This past weekend, I continued my nationwide travel tour (or what feels like it anyway!), and headed to Charlotte, North Carolina to visit one of my besties and her husband. Lucky for me, these two love beer just as much as I do
Author: Courtney Osgood
It’s not often that you find an alcohol-infused truffle, much less actually have the opportunity to make one yourself. But a brand-new business in Boston is now offering that chance.
Earlier this week, I spent 48 hours in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Prior to this trip, I’d never been. Things I’ve heard over the years about Minneapolis:
This past weekend, I was invited to experience a sampling of what MarketStreet, one of the largest open-air marketplaces in the Greater Boston area, has to offer. Living just south of Boston, Lynnfield (on the North Shore) just isn’t a place that I frequent often. It’s about a 45 minute drive.
The weather in Boston has been all over the place lately. I blogged a couple months ago about how excited I was that spring was almost here, and then just days later we got hit with freezing temps once again (spoke too soon, I guess!). Just this past weekend it was 82 one day and
Subscription boxes are all the rage right now. And for good reason! They’re convenient, they allow you to try multiple items at one time, and what’s in the box is always a surprise. (Who doesn’t like those!?)
In the marketing world, there are two main types of consumers – the early adopters and the main streamers. The early adopters are the ones that jump on the newest trend as soon as it’s available; they want to touch, smell, experience whatever it is that’s new. The main streamers tend to wait until something
I hate tea. Always have. But I so desperately want to like it. I’ve tried so many times. I’ve tried all the styles – green, black, herbal. All the flavors – from fruits to flowers. Cold. Hot. You name it, I’ve tried it.
The “American Dream” was real for Carolina Salinas and Carolina Garcia, so they packed up, left Caracas, and headed for the states.
Anyone who knows me (even in the slightest) will know that I usually, almost always, have two things on when I leave the house.