With March being Maple Month in New Hampshire, sugar makers take advantage of the warmer days and cooler evenings trigger sap to run in the maple orchards, collecting that sap to make the maple syrup New Hampshire is famous for around the world. Many of the region’s sugar houses welcome guests to witness the maple Read Post
For this episode of Your Instagrammable City, we hopped in the car and drove north to Portland, Maine, where we ate too many donuts & oysters, explored the city’s marina, and went hunting for a few lighthouses. Wondering what to see, eat, & Instagram while there? Tune in!
We started in Boston, now we’re here (Portsmouth, that is!). Ready for the second episode of Your Instagrammable City?! We bring you to a few of our favorite spots… oh, and we upped the ante with some awesome drone footage! Missed the first episode? You can check it out here.
Over the past few years, I’ve become pretty obsessed with Instagram. At first, it was a platform I used to share photos of nights out with friends, drinks at brunch, a photo or two of my family’s pups, funny things I saw while living in NYC and so on. But, when I moved to the Read Post
Each week, I’ll be highlighting some of my favorite New England Instagram posts. For a chance to be featured, make sure to hashtag your photo with #TheNewEnglandLife. Missed my previous roundups? Check them out here. A post shared by Reagan | Boston (@heyitsreags) on Sep 14, 2017 at 8:27pm PDT A post shared by Emily Johnston (@fashionfoiegras) Read Post
OK, so I might be a bit biased because this lighthouse is just a quick drive away from my house… but even if it wasn’t, I’d still consider it my favorite, just because of this story. It’s about two bad ass girls from Scituate (where I live). During the War of 1812, the British tried Read Post
So… I certainly have an obsession with the Ocean House in Watch Hill, Rhode Island. It’s pretty fancy schmancy, but the neighborhood is quite the hidden gem of New England. Plus, Jeff and I got married across the street at the Watch Hill Chapel, so I always love returning to our summer stomping grounds. And Read Post
For years, as I bopped around from Connecticut to Charleston, SC to New York City to San Diego and now to Boston, I’d been craving a sense of community. A place that I could finally call home & become insanely passionate and involved. A city where I knew I’d never want to leave, not just Read Post