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Want to Run a 5K: 7 Easy Steps for Success

By on January 31, 2017

  As someone who emigrated to this country as a child, there’s a special place in my heart for refugees seeking the American dream. Although I’ve traveled the world and found the “American Dream” elsewhere, the U.S. has been a golden destination for individuals seeking a new start from economic/social strife and warfare. I heard […]

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NYC’s Russian Tea Room

By on November 29, 2016

The Russian Tea Room If your ever in New York City and want to splurge on some fine dining, the Russian Tea Room is where it’s at. If you know me personally or your one of my subscribers, you know I love my afternoon tea. The sandwiches, the pastries and most importantly the scones. I’ve […]

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Autumn in New York

By on November 7, 2016

  New York: The City that Never Sleeps    We all know New York City as the city that never sleeps, rain or shine, winter or spring, things are always on the move. I remember being stuck in Connecticut during a snow storm a few years back, missing the Broadway show Mama Mia because all […]

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Eating Vegetarian in New Haven

By on November 1, 2016

Vegetarian and Vegan Food in New Haven:  If your health conscious or just love vegetarian and vegan meal options, New Haven has so much to offer. I reviewed Claire’s Corner Copia http://www.clairescornercopia.com/ on my local eats page, sharing my experience about my meal and my time there. I have to say there were so many things […]

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Authentic British Food in NYC

By on October 28, 2016

   As an island girl, I love Caribbean food. I love the jerk chicken and the curry shrimp, the salt fish and dumpling and the escovitch fish.  But as a true foodie, I also love exploring food from around the world, food that connects to other countries and their culture. On my quest to finding […]

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Connecticut Activities for Children

By on October 17, 2016

  Connecticut may not seem like the ideal place to vacation, but as someone who has lived here for almost 15 years, I can say there’s lots to do, especially for young children.  As a preschool teacher and program director we often planned several trips per year for our students and their families.  Some of […]

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The Nobel Museum-Gamla Stan

By on October 13, 2016

  There’s been several Nobel winners over the past month that have received recognition for physics, peace and literature. The most shocking came today with Bob Dylan being awarded the Nobel prize in literature for his great poetic song writing ability. The Nobel Museum is located in Stockholm, Sweden, Gamla Stan to be exact and […]

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