When I spotted this amazing vintage caftan in the Goodwill Boston Outlet, I immediately thought of two things: Chevy Chase as Fletch (just add rollerskates), my favorite…
There are certain times when I really, REALLY miss being home in Boston, and this Thank Goodwill It’s Friday I particularly miss Goodwill Boston and all…
Oh man, what a nutty summer it’s been! We bought a house. We traveled to Oregon & Washington to visit my grandma on her 89th birthday…
There is perhaps no store opening I get more excited for than the opening of a new Goodwill. The fresh promise of serendipitous thrift scores in a brand-spanking-new shop and the knowledge that it means new revenue for one of my favorite charitable organizations. Yup, it’s like Christmas morning & my birthday rolled into one.
I don’t know about your week, but my Friday could not have come fast enough.
Confession: For someone who spends as much time around and in front of cameras as I do, it’s a little absurd how much I’ve historically hated having my picture taken. Like, as in loathe and squirm and generally strategize every possible way get out of it.
Today is the day, it’s officially here! I feel like I’ve been prepping for my first SXSW as a local Austinite for months, and today it’s all (a little too) real.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned living in Austin, it’s that there’s never a shortage of visitors in from out of town — and they all want to find cowboy boots on a budget. (At least, all my friends & family members have!)
It’s our first Christmas season in Texas, and not only do I miss spending festive nights and celebrating decades-old holiday traditions with friends and family back in Boston, I miss seeing familiar Christmas decor — around the city and even in our own home.
This Christmas, I’m especially grateful for New England thrift stores — in particular, my heart, my home, my not-so-secret DIY resource: the Goodwill Boston Outlet. I’ve learned the hard way over the past two weeks not to assume that I can find plaid shirts or any