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spinach and artichoke dip pizza

I’m going to go out on a limb and say this is the recipe you never knew you needed…until now. At least that was the case for me—it wasn’t until I was out to dinner Friday night and has a slice of spinach and artichoke dip PIZZA that I was like, “Wait a minute. Wait. A….

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entertaining must haves for a stress-free night

I love entertaining friends. Whether it’s a group before a night out or a dinner at home with girlfriends, there is nothing that makes me happier than the whole hosting shindig—cleaning the apartment, setting the scene and cooking up a yummy meal. It’s easy, however, for entertaining to quickly go from delightful to stressful. Here are…

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eggs in a frame

If you’re looking for your new favorite weekend breakfast dish, look no further than eggs in a frame. I can’t even take credit for this dish—I’ve had this for as long as I can remember every time I’ve slept over my roommate’s parent’s house—it’s her Dad’s signature breakfast dish. I knew I wanted to try…

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9 home decor shops stealing my $$

Lately, I’m not nearly as excited by the idea of updating my wardrobe as I am by the idea of updating my home decor. My roommates and I are planning a living room makeover (more on that later!) and I can’t stop scouring home decor sites for cute pillows, rugs and accessories for my bedroom…

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blistered tomato and lobster pasta

This pasta is one of the most faux-fancy dishes ever. I mean, it looks a bit fancy, right? And it has lobster in it so it sounds fancy, right? Only it’s super simply, super flavorful and a great reason to eat pasta every day of the week for lunch and dinner (as if you needed an excuse)….

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how to stay sane traveling for work

You may have noticed from my Instagram, but I’ve been doing a ton of traveling for work lately (in fact, I’m writing this post on the plane to California right now). As someone who never traveled for work up until this point, traveling for something other than pleasure has been an adjustment. Don’t get me…

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the new gallery wall: picture ledges

Gallery walls will always be classic—you can find them pretty much in any home you set foot in these days, winding up a staircase or serving as the backdrop to a bed. We have several in our apartment, and while I love them, I’m beginning to crave a refresh. I feel like I read somewhere…

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the year of 50 books: 36-40

These are books 36-40, which means I’m only 10 books away from finishing 50 in one year (I started this little “challenge” in March, so I’m giving myself until then to finish). I have to admit, I’ll be sad when this is over—I like having a documentation of what books I’ve read (It makes it…

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5 important lessons I’ve learned from yoga

Yoga is something I wish I’d been doing my entire life. It wasn’t until oh, about four years ago that I even took a class in attempt to stave off some back issues I was having, but now I’m hooked. I try to make time for at least one, if not two classes a week…

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vanilla madeleines with berry compote

Sometimes, you just want to treat yourself to dessert. I’m not talking about a few spoonfuls from your favorite Ben & Jerry’s container—I’m talking about real, true dessert. The kind you’d treat yourself to once every month or so while at your favorite restaurant. Only you can make these madeleines from home, which is a…

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