Festive Flicks: A Very Netflix Holiday

For some people, the highlight of the holiday season is decorating. For others, it’s finding a spot for the Elf on the Shelf. For me? It’s watching cheesy Netflix Christmas movies on my couch with a Frasier fir-scented candle burning in the background. As I gave my coworkers my rundown of the movies I watched […]

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What I’ve Learned From a Year in NYC

I’ve been living in New York City for a full year. I never thought I’d say that! Well, that’s a lie. When I was younger, I always imagined that I’d move to NYC post-college and live out my fashion dreams. But once I graduated, I wasn’t so sure about it. Mostly, I didn’t know how […]

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Let’s Talk Diabetes

A couple of weeks ago, my therapist asked me if I wanted to discuss my diabetes. She noted that when we first met, I mentioned that it was—obviously—a huge part of my life and therefore had a huge effect on my anxiety and depression.  I told her that I wasn’t sure whether I wanted to […]

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Get It Together: Bathroom Organization

It’s that time of year again. As we swap our wardrobes over from sundresses and flip flops to sweaters and boots, it’s the perfect opportunity for an organizational overhaul. This weekend, I finally tackled the seasonal closet switch that I’d been putting off for weeks. It’s honestly one of my least favorite tasks ever. I […]

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Book Review: The Immortalists

If you could find out the exact date of your death, would you? How would that knowledge change the course of your life? These are the questions at the center of Chloe Benjamin’s The Immortalists. The novel follows four wildly different siblings from New York City after they each find out the day and year […]

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As Told By Women

Recently, I had the honor of writing an article for the website As Told By Women. Their mission is to inspire and empower women everywhere by sharing stories of resiliency. When they reached out and asked if I’d be willing to share my story of living with chronic illness, I said yes immediately. If you […]

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Weekend Recap: Boston

For seven of the last nine years (nine?! woah) I’ve lived outside of Massachusetts. First, I was in Florida for college. Then, Connecticut. Now, New York. But no matter what, I always consider Mass my home. My former coworker used to tease me and say that I couldn’t hide the fact that I’m a Masshole if […]

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Thanks, It’s Nuuly

As much as I hate admitting this, I care about outfit repeating. Sure, call me vapid. Materialistic. Wasteful. I can take it. In this age of social media domination, the pressure to display a different outfit each time you post a photo is real. Especially as a blogger.  Although I’m a bargain hunter and a […]

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I’m in the Middle Class of Dating

I feel like I’m in the weird, middle-of-the-road section of the dating pool. I’m not some stunning woman with an enviable body. I don’t have a million Instagram followers or strangers sliding into my DMs. I don’t go to bars and have men clamoring to buy me drinks.  But, I also feel like I’m pretty […]

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