Thinking of Boston.


The city of Boston was very much on my mind yesterday. It's been so inspiring to see how the victims and their families have thrived and the way something so tragic can bring out the very best in people. 

Chris and I visited Boston for the first time last fall and we absolutely fell in love with the city. The old and the new come together so beautifully and every street has so much character.  The weather was absolutely perfect and we actually got to experience what fall feels like! 

Trinity Church in Copley Square.

Boston Public Library and Old South Church from Copley Square.

Old South Church on Boylston Street.

Boston Marathon Finish Line on Boylston Street.

Strolling down Commonwealth Avenue in Back Bay.

Public Garden.

Fountain in Boston Common.

If you've never been, add Boston to your travel bucket list!



My mom and I went to the Lightning game together last night and went up to the deck before it started. As we were sitting and taking in the view I had one of those blissful moments where I thought, "Wow, I love living here."

Sunday Funday!


Our Sunday was action packed!

We had breakfast at Piquant in Hyde Park Village - it was delicious as usual. I love ordering omelets when we go out because they always turn into scrambled eggs when I attempt them at home.

Hyde Park Village was hosting their monthly Farmer's Market today. I can never seem to remember if it's on the first or last Sunday of the month so we lucked out! After breakfast we went exploring and had another Lightning player sighting.

There were so many booths serving unique food and drinks. We were stuffed from breakfast but we did try some blueberry lemonade that was amazing! We will definitely be going back next month without full stomachs. 

After our stroll, we decided to beat the heat and go see the Myth Busters exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry. 

My favorite part was trying to pull a tablecloth off a table without the dishes falling everywhere. I think I did pretty well!



After all of our experiments we went for gelato at Le Macaron. I definitely recommend the chocolate! 

(top: J. Crew; shorts: American Eagle; headband: Kelly Elizabeth Designs)



It's another beautiful Saturday in Tampa! Audrey's spending the morning sitting by the window to get a little sun and people watch.

Audrey is soaking up the sun and striking her best pose.

I'm loving Ily Couture's "wifey" shirt that my mom gave me for my birthday! It is so soft and it fits perfectly - not too tight or too loose. I couldn't resist pairing it with my neon pink Rebecca Minkoff MAB!

top: Ily Couture; shorts: American Eagle; bag: Rebecca Minkoff

We decided to branch out and try a new place in Hyde Park called Boca. The building was originally a gas station that was built in 1928. It's a farm to table restaurant that buys mostly organic produce, meat and fish from local farmers. It's adorably rustic and the food was great!

Date Night!


Heading out for date night! 

Wearing my new color blocked Vince Camuto top from Nordstrom. A pop of pink is always a great thing! 

top: Vince Camuto; jeans: Citizens of Humanity; headband: Kelly Elizabeth Designs

headband: Kelly Elizabeth Designs

We had to stop in and see Le Macaron's new location. It's so pink and so cute! Of course, we couldn't leave without taking home a box of tasty treats.

Fashionable Fitness.


I've been working out hard this week after all of the macarons that I ate over the weekend. In honor of all of the calorie burning, here are a few of my favorite Nike workout looks. 

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