When it comes to the holiday of love, it’s the females that get all of the attention, usually. This Valentine’s Day, we are suggesting something preposterous, spoiling the males! Easier said than done, though, right?
Gift giving opportunities are generally focused on women because more often than not, women are a bit easier to give to. Gifts, experiences, food, love notes, nearly any act of love goes over well with women.
Baby, it’s cold outside, and we’ve got some excellent ideas on how to take advantage of being indoors! For the majority of Americans, months on end of chilly temperatures is a once-a-year event and can begin to feel like an indoor sentence. The winter weather is embraced excitedly at the beginning of the season, but once a few months have passed it’s less fun and exciting, right?
Celebrating love is fun to do any day, week or month of the year, but there’s just something extra magical about Valentine’s Day. As the holiday approaches, it’s a good time to a quick moment to consider how you’d like to celebrate this year.
Over the past year, the Essex blog has been a place for cooking tips, Vermont travel insights, wedding trends, and more. It’s been a year of adventure, growth, and connections. We’re immensely grateful for our online community and want to thank all of our readers! Everything we write is for you! To help you make the most out of your time in Vermont.
With an ever-increasing emphasis placed on fitness and wellness, the option to continue one’s workout regimen while on vacation is paramount! Wellness-minded vacationers should take a discerning eye to the website of potential hotels to see what the fitness options are, before booking.
Few other months out of the year set the stage for paranormal activity and interests quite like October. If ghost stories, haunted buildings, and an overall spooky vibe pique your interest, then it might be time to visit Vermont.
August is a distinct summer month, is usually filled with warm sunny days, and unfortunately marks the return to school and regular life for many. Now that August has arrived, though, let’s not dwell on the nearing end of the season or the return to our daily routines, instead let’s take a look at how we can savor every last drop of summer!
Sore muscles, sweat, and funky tan lines, the aftermath of an adventure fully experienced. Our great nation boasts a variety of incredible natural landscapes from white sand beaches, magnificent mountains, rugged forests, beautiful deserts, and more.
Freshly baked bread, farm fresh cheeses, and handmade goods are just three reasons why farmer’s markets are such enjoyable events.
Perhaps it also has to do with the fact that gathering the community together to buy and sell goods has been the way of communities for centuries past, it’s a tradition, a cultural event. Before the age of technology and the instant ability to communicate, farmers market’s were the place to socialize, catch up on community happenings and gossip. Though we longer need farmers market’s to catch up on the news, we need them for a very crucial reason!
Anyone who thinks Jazz is a dying music form hasn’t been to the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival. Jazz the musical genre that shocked and awed when it first erupted onto the scene in the early 20th century. The music that inspired a new gusto for life. The music that broke all the rules and relished in it.
Jazz of the past, present, and future is spectacular, and the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival aims to share, show, and teach the community all about it. This year marks the beloved festivals 34th year and it’s looking to be one of the best years yet!