Friends: 3 Ways to Catch Up During the Fall Season

Fall is here! This time of year is the best for catching up with friends. 2020 has shown us that it is important to value friendships in a way we have not before. It’s good for mental health and part of self care. After months of isolation, here a few ideas for some COVID safe outdoor fall fun.

Setting Boundaries During Quarantine

Just because you’re at home doesn’t give anyone the permission to call whenever or simply expect your time whenever. Sure, many of us are at home under quarantine but that doesn’t mean we aren’t busy. From work to kids and running a household- there is plenty to do. Not to mention those times when you just can’t function.

LEGO: See the World Brick by Brick

It’s unsafe to travel with the current pandemic, but that doesn’t mean you have to go crazy indoors. Keep your mind focused and create fun for the whole family (or yourself). Whether you’re solo or shacked up with your closest loved ones, you can unplug from googling future travel destinations and get building instead. JET-LEGOContinue reading “LEGO: See the World Brick by Brick”

Hot Air Ballooning in Orlando: Choosing Fun Over Fear

I love a good road trip, especially to fun and exciting places like Orlando, FL! There’s always something new to discover. I probably travel to Orlando five times every year or more. And let’s not forget shopping, dining and awesome spots like City Walk and Disney Springs -but we’ll leave those things for another postContinue reading “Hot Air Ballooning in Orlando: Choosing Fun Over Fear”

Examining the Relationship between Fashion and Art

According to the Oxford dictionary art is defined as ‘the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power”, and yes, we traditionally consider painting and sculpting and even cinematic accomplishments, photography, andContinue reading “Examining the Relationship between Fashion and Art”