A Very Thankful Thanksgiving

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This year is doubly sweet in our household as we all feel incredibly thankful for the arrival of our sweet baby John. There is nothing like a healthy baby to help you put life in perspective and really focus on what matters. Once the turkey is gone and the last pie plate has been scraped… read more

Event: Greenwich Winter Antiques Show

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The Greenwich Historical Society hosts many fabulous events year-round for adults and children. During the holiday season one of the most special things they offer is the Winter Antiques Show hosted December 5-7th at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center in Old Greenwich. While it’s fun to fawn over the expensive “wish list” pieces it’s equally… read more

Baby News: It’s a…

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We could not be more excited to introduce you to the newest member of our family! With ten little fingers and ten little toes, just perfect in every way. Our hearts are full and we know this love will grow with each passing day. With a dimple in his ear he’s taken from mom and puppy… read more

Great Site: The Well Appointed House

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Tis the season! It’s hard to believe that the holidays are almost upon us. That means it’s time to think about gifting. There are so many fabulous sites out there that it’s a relief to know most of my shopping can be done from the cozy confines of my TV room while I snuggle a… read more

Beauty: Just Browsing

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Over the last year I have been doing a major face project – reconstructing my brows. It all started with a vision. Much like the perfectly shaped brow below I wanted sleek brows with just the right amount of arch and a touch of edgy tossed in. I’d say I am 85 percent there.As they grow… read more

Smart Biz: Zaniac

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Back when I was in high school I was a bonafide math and science geek so as you can imagine nothing makes me more happy than our countries move towards introducing more (and better) math and science curriculums to our students. I am sure many of you have been hearing about STEM initiatives in the… read more

Chili with a Kick

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There is nothing quite as tasty as a big bowl of chili once the temperatures start to drop. My husband is obsessed with all things spicy so I figured it was high time I made him something other than my relatively tame (and healthy) turkey chili. There is nothing mild about this beef chili with chiles chipotles… read more

Baby on Board & a Giveaway

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I’ll warn you right off the bat – this is going to be a sappy one. As I write my heart is fluttering around inside my chest like a butterfly trapped in a cage. I cannot believe I am just 1 week away from my due date. I can’t wait to meet this little being… read more

He-llo Movember!

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It’s MOVEMBER people. For those of you who don’t know what I am talking about – it’s a movement that started in 2003 with the goal of raising awareness for men’s health issues. The Movember community has raised $559 million to date and funded over 800 programs in 21 countries. If you know a man you know… read more

Beauty in the Broken – Kinsukuroi

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Too often we berate ourselves for moments of weakness, old wounds we can’t let go, and the inability to process and move through pain. What if instead of seeing our flaws as unseemly scars that mark us as “damaged for good” we were able to see the cracks and wounds as the things that give us… read more