Let's talk about cute lunch places that offer up amazing recipes and are tucked away in cute little towns for a moment. These hidden gems sometimes bring a lot of value to the table that also somehow go unnoticed as so many people flock to urban areas for food. As a relatively new scout to… Continue reading A taste of Latin America arrives in Saco
Brunch is certainly a culture these days, and if you're like most you're starting off your lazy Sundays with biscuits and gravy with bacon over mouth watering mimosas with family and friends. Doesn't that make you want it to be Sunday already? I for one am proud to be part of such an exciting culture.… Continue reading Biscuits are rising well in a town that is rising even faster.
Everything you want in life starts with a plan. Everything. No, you're not going to become some millionaire overnight just by selling at home products or playing the lottery every day of your life. Do you know what the definition of insanity is? That! That is the definition of insanity. Doing the same thing over… Continue reading Grab your planner!
One of the many things that I love the most about traveling is the ability to get in touch with the natural world. On the road, there are a variety of ways to do just that. Most recently, I explored a secret garden in the famed and fortuned Litchfield Hills of Connecticut. Nothing says nature… Continue reading An English garden in an American countryside
Have you seen the latest marketing campaigns lately? Odds are, you have seen every single marketing campaign that is on the planet. Wear this. Buy that. You'll look great in that jacket, until next week when it's out of style! Oh, marketing. Why are we, as humans, so drawn to keeping up with appearances of others,… Continue reading The Year of You: Stop Trying to Live Up to Others Expectations
When we focus on our past, does it bring us forward into our future? This is sometimes a pondering question. We should absolutely never forget our past or where we came from, but should we rely on it to bring us through the uncertain obstacles of our future simply because we have attached a stigma… Continue reading The Year of You: On Friendships and Your Past.
What a kickoff to the new year it has been. My New Years eve was spent at my second home base of Killington Resort Vermont, a widely popular destination for many of us in the northeast who enjoy the adrenaline of some downhill action at the beast of a ski resort that it is, spreading… Continue reading The Year of You.
How was your 2016? The year itself has been a struggle for many. Apparently we had an election? Actually, I can confirm we did just by scrolling through my social media feeds. Bring back Facebook! It looks like CNN ate it. Despite the election, the year 2016 for me was one with many successes. Kicking… Continue reading 2016 Year in Review.
Christmas has always been my favorite holiday. The lights. The music. The seasonal drinks. It's really a great start to a season that is otherwise known as one of the most depressing in the northeast. Luckily, many years ago I have found a way to beat the seasonal depression that affects so many of… Continue reading Christmas Day Skiing at Jiminy Peak.
Get ready. Remember the year that it was brutally cold in Connecticut? Okay, well it's always cold in Connecticut, but I'm talking more so than usual. I'm talking about when the weather of the North Pole makes its way to our state and people begin to stock up on heated blankets and snuggies rather than… Continue reading How to Survive a Polar Vortex.