Hi friends! This is a local post – if you are from Rhode Island, then you probably already know about the Fantastic Umbrella Factory in Charlestown. If not, then you’re going to want to go ASAP – trust me!! This is literally RI’s greatest gem. The entire property is pure magic – from a bamboo field to botanical gardens to henna to arty stores to a delicious cafe… and everything else in between. I’ve been coming here since freshmen year of high school, and I always make a point to visit during the summer especially. It’s unlike anything else, and it’s full of whimsy and treasures.
Also – if you’ve ever said to me, “I love your earrings/rings/necklace!” then just know it was prrrroooobably from here ;) I have basically bought out the whole store over the years. It’s also where I grab all my tapestries, wind chimes, and sundresses.
I just can’t say enough good things about this! Words won’t do it justice, so I am going to just plop all of these photos on here. If I had to choose what my heaven would look like… well, here it is, folks. <3
Another beautiful few weeks gone by, with some more magical moments. Here’s what I’ve been up to lately. xx
good morning :)
Let’s talk coffee. I never wanted anything to do with coffee until sophomore year of college. Surprisingly, it wasn’t because I was too tired or pulling all-nighters… it was because sipping coffee in a lecture hall somehow made the class go by faster. Maybe it’s because I had something else to do aside from listen? I have no idea, but… it helped. I would grab my iced blueberry at Bagelz on campus and be good to go.
Since then, I’ve become a coffee feen. My favorite thing to do on a Saturday morning is grab coffee with Joe at our favorite shop and walk around town. It’s perfect. I mean… look…
For being the smallest state, Rhode Island has a ton of veg-friendly restaurants. I’m not sure what I would do without these places – it would be salad and fries for me all the time. Wompwomp.
Instead, I am kinda like the #17 GIF from our Vegan GIF post. Or like this:
Okay, let’s move onto the restaurants now.
Maintaining a vegan diet is easy when you’re at home. You have your own pantry, fridge and favorite kitchen gadgets to work with. But when you’re traveling, your options are much more limited. Luckily, with a little research and a willingness to wander off the beaten path, you can stick to your plan and still have an excellent trip! Continue reading
Over the weekend, Joe, myself, and the rest of my family headed to Boston for SoWa Sundays. If you live in the New England area, this is the place to be on a sunny Sunday! Farmer’s market, vintage market, food trucks… what’s not to love? There is nothing better! Figured I would share a few pics with you.