Even though I’ve been rocking out to Christmas Pandora since the day after Halloween, the passing of Thanksgiving now means that the rest of you can jump on the holiday bandwagon. I unapologetically love the holiday season and every year look forward to the events building up to Christmas and New Years. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on
Has anyone else been watching Sleepy Hollow on Fox? I like it. A lot actually, a lot more than I thought I would. I stumbled across it last week on Hulu while trying to find something mindless to watch while I graded papers (story of my life). I didn’t end up grading any papers but
I feel like it’s been a trend in all the travel blogs and magazines to feature summer-centric beach towns as fall destinations. Since I’d like to be on trend, I’m going to follow suit. They’ve been pointing out that after Labor Day the crowds abruptly disappear but since the weather hasn’t made the full fall transition
The ending of March is always bittersweet. On one hand it’s my favorite month: St. Patrick’s Day, parade season, the Easter break (this year at least), and my birthday. On the other hand, I ate too much, drank too much, slept too little (I know, first-world, self induced problems–you don’t feel sorry for me) and am now
The holiday season is officially over which on one hand is depressing. Nothing says happiness to me more than Christmas break in NEPA. On the other hand, a respite is clearly needed. I always wonder where the people I talk to, coworkers and students, spend the holidays that they deem, “so relaxing.” While I love
I’ll be honest, I’m not NYC’s biggest fan. I don’t hate it by any means, I just think it’s way too expensive, way too crowded, and it perpetually smells like piss (apologies to any New Yorkers I’m currently offending). I do, however, love New York unconditionally at Christmas. While I haven’t made the trek to Manhattan
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