I realize I wind up doing gift guides twice a year, but what can I say? It’s one of my love languages. Speaking of which, I thought it would be fun to categorize the gifts by the five different love languages. Acts of Service Sakara (With a Discount Code) Sakara is the ultimate act of […]
Spring is almost here, or as we celebrate in our house, Ostara. Ostara is a holiday of hope, as every day after it brings more and more light until the Summer Solstice. It’s a celebration of growth and fertility so it’s a great time to plant, and it’s also a great time to eat some
Wow. Our third month in the Cotswolds was the toughest to write. Maybe it’s because I wrote it on the plane ride home, fresh from saying our goodbyes. Or maybe because I keep thinking of the scene in the quintessential holiday season film The Holiday where Cameron Diaz says, “I wasn’t expecting ‘I love you’”.
Even with a lockdown, our second month in the Cotswolds featured some of our greatest highs. Other than not being able to go out to eat, our days stayed the same. And fortunately, the weather was unbelievably beautiful most of the time. If you haven’t yet read about our first month, click here. Otherwise, keep
I’m a creature of habit. I love routine and rituals. From the small things, like my morning Americano with soy milk, to the bigger ones, like our holiday traditions, I find so much comfort and joy in them. Since moving out to the Cotswolds two months (!!!) ago, I’ve missed some of my old