Summer 2016 in Pictures

After two difficult years, this summer has made up for time I thought I already lost.  It was the first summer that I wasn’t either living or spending an extended period of time in Rhode Island—I thought I was going to be stuck in suburbia, perhaps make the occasional trip to New York City. I […]

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Find of the Week | 36

I constantly shop at work. This comes as no surprise, considering I work at a boutique with merchandise that’s both adorable and reasonably priced in the middle of Westport.  I bought a few things before I ran to Newport… While I was in Rhode Island, I stopped by Crosswynds Traders in Narragansett. Not only did […]

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Farmer’s Market Dinner

I don’t enjoy cooking as much as I would like to. I admire people who can cook healthy, gorgeous looking dishes, but I prefer to watch while drinking a glass of pinot grigio and picking at a cheese plate with fresh cut-up Granny Smith apples. However, every once in a while, I get the energy […]

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Buck-A-Shuck at TwoTen Oyster Bar & Grill

It’s been a while since I’ve been back at TwoTen Oyster Bar in Narragansett and I was pleasantly surprised at the weekday deals they were offering. Not only were they doing the Buck-A-Shuck oysters, but there were also $5.00 martini specials. I couldn’t resist the Tinderella martini, just because of the name. I’m still figuring […]

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Plum Point Bistro

Just like The Duck & Bunny, Plum Point Bistro is another restaurant I’ve wanted check out for a while: Located on scenic 1A, just minutes from the Jamestown Bridge, Historic Casey Farm, and beautiful coastline of Southern Rhode Island.   Plum Pt. Bistro combines an inviting 1930’s vintage “”bistro vibe””, with a lively bar, and […]

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Find of the Week | 25

Unless you are a Free People model, chances are you struggle to find the perfect pair of jeans right off  of the rack. I love AG Adriano Goldschmied jeans. They do require a trip to the tailor in the standard inseam, but as far as cropped denim goes, it’s typically the perfect length. The only […]

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