• Pumpkin and Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

    I think I would be banished from the blogger world if I did not post one pumpkin related recipe on the blog during this fall. Just kidding, but there is no doubt that pumpkin is king during the fall ...

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    Pumpkin and Butternut Squash Soup Recipe
  • Experience London: A visual guide

    Welcome to the second chapter of the Europe trip. If you read my post on Switzerland then you know that my fiancé and I also took a trip to England to attend a wedding in Kent. It was our first visit ...

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    Experience London: A visual guide
  • Hot Fashion Find: Bronze Blazer

    Ok, I know its like 80 degrees outside but the evenings still get a little chilly so layering is still going on except its on a lighter level. This bronze blazer is probably one of the best fashion ...

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    Hot Fashion Find: Bronze Blazer
  • How to wear a black sweater dress

    Thank goodness spring is here even though the weather does not feel like it yet. The other day I was so cold I was shivering when I walked out the door, but I digress. When the weather is cool but not ...

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    How to wear a black sweater dress
  • Eating out: Joe’s American Bar and Grill Newbury St.

    Brunch has become a popular meal time on weekends since a lot of us get up later than we do on weekdays. Brunch, being a combination of breakfast and lunch tends to be more filling and has more ...

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    Eating out: Joe’s American Bar and Grill Newbury St.
  • Turtleneck Sweater: comfy cozy style

    A Turtleneck sweater is a necessary part of cold weather fashion however it is important to remain stylish when wearing them. I got this turtleneck sweater from TJ Maxx for a great price and I have ...

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    Turtleneck Sweater: comfy cozy style

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Savory Tuesday : Easy spicy chicken and noodles

Back in college I survived on Ramen noodles and I remember telling myself once I started working I would never eat food of such low nutrition and superiority. Well, the other day at the grocery store I happened to come across Ramen noodles and had a culinary ‘aha’ moment. I thought to myself,  if I used just the noodles minus…

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Bona Clara Launch Party

I had the privilege of being invited to the launch of a Boston based beauty line ‘Bona Clara‘ this past Wednesday. I have to say I was completely blown away by their products, from their age specific lines to their packaging. Founded by Jasmina Aganovic an MIT Bio-Chemical Engineer, this product is backed by powerful science and is made of…

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Saturday style clinic: How to wear one color from head to toe

This year, the New York Fashion week was filled with white, red and the black-white combo.The runways were also dominated by monochromatic outfits with designers like Stella McCartney showcasing color in their collections. Monochromatic dressing is when you wear the same color or similar colors from head to toe. One thing to remember when wearing the same color is to…

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Saturday Style clinic : SAG awards

Although I am not a big fan of the Hollywood scene, one thing I always follow is Hollywood style. Most celebrities are privileged to have designers provide them with free outfits to showcase and the red carpet is a great place to see these amazing designs. This year the Screen Actors Guild awards were filled with lots of dark colored gowns however the bold color…

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Savory Tuesday : Easy shrimp and Israeli couscous recipe

Nobody wants to spend hours in the kitchen on a weeknight so quick and easy recipes are a must. Last year I fell in love with Israeli couscous because of its versatility and easiness to cook. Israeli couscous is a toasted pasta shaped like little balls and is a great substitute for pasta or rice. I am always experimenting with couscous and…

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