I love to lift. Nearly every day, the first thing I do when I wake up – 5 a.m. on weekdays – is head to the gym. Currently that health club is Athletic Apex – New York, located in DestiNY USA in Syracuse, New York. This place is amazing but part of its draw is the specially-trained personal trainers it has on staff.
I haven’t always been the best at rolling with the punches. In fact, I often would get severe anxiety whenever plans were about to change or if I had no plans or was unable to make plans.
Last week was a gorgeous week weather-wise in Central New York. One weeknight, our family traveled south of the city of Syracuse to a very special farm in Lafayette, New York, called Matthew 25. Founded 10 years ago, the farm is completely run on donations of time, talent and treasure. The farm grows crops and gives them away to the poor.
We celebrated over the weekend, just a tiny bit. What did we celebrate? We celebrated the fact that we’re finally making some progress on things around the house and the busiest of days are behind us.
Warm fall days have been the rule these past few months in Central New York, bringing outdoor fun to our weekends.
ONEHOPE Wine is a unique organization that sells wines for a cause. While the wines are mostly good, the company falls short on transparency when it comes to their origins.
Although we enjoyed our summer Riesling from the Mosel region of Germany, the retailer from which we purchased the wine, Vine and Barrel, was less than stellar.
Typically, people enjoy margaritas or Tequila on May 5, traditionally known as Cinco de Mayo. But, if you are a wine drinker, don’t despair. There are plenty of choices for you, too. I share my top five picks
A new, challenging workout needs a strong wine to accompany it. Sledgehammer Pinot Noir did the trick for me.
This post is a little late in coming. I’m going to reference Super Bowl LI, which seems like ages ago already! After making sure we could watch the football game by acquiring a digital antenna to access Fox, we settled in for the evening with our blankets, PJs and wine. My husband decided to makeContinue reading “Unexpected Pairings”