Art in the Wilderness: Saint-Gaudens Historic Site


We were visiting with my parents yesterday and I was flopped on the couch with teenage ennui, wishing I could walk around actual places, not just woods. Side note: has anyone else who’s moved home after a very long time away found themselves taking on teenage characteristics? Yikes. My mother suggested the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, […]

Plant Shopping at Snug Harbor Farm


We were back in Kennebunkport last weekend on a last-minute, pre-Memorial Day mini trip. We stopped at Snug Harbor Farm to pick out a few plants on our way home, and it’s 100% my happy place and total inspiration for our garden / life / everything. We picked out a hibiscus tree, a hanging fern […]

Road Trip: Newburyport, Massachusetts


We took off toward the sea last weekend, no plans in mind except stepping out of reality for the day. We ended up in Newburyport for lunch, and we’ll definitely be back to explore further. The town was settled in 1635 and there are still gorgeous 1700’s buildings standing, giving it an English feel. Old […]

Beverly Hills (When You’re Not a Billionaire)


Can Beverly Hills be done on a quasi-budget? We keep ending up there for a day or two when we stop in LA to visit family and friends, and I feel too old for Venice, Santa Monica, or Los Feliz. So, here’s the mini-guide to 90210 without breaking the bank. Too much. Stay We use […]

Farewell to Fall


We’ve had our first dusting of snow, and the leaves are mostly off the trees – here’s some shots from around New England from the last two months to say farewell to a too quick season. The Christmas music is on and we’re starting to nest up here in Vermont – not much else to […]