Friday Favorites #48
Happy Friday, friends!
It's been a while since I posted a Friday Favorites, however I am hoping to make it consecutive moving forward and making a clear direction in where it will go! More on that at a late time. It's been a little crazy around here as I am still searching for a full time job, blogging part time, and spending more time crafting my photography skills! My father being a photographer, I never thought I would take an interest, and yet now I can't put down the camera. I am really liking landscape and nature photography, so we will see where that takes me.
Sunday I attend the Giants game, Tuesday I spent the day in the city with friends visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art and having drinks on the rooftop bar at The Peninsula Hotel. This weekend I am heading back into the city on Sunday to attend one of the New York City Wine & Food Festival events! You can read about the event I attended last year and I will be sure to recap this one as well!
|Rooftop at The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
Wait four hours after I wake up for a cup of coffee? No better time to try then now. Can you wait that long?
I am sensing a theme, one that maybe we should all take part in, unplug and enjoy our surroundings. Here are 10 destinations to unplug! I will say I am hoping to drive through New England this fall as it is a quick drive from New Jersey! Do you have any recommendations?
"NJ native Dan Fogelman never imagined his hit series "This Is Us" would make viewers cry so much" via New Jersey Monthly. Do you watch it?
I am loving this color combination, Navy/Burgundy especially in a blanket scarf! Perfect for chilly fall nights, to wear when traveling on the plane as well as adventures during the winter! Do you own a blanket scarf?
As always be sure to share in the comments what you are loving or what is making you smile this week!
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