New England’s Best Foliage Destinations

From late September through early November is a magical time in New England where we truly get to appreciate the beauty of having all four seasons. The air is crisp, the drinks are warm, the leaves ar... more »

Suburban Spotlight: Marblehead

Known for its affluence, natural beauty, and stunning architecture, Marblehead is a popular suburban destination for buyers looking to stay close to the shore. This coastal gem is 16 miles from Boston... more »

Boston’s Best Al Fresco Dining

Al fresco dining season is in full swing in between the record rain. While getting reservations for outdoor seating can be challenging, from first hand experience, it’s definitely worth a try. Here ... more »

Gift Guide for New Homeowners

With the influx in home sales in the Greater Boston area, it felt like the right time to post a gift guide for new homeowners. These suggestions work well whether you’re gifting to a first time ... more »

Five Things to Do This Summer in Your Own Backyard

This blog is a repost originating from Gibson Sotheby’s International Realtor. Stuck indoors working from home, helping the kids with their schoolwork and trying to pass the time in an effort to kee... more »

Boston Luxury Residences with Pools

Luxury residences featuring a pool, whether indoor or outdoor, offer an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life without having to leave the comforts of home. Check out my picks for Boston resid... more »

Nature Trails Close to Boston

With the nicer weather and restrictions loosening in Massachusetts, it’s a great time for cooped up city-dwellers to venture out to get some fresh air. One of my favorite non-work activities is ... more »

Making the Most of Memorial Day

This blog is a repost originating from Gibson Sotheby’s International Realtor. For many families, a Memorial Day celebration typically includes a three-day weekend packed with picnics, backyard barb... more »

Seaport Lights

‘Tis the Season for Holiday Lights in Boston

‘Tis the season for family,  friends, merriment, and lights. Curbed Boston recently released their list of where to see lights in Boston. Here is a round up of my top picks. Commonwealth Avenue... more »

How to “Go Green” in the City

City living isn’t exactly synonymous with sustainability, but there are many ways to reduce your carbon footprint and “go green.” Below I share some small steps you can take to live ... more »