• 99 Problems…Most of Them are Made Up

    I don’t often post personal stuff on here but when I do it’s very personal-apologies now. This week has been so rough on so many levels I don’t even know where to start. It’s no secret I have really bad anxiety every now and again but for a few reasons it was heightened this week. That being said, I’m in one of those “funks” that is becoming really hard to shake. So what am I doing to cope? Ugh. Well getting myself back into the gym really did help today. Talking with the person I miss the most also helped to bring me down to earth.  Like I said it’s…

  • The 12 Days of Pink: Glistening Goddesses

    Ok, so today’s post is slightly different than what we normally post. This year we have been trying to keep it semi-local (Rhode Island) and one of our favorite places to go to is Glistening Goddesses. Like the name says, you will glisten after visiting. Glistening Goddesses is a full service spray tanning salon. Glistening Goddesses is located in Johnston, RI and the girls who own and operate this establishment are simply the best! They are professional, fun, and perform and awesome service. New to spray tanning? Well let me just advocate on their behalf how AMAZING it truly is! I’ve been personally getting spray tanned there at least every…

  • The 12 Days of Pink: Starlet Glam Bath & Body

    Starlet Glam is a high end, luxurious collection of bath & body products born out of an addiction ~ and an indulgence. It’s a blend of glamorous beauty, health and well being. All products were created to nourish the skin to perfection. The decadent scents are known to cling to the skin and linger making our collection extra special! They’ll engage your senses, pamper you in style and add a sparkle of old Hollywood glamour to your everyday life. It seems only fitting that we would bring you such an AMAZING line of beauty products, right?! There are a ton of products online via Etsy but you can also purchase a…

  • New York City: A Hostel Experience

    Have you ever stayed in a hostel before? Oh you have? Then I guess its just me. A 29 year old hostel virgin is what I was up until last weekend. I wish I could say that my first hostel experience was somewhere exotic like Thailand but alas it was none other than New York City. A city that is 3hours from my home state of Rhode Island.  Why would I choose to stay in a hostel only 3hrs from where I lived?  Well I’ll tell you… It all started when NaEun Park my buddy from Boston asked me to attend the Nomading Film Festival in New York City on Saturday June…

  • A To Z Of Little Old Me

    After reading a post entitled “ABC’s of me” and deciding that it was a genius idea for a blog post, I thought why not give it a try and see what I come up with! Here goes nothing! Its harder then it looks… American Airlines is the airline I will be taking on my very first solo trip to Costa Rica. Bathing Suits are my favorite form of apparel during the summer months in little Rhody. Castle Hill is mine and the boyfriend’s favorite spot to grab a drink in Newport, RI. Dunkin Donuts is my least favorite coffee on this planet! Early morning singing in the shower is my favorite past time.…

  • Photo Of The Day: Transit Chairs By Boris Bally

    These chairs can be actually purchased through Boris Bally which actually happens to be in my home state of Rhode Island! Small world! These chairs are something else!   Materials re-used traffic signs, champagne corks, steel hardware Techniques Humanufactured® (hand-fabricated, pierced, brake-formed, finished) Dimensions 49 1/2 x 17 x 22″ each

  • Thinking About Volunteering Abroad?

    Have you ever thought about going abroad and either teaching or helping out in some other way? Well that’s the scenario I’ve been going through for a few months now. Figuring out a way to travel and actually get something out of it. Sure everyone can take a vacation but besides getting a tan, what do you really get out of it.  Which brings me to my NEW endeavor; volunteering with International Volunteer HQ. If your looking for a great organization to volunteer with that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg then take a look at all the programs they have to offer. And before you start asking yourself, no I don’t work for…