Being the mom of a really girlie girl, I never knew the hours of fun (and quiet) LEGO could provide. Also never knew that it could (and would) eventually consume my entire first floor. What started as a shelf for LEGO creations quickly transformed
I love structure, schedules and plans. But I also love being creative and spontaneous, sharing a good find when I want to. I realized last week that I have been lacking in the "eat" posts and made it a priority for this week. I've
As parents, we complain that our kids are tech-obsessed and rely too much on their devices, yet we are very much the same. They spend an excessive amount of time on screens, tablets, connected to wi-fi
Every Friday night, I look over the topics that we've posted to go out in our e-blast on Saturday morning and I notice that I didn't touch on every single category (eat, shop, play.) In an ideal world, I would post 3 times each week,
Last month, I was looking at my March calendar and realized that I needed some new and fresh topics. I needed guest bloggers. People who would write about topics that women are interested in, related to eating, shopping and playing in and around Westchester.
Guess what Westchester… we have our very own Drybar! For those of us who are cult followers of this blow dry only salon, this is HUGE news. For those of you don’t know about DryBar… you’ll thank us!
DryBar is a blow-dry only salon that
Save the Date!
914PopUps created by Sarah Schaeffer-Roth and Melissa Tomlin launches with its
Spring Fair on Sunday, March 19
from 12-3 at
Koi Creative Space in White Plains.
Come discover vendors and workshops focused on wellness as we move into spring.
Spring fashion, health, beauty products, food, personal and
Meet Heather Rhyu. She's a fellow Westchester mom who has recently decided to make the jump into being a small business owner, leaving her Finance job in the city, so she can have more time at home with her 3-year old daughter and 5-month old
A couple of times a year, Emma Westchester and Athleta Scarsdale team up to bring out some #momslikesus for a Shopping Event. It's a nice way to get to meet some local women, who are starting businesses or working as independent consultants. The common
I've never been the mom to think that anything worthwhile should come just from the school. Home is the first school and serves as the most influential place where kids learn. Formal education is only a piece of the puzzle and anything that's worth doing
"Spare Time." What a funny expression. You've read interviews where someone is asked what they do in their spare time. Who really has spare time? We'd all do pretty much anything for some of it! There's even memes about it.
I have a notes section on
Between Paint Nite Parties and Adult Coloring Books, it's clear that artistic expression is an outlet for lots of women. I started following these calligraphy accounts on Instagram recently. More than I care to admit. I watch the videos and find them soothing to watch
When Random House asked me to promote the Sophie Kinsella event at Barnes and Noble last week, they offered me the opportunity to have a 10 minute interview with Sophie herself. Since I had just come up with the idea for interviewing our favorite Westchester
LILIES & LACE TRUNK SHOW
at Wyatt Lily Boutique
Friday, February 10, 2-6pm
1 Chase Road in Scarsdale
Treat yourself this Valentine's Day!
LINGERIE AND PAJAMAS
Come in to shop our Lilies and Lace Trunk Show, be fitted for your bra and champagne!
Last month, Shawna and I had one of our working breakfast meetings and we had a list of people we wanted to get together with in the new year. Some that we have worked with for years, others we've met in the past couple of
When Shawna and I redesigned our site late last year, we decided to narrow our topics into three main categories. Our new site is keeping us more focused and we are happy to post within the following three topics-- eat, shop and play. Most
I'm so Westchester. A 30-minute express train could get me into Grand Central with ease, but it seems like such a hassle to go into the city for things. Plus, I like my car. The traffic is a headache and the parking is worse. So
My husband is a very modern, forward-thinking guy. If I had to pick one way that he's traditional (or let's say old-school) it would be in his appetite. He likes a nice dinner when he comes home. Breakfast is usually on the go each morning
One of our main categories is called "eat." Shawna is the restaurant-goer out of the two of us as she has a far more sophisticated palate than I do. I have a total of about 25 food items that I eat in restaurants and
It's no secret that I love LOLA. Since I discovered this boutique years ago, even before the opening on Mamaroneck Avenue, it was my go-to place for fashion finds and gift items. What I have noticed about LOLA over the years, is that they always