social as I am, being home in quarantine for this length of time has me wanting to host every single friend of mine the second we’re done with this social distancing thing though what will our new norm be? Will elaborate 12 person dinner parties be a thing of the past? How much longer will our lives be stuck in this little weird space that we’re in? Are we going to be ...