We move through New York like there’s always something new to do, see, visit [because hey, it’s New York, and there is!] That’s what lead us on this trip to Central Park one Saturday.
I couldn’t be more excited for the chapter that lies ahead. A chapter that in so many ways I still can’t believe is here and is real because it’s quite literally a dream come true.
25, here’s to making dreams come true!
I decided to take everything day by day [literally on some days, hour by hour] and list out what tasks needed to get done on certain days as I often wasn’t in the same city within the upcoming 48 hours. And you know what, I’m so happy I did. Because it allowed me to fully appreciate the magical albeit whirlwind that was January, including 2 trips I’ll never forget!
It may seem overwhelming or even chaotic from the outside, but I couldn’t love this tradition anymore. It’s nothing exotic or fancy, but it’s exactly what I want. Just time to be around my tribe. What are your holiday traditions? Whatever you may be doing to celebrate [or not], I hope you feel how I feel this Christmas Day- merry & bright!
My relationship with SF has had its highs and its lows from the very beginning; I’ve talked about that a lot here, and after 2 ½ years I’m ready to say goodbye. So I decided to write a letter to put into words the journey I’ve had over the last 2+ years. What follows is pretty personal and honest. These are my opinions as a result of my own personal experiences and in no way do I mean to discourage others or come off as negative. I’m just keeping it real.
Does this dress not just scream summer to you? So of course, it made its appearance in the Dominican Republic and I was just so happy. Can you tell I love a dress with a good twirl?
If ever you do choose and are able to go, below are some of my thoughts and tips [aka wish someone had told me].