Tuesday, June 30, 2020

New Summer Discoveries with Comcast New England

Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Comcast New England #ad

In the wake of current events, staying connected online has been important now so more than ever so when my friends at Comcast New England invited me and a few other local influencers to learn about the latest offerings from Xfinity I was excited to learn more. It was a mini-reunion of sorts!



We discussed how Xfinity is showcasing diversity, exciting programming on Peacock (including some throwback shows!), and as parents, we learned how it's helping us with our kids with virtual summer school offerings. 

So much more ahead...

Monday, June 29, 2020

Celebrating in the Midst of Covid

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A couple weeks ago when Grayson declared he was going to have a "dumb birthday" due to Covid-19, I set out to make sure that wouldn't be the case. I get that we're all having to make adjustments, but especially for the kids I'm saddened at how things have turned upside down for them.

2019 - 10 year vow renewal in Puerto Rico
{Photographer: 1982 Creative Studios}

 
Those of you who have been following me for years know how big of a celebration the month of June is for me and my family. Of course there's Father's Day and the end of school here in Boston - we ended on the 22nd (it was supposed to be the 19th, but they just *had* to tack on a Monday as a make-up snow day), and the complications of distance learning made it even more celebratory.

We ended the week with our 11th anniversary followed by Grayson's 6th birthday.

Here's how we made it a good week...

Monday, May 11, 2020

Mom-ing During Covid

Like Easter, Mother's Day 2020 was quiet and undocumented. I spent mine peacefully and was mostly left alone, but for 2021 I'm already plotting to get away solo for the whole weekend! 



In the interim my family and I are kicking off week 9 at home and week 8 of distance learning here in Boston. With 5 more weeks to go after this one (Lord help me!), it's been quite the test of patience and motivation. I've found the hardest part is imagining what the summer and beyond will look like, and rather than let speculation get the best of me (I tend to spiral into an abyss when I do), I've just been focusing on one day at a time.

Friday, March 20, 2020

2020: A Kevin McCallister Moment


Grayson meeting his Great Grandma Mary for the first time
A while back I was speaking with my Grandma Mary in Columbus, Ohio - my last living grandparent. I was lamenting over the fact that while there were a lot of positive things happening, I really would like for everything to pause for about 2 weeks so I could just breathe for a moment and catch up.

Yesterday, I called my Grandma Mary to check on her, and explained that it seems that I got what I wished for but in a twisted kind of way.

My Kevin McCallister Moment.



Monday, January 20, 2020

Motivation Monday: MLK Jr.


Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Wordless Wednesday: Our 10th New Year's Card

{Photo Credit: Terrence Adderly Photography}

Friday, December 27, 2019

Winter Entertaining with Paperless Post

Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Paperless Post; all opinions expressed are my own.


Flake Fall
We are enjoying a quiet holiday break at home, but not without a few parties to celebrate! One of my favorite parties to throw is an Open House party where we literally have an open door for about 4-6 hours alleviating the pressure for everyone to show up at a certain time. We stock plenty of easy-to-heat-and-eat apps, delicious drinks and tasty treats. Here are a few Paperless Post invitation options to inspire your guests to show up and show out!


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