Spring is coming, and with it comes more reasons to spend time with friends and family. So today’s blog is all about brunch! The kind with mimosas, sizzling bacon, and friends or family (of course). Whether you’re hosting a casual brunch or attending one, everyone knows that the key to a good brunch is great food and even better fashion. So as the temperatures rise, I’ve rounded up a collection of my favorite spring essentials to make your next brunch better than ever.
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My ode to fall continues with my first Fall City Guide listing all the unique fall things you can do in a city near you. Miami, Seattle, Chicago, Austin, San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York. This guide covers all the fun things you can experience close to home. Events are happening all over this October and November. And I’m not just talking about pumpkin patch photo ops.
Not every fall activity is the same and no two cities have the same interesting things to offer. I suggest reading some of the interesting things going on in other cities too!
Maybe your town goes all out for Oktoberfest or celebrates fall with some mojitos. This fall, be a tourist in your own area and take advantage of the unique things your town or city and the surrounding area has to offer. Here are some of the unique events and sights to see near other US cities. Why not go out and explore?
I am officially picking my favorite season of the year: Fall. I just love this weather!
The idea that we are getting closer to the end of the year and cooler days are creeping up always makes me so happy and energized. For me, fall is usually full of excitement and activities like seeing friends and family, and its the time of year I most look forward to.
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I have woken up the past two days crying thinking about the thousands of children being torn away from their mothers and fathers at the border of the United States of America. All in a matter of weeks.
As a result of the current administration’s “Zero Tolerance” policy, the migrant parents (who are often seeking asylum) are now being criminally prosecuted and jailed because they were looking for a better life for their families. I was stunned when I learned parents were being held in jails described as concentration camps for simply wanting to be an American. And their young children are left crying with no love and affection in facilities with horrifying conditions.
I am not a mom or a parent but empathy means that we are able to understand and sympathize with others regardless of their situation. My blog is not a political platform… but what I have seen over the last year and half from our country’s leadership has made me ashamed. The treatment of minorities, women, and those less fortunate is truly shocking.