5 Necessities for a Night Out

We’re coming up on the time of year where it feels like there’s an event every weekend. It isn’t even truly the holiday season yet and I’m finding that my calendar is booked solid. That being said, getting ready for a night out can be a hassle, especially if you’re like me. Most nights, I’m a real homebody. I have a tried and true routine so that I’m presentable for work, but otherwise, I prefer to do less than nothing. I swear, for most of the winter, I live in my bathrobe. However, I have discovered a few things that save…

A Local’s Guide to Aquidneck Island, Part One

Disclaimer: Aquidneck Island is a beautiful place to live, visit, and explore. However, before I begin breaking down the first part of my Local’s Guide, I would like you to consider reading this post I wrote. I feel that it is incredibly important to consider all aspects of wherever you happen to find yourself. It’s important to remember that while someone’s main concern may be choosing a dinner location or an activity to enjoy, someone else’s may be very different. That being said, part one of this Local’s Guide is breaking down all my favorite things to doon Aquidneck Island. ONE// The Norman Bird Sanctuary …

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November Intentions

I’ve always liked setting intentions. I find that the start of the week, month, or year are instances where I can really refocus, moving forward with a new drive. Since I started teaching, I find that doing this also helps me break things down so they’re more manageable. Change takes time, and you shouldn’t try to do everything at once. Working in a step by step manner seems to be the best way to eventually reach substantial, positive differences. ONE// Stay Present  November marks the beginning of the holiday season, which can become very overwhelming very quickly. I find that I get…

Roughing It In Royalton

  I have to admit, before a few weekends ago, I had never truly been camping. Sure, I’d slept in a tent in my backyard and stayed overnight in a friend’s airstream. However, I had never really roughed it- slept out in the woods with nothing but a tent and a hatchet. That being said, I’m not one to dive in headfirst. Plus, Emily and I have listened to one too many episodes of “My Favorite Murder.” We know all too well the dangers of really camping. I’m talking out on the Appalachian trail with no cell service and a…

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  • Today’s to-do list: stay inside and catch up on My Favorite Murder✌🏻 #ssdgm
  • When you realize tomorrow is Friday and the Pats play on Sunday🙌🏻 I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for the weekend
  • Single digit temperatures forecasted.. no problem. Leaving my kiddos with a sub for a day of PD.. terrifying. Stay warm friends, we’re halfway through the week✌🏻
  • A winter playlist, a banana bread recipe, and a little more on the blog this week. Check out the link in my bio while enjoying your Sunday coffee☺️
  • We’ve got another cold morning in Newport today and over 7,000 residents are going without heat. There are many warming shelters open across town, but if you need help or a warm place to go- reach out! In the meantime, I’m counting blessings and  baking banana bread

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Wandering Around Woodstock

  A few weekends ago, my little sister and I set off on a true New England adventure. I wanted to take full advantage of the long weekend, due to Columbus Day, and explore a little closer to home. I made a plan and all but demanded Emily join me on a quick trip to Vermont. It’s something I’ve been wanting to do for awhile: drive up 93, see family, and peep some fall leaves. I did, however, also want to visit Woodstock. I had only heard amazing things about this little town a little ways up north. My dad…

How I Knew I Wanted to Be a Teacher

  At the beginning of the summer, our local newspaper interviewed me for a story, which was pretty weird. My college had sent out an article they wrote because I had spoken at our convocation ceremony, but locally, they picked up the story because they loved the angle: I come from a long line of teachers and I am following right in the footsteps that were all but drawn out for me.   The local news sent in a photographer on the very first day I subbed in Newport. All I could think was, nothing like making a scene right…

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YOUR TWENTIES ARE A CONFUSING, COMPLICATED TIME AND I’M BEING CANDID ABOUT IT ALL. I INVITE YOU TO DO THE SAME