5 Classics for March

In this series, I recommend five classics each month that remind me of that particular time of the year. For March I've decided to focus on a theme of change. Not only is the weather changing this time of year where I live, allowing our frozen bones to thaw, but unfortunate circumstances around the world …

APRIL 2018 | Wrap-Up

T.S. Eliot famously wrote in The Waste Land that "April is the cruelest month." Fortunately, this particular month of April has been remarkably kind to me! Between traveling, spending time with friends, starting a new term, and planning for some exciting days to come, this past month was filled with moments that I know I won't soon …

MARCH 2018 | Wrap-Up

{When you realize half way through April that you forgot to schedule your March wrap-up before you left to travel for two weeks... oops! Better late than never, right?!} It's official, folks: we're one-fourth of the way through 2018! I'm pretty sure I say this literally every month, but it's so hard to believe that …

MARCH 2017 | Wrap-Up

Ah, March: the green month of transition from winter to spring in which we all experience a sort of underlying current of excited anticipation... no? Just me? March has always seemed like one of those "in-between" months to me, standing alongside May and November as the chaotic calm before the storm of the months to …

March Favorites

March has come and gone, and what a busy month it was! Here are some of the things that I enjoyed last month: Blueberry Green Tea  You all know how much I LOVE tea. In the beginning of the month I went to Barnes and Noble and got a tea from Starbucks while I was …

March 2015 Wrap-Up

We are one fourth of the way through the year, people! March is probably my least favorite month of the year because it's so long and there aren't many holidays (well, besides St. Patrick's Day and Pi Day, but I'm not Irish and I can't eat most pies because they're cross-contaminated with nuts a lot …