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Reasons not to miss the 2017 Las Olas Wine & Food Festival

March 2, 2017
Las Olas Wine & Food Festival

Didn’t get enough wine & food from last weekend’s festival? Not to worry!  Come get your fix April 21st when 45+ wineries, breweries, and 60 restaurants come together at the 22nd Annual Las Olas Wine & Food Festival. Sip & Sample for a Good Cause While you experience South Florida’s finest culinary & beverage talent supporting this event also benefits the American Lung Association.  Ticket proceeds help fund research/educational programming to fight against the third leading cause of death in…

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Lifestyle

Friendsgiving Fun

November 12, 2016

Where has the year gone?! It’s crazy to believe we’re just two weeks away from Thanksgiving!  Although a holiday mostly reserved for spending time with your family; myself like most others are equally grateful for their friends & colleagues. So how do you get the best of both worlds? Easy, host a Friendsgiving dinner either the Wednesday before or the Friday after Thanksgiving. This is one of my favorite holidays especially since over the years a friend of mine & her mom would host…

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Lifestyle

The Fit Life

August 8, 2016

Being in the events/hospitality industry there’s always the struggle of staying fit & eating right due to indulging on small bites at work or events.   While scrolling through the explore page on Instagram there was a post from the Fit Girls Guide (FGG) of a food shot one could easily mistake for a restaurant dish. While looking into it further and discovering more food shots mixed with unicorn glitter, and some major fitspo of women with unbelievable result photos this was definitely something I wanted to try.…

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Waves, Caves & Flying Fish

June 6, 2016

Every year on the Friday before Memorial Day you’ll find me with passport in hand & bag packed; ready to escape the city for the extended weekend. This year the destination was the beautiful island of Barbados. With an informative yet anxiety filled cab ride to the hotel; the taxi driver filled me in about the different parishes of the island, historical buildings, various attractions, events, and most importantly the whimsical method of giving way at the roundabouts. Exploring the…

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