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December is definitely the happiest, sparkliest month of the year. The holidays are here, and there are celebrations galore! It’s the time to reflect on the year that’s fleeting by us, filled with gratitude. We must also, create space for good things to come, and usher in the new year.
Golden leaves, crisp air, cozy knits, and pumpkin-spice everything—fall is such a special time of the year.
Fall is in full swing and there’s a sense of revelry in the air. In the blink of an eye—it will be New Year’s Eve, but before that there are so many good times to be had, gifts to be opened, wines to be sipped, and so much fun to be had!
There’s nothing quite as gorgeous as summer in the Pacific Northwest and one of my favorite summertime activities is outdoor concerts that go on till late at night.
Just in time for some springtime indulgence, Taste Washington, the nation’s largest, single-region food and wine festival returns March 28th through 31st. The festival is the ultimate word for food and wine connoisseurs, and there are many interesting events to check out—like the Sunday Brunch, Taste Washington on the Farm, and The New Vintage.
“Either give me more wine or leave me alone.”― Rumi
We’re less than a month away from 2019, and eagerly anticipating the most wonderful part of the year. Christmas trees, hot chocolate, cozy knits, and so many gifts. One of the best parts is giving and receiving gifts. Gifting is an art but can also become stressful at times.
There is a sense of celebration in the air, with Christmas around the corner. The most festive (and delicious!) time of the year is almost here. It’s time to catch up with friends and family over lingering feasts and conversations. Good food and wine are synonymous with Christmas parties. While most of us plan the food way in advance, picking out the wines is often a last-minute stressor. It doesn’t have to be that way!