maps ‘n more

I have the habit of picking up maps whenever I travel. Bike maps, subway maps, ski trails, you name it and I’ve got them. I always intended to do something fabulous with them once I get back home but they always seem to get shoved in a drawer or stored away in a box in my closet collecting dust.  In…
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SHOP MY CLOSET


Chicken Bruschetta

I owe my main love and appreciation for bruschetta to a summer spent studying abroad in Italy while in college. The tomatoes seemed to be crisper, the bread fresher and the olive oil, well that was a whole ‘nother level of amazing. I’ve made the dish countless times since then, but was recently given a new spin on the classic…
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blissful weekends

I don’t think I could have asked for a more wonderful and fun weekend. It was such a joy getting to spend time with friends that I don’t get to see often enough. Charleston may only be 4 hours away from home in Atlanta, but whenever my friends have the opportunity to visit I jump at the chance to see…
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Friday Five

Another week has flown by and we’re almost at the end of April. Two more weeks and we’ll be greeting May and all the flowers it promises to bring with it. The weather in Charleston seems to have skipped right over spring and come straight to summer. Our days have consistently been in the high 70s, but I’m not complaining.…
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Oreo Cheesecake Bites

I’m the type of girl that eats dinner so that I can justify dessert. Don’t get me wrong, I love a great meal, but my sweet tooth teeth make their presence known afterwards. Oreos take me back to my childhood and dunking them in a glass of cold milk. Who could forget Parent Trap? After that I went through a…
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