Escape to Nightcape at Longwood Gardens

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Longwood Gardens is one of my favorite Philly area outings. I’ve been here on a date, then again with my grandmother. I decided this time to visit Nightscape with my four year old cousin, Kennedy. As overwhelmed as I am with the multi-sensory experience, I knew that she would enjoy it. Longwood’s acres of foliage […]

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A Fun and Fit Birthday Party


I was recently invited to a party that is A Journey to Fit approved. Tasha’s Twenty-Greight began with an email that only gave clues, but no details about the party. Party-goers were instructed to bring the following: A healthy snack large enough to share A yoga mat or blanket Comfy clothes to work out in A […]

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Girl Boss: Erin Lindsey


I am blessed to be around some pretty impressive, ambitious women. I recently attended a preview party for my friend Erin’s online boutique. The stay-at-home mom is taking her passion for fashion and styling into a profitable business. With all of the tips she’s given me? I certainly approve. Prior to her event, we discussed […]

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Rittenhouse Row Festival 2016


It’s festival season yet again in Philly. The dreary weather was not keeping me away from my favorite foodie fest. Here are some of the highlights from my stroll down Walnut Street for the Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival: I also tried acupuncture for the first time with Healing Arts Acupuncture Center. It isn’t something I […]

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Some Updates About Me


It has been too long since my last post. I have been overwhelmed (both good and bad) by the changes I’m going through, and trying to stay afloat. Despite nearly drowning, here are some highlights and photos of some of the good that’s been happening.   Coney Island After a recent business trip to Long […]

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How to Embrace Change

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This has been a hot topic for me this week, in all avenues of my life. With shifts at work, in my relationships, and at home, I am anxious about what these new changes will bring. Because of my slight fear of change, at times I have trouble with decision making (my hair color? A […]

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My Spain Flight Essentials


For my trip to Spain, the first leg of my flight to Paris was 6 hours, then 8 hours coming back. Flying that long takes serious planning, and a well-packed carry-on. Some items are no-brainers, like your passport and wallet, but here are other items that I packed: Two pens. I mention this first because if […]

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Top Reasons to Visit Malaga, Spain


For my spring getaway, Malaga was on the agenda.  After the harsh, cold winter, I wanted to put my toes in the sand, while simultaneously overwhelming my senses with languages, good food, and appealing historic sites. Though my trip was solo, I had the help of my new friend Maria to discover the best that […]

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