My GOODNESS, you guys, these past few weeks have been jam packed with travel, family time, homework, teaching, picnicking, kickboxing, yoga-ing, sunset-chasing, sweating, firework-watching, and a teeeeensy bit of sleeping, just for good measure. I know I say this about every season of life, but July is truly proving to be one of the busiest yet.
Since I’m busy teaching at the FBP Summer Dance Intensive and a few other summer workshops around the area this month, I’ve sticking close to home with some fun New England jaunts between homework cram sessions. A little round up of seasonal spots to match this smorgasbord of photos, if you’re interested…
Watch Hill for a beach day, a glass of rosé at Olympia Tea Room, and a sunset.
Little Compton for the cutest general store, massive waves, and a nostalgic private(ish) beach.
York, Maine for family dinners, lighthouse jogs, and watching a little bug dig holes at the beach.
Boston for Fourth of July fireworks, Turkish breakfast, serene museum visits, massive vegan salads, and yes, another long walk on the beach.
Providence for proper Prospect Park picnicking and catching up with best friends.