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I LOVE traveling, and I love sharing restaurants and things to do so other people can enjoy the same amazing destination. There are so many options, ESPECIALLY in a place like NYC, that the lists of good eats and things to do and see are endless. My getaway guides are simply meant to give you a head start so you’re not going into a trip totally clueless. You’ll find middle of the road restaurant options, and a few things to get your day started with adventure. I’m a huge fan of going with the flow when I travel, but I’ve found doing a bit of researching and pre-planning helps me get the most out of a new city or area. So, consider this your basic research. I’m going to give you deets by area so you have some places to hit as you explore the island.
This is a wedding I won’t soon forget! Rap-loving goddess Shannon was the epitome of the perfect bride in a stunning long-sleeved Wtoo gown, and her joy was unmatchable. There were several moments throughout the day she stopped and soaked in such a magical day (colored in perfect Autumn neutrals) as she prepped to marry the Jay-Z to her Beyonce, Craig.
“Shelby and TJ’s wedding was the perfect combination of casual and enchanting. The couple exchanged vows in front of a wooden arbor (built by the groom!) decorated with an arrangement of pink and white blooms. Shelby’s bridesmaids wore mismatched dresses in shades of lavender and blush and were escorted down the aisle by groomsmen in dress shirts and ties…”
I could try and emcompass the beauty of this gal with my own words, but you’ll get a beautifully painted picture from her’s:
“Little story of mine : started high school as a broken young girl with big insecurities. High school popularity and pressure to fit in really did get the best of me. These insecurities that I had deep down were what was guiding my every move. I look back and I see a girl who would give into things God never had in store for her. I made poor decisions and treated people badly. My heart would try to compensate for my insecurities by saying and thinking things that were insanely selfish and self conceded…”
I pushed against outsourcing for a LONG time because the idea of paying someone to do something I, technically, could do seemed unnecessary and too costly. However, I quickly came to the realization that I can’t do everything, and outsourcing no longer seemed like a luxury, it became a necessity.