Cheers to Friday, friends! Thanks for all your love on this week’s posts…I’m thrilled you’re excited for the One Room Challenge, and were inspired by yesterday’s utility cart ideas. I love this little corner of the internet, and so appreciate all your support!
It’s because of y’all I was even in New York earlier this month, as part of the Better Homes & Gardens Stylemaker Event. I’ll share more on the one-day workshop soon, but today it’s all about the rest of our whirlwind visit to NYC.
Megan and I were able to stay an extra day, so we made the absolute most of our limited time in the city, and packed our itinerary with some of my favorite eats and activities.
DAY 2, 10am
We skipped breakfast the next morning, and headed over to Greenwich Village for one of my favorite NYC activities…a guided walking food tour. For three hours, our small group of food-lovers ate our way through the best little restaurants and shops in the heart of the Village.
It’s such a great way to learn about the history of a neighborhood, and discover favorite new restaurants. You can read all the details of the tour on Megan’s awesome post here.
I debated packing my rainboots since they take up so much space, but considering how much time you spend outside in New York, they were life-savers. It rained most of the day, but we didn’t let that slow us down. #frizzyhairdontcare
Not only did we stop to eat at nine different restaurants, but the guide pointed out Anna Wintour, Bob Dylan, and Anderson Cooper’s homes along the way.
Quick outfit change before heading out again!
DAY 3, 9 am
Time to head home with full hearts and bellies! #thankgoodnessforstretchyknits
Between the dry Texas heat and wet New York chill, packing was all about layers!
*This post was created in collaboration with Nordstrom, but all clothes, ideas & expandable waistbands are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep Hi Sugarplum going!*