5 Highlights from 2021

Hey everyone! We are taking a break from our regularly scheduled programming (and my mini blogging break) to talk about 2021. It’s been a year folks. I’ve had a year of ups and downs, and as we head into 2022, I have so much to look forward to. But, before the clock strikes midnight tonight,Continue reading “5 Highlights from 2021”

Book Review: Always, In December by Emily Stone

Every year, Josie is a Scrooge during the Christmas season. However, there is one tradition that she keeps up every single year — writing a letter to her deceased parents who died tragically when she was a young girl. Fresh off of a breakup and facing job loss, she nearly crashes her bike into Max,Continue reading “Book Review: Always, In December by Emily Stone”

Taking A Walk Through The Festival of Silver Lights

For the month of December, Meriden’s Hubbard Park sparkles with a magical holiday displays that spectators can either take a stroll in or drive through. This is known as the Festival of Silver Lights. The display, which runs through January 2, features lights on the lake, as well as scattered throughout the park. For furtherContinue reading “Taking A Walk Through The Festival of Silver Lights”

Book Review: The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox

The Parent Trap with a hint of baking and a little romance on the side is the best way that I can summarize The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox. The Holiday Swap is about twins Cass and Charlie. Cass runs her family’s bakery in their small town, while Charlie is the host of a bakingContinue reading “Book Review: The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox”

Book Review: Nick and Noel’s Christmas Playlist by Codi Hall

Last week, I finished my first holiday read of the year — Nick and Noel’s Christmas Playlist by Codi Hall. The book is about childhood friends Nick Winters and Noel Carter. Their parents were best friends, and therefore, the two have become equally as close. Nick comes home after serving his country, and is backContinue reading “Book Review: Nick and Noel’s Christmas Playlist by Codi Hall”

Walking Through Downtown Milford’s Christmas Display

Ever since my now-fiance and I have started to date, we’ve always made our way to the Downtown Milford Green for Christmas decorations. Every year, they decorate the Milford Green with sparkling lights to create a magical experience. Walking around it is a great activity that is also completely free, and all you need isContinue reading “Walking Through Downtown Milford’s Christmas Display”

7 Tips For Spenders To Become Savers

In her books, Rachel Cruze talks about two different kinds of people — spenders and savers. These are our natural tendencies, the things that we would do longer before money became more and more serious. And, this is not a bad thing. It’s just what comes naturally to us. I am going to admit thatContinue reading “7 Tips For Spenders To Become Savers”

Bag Talk: Are the Stoney Clover Minis Worth It?

Here on bag talk, we have been talking about handbags. However, today’s is going to be a little different, as we’re going to chat about the Stoney Clover Lane Mini Pouch. I have a few of them including: the hazelnut cozy, the mini pouch with a sherpa outline, black, apple cider, and nude. And, IContinue reading “Bag Talk: Are the Stoney Clover Minis Worth It?”

Friday Faves: December 10, 2021

Pandora Sparkling Snowflake Collier Necklace and Earrings: I purchased these as a set last year when they were on super sale. I have been wearing the studs nearly every day in either my first or second hole, and the necklace most days this week. They both are perfect for the holiday season, even though IContinue reading “Friday Faves: December 10, 2021”