Ele Forman

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Philly: A Week in Life

Philly: A Week in Life

Life lately has been a reassuring march towards “normal”. Remote work transitioned to hybrid in September and its been great reconnecting with colleagues. We … View Post
Philly: An Autumn Day at Terrain and Longwood Gardens

Philly: An Autumn Day at Terrain and Longwood Gardens

My husband and I were married on a beautiful autumn day. This year, we celebrated with brunch at Terrain (at Styers), browsed around the … View Post
When Life Gives You Lemons

When Life Gives You Lemons

Life lately has been a basket full of lemons and so I could not help but think of the proverbial phrase “when life gives … View Post
Travel Notes: Fusterlandia in Cuba

Travel Notes: Fusterlandia in Cuba

Memorial Day Weekend is meant for us to take a pause and pay tribute to those who lost their lives in service to our … View Post
Philly: Tourist in my Own City

Philly: Tourist in my Own City

There were some silver linings this past year. It forced me to slow down and stay close to home. By doing so, I discovered … View Post
Count the ways to be kind

Count the ways to be kind

I am taking a break from a work-week that has been stressful. I’m imagining urgent emails that need to be answered and doing … View Post
Thoughts on Sustainable Fashion

Thoughts on Sustainable Fashion

I have been thinking about sustainable fashion and what it means to me. It was a couple of years ago when I first saw “… View Post
Philly: Discovering Graffiti Pier – A Hidden Gem

Philly: Discovering Graffiti Pier – A Hidden Gem

Not too far from the heart of Center City Philadelphia is a place called Graffiti Pier (also known as Pier 124). For decades, this collection … View Post
A Life Centered Around Social Distancing

A Life Centered Around Social Distancing

These are strange and unsettling times and another testament to how life as we know it could change in a second. It was just … View Post
Philly: Brunch Places we ❤️

Philly: Brunch Places we ❤️

My husband and I enjoy going out to brunch on the weekends. It’s how we reconnect after the busyness of the week. Here … View Post
Travel Notes: Hotel de Glace (Ice Hotel) in Quebec City

Travel Notes: Hotel de Glace (Ice Hotel) in Quebec City

When I was planning my weekend trip to Quebec City, one of the things that I was looking forward to was a new winter … View Post
Travel Notes: Old Quebec

Travel Notes: Old Quebec

I spent three days in snowy and freezing Quebec City to see my nephew play in the annual PeeWee Ice Hockey Tournament and to … View Post
Travel Notes: Amsterdam

Travel Notes: Amsterdam

When the opportunity to travel to Amsterdam came up, I jumped at the chance even if it meant doing it solo. I flew in … View Post
Travel Notes: Bar Harbor, Maine

Travel Notes: Bar Harbor, Maine

We headed north to Bar Harbor, Maine for this summer’s family road trip.  It was a 10 hour drive from Philadelphia to … View Post
Good Housekeeping Report on Smart Travel

Good Housekeeping Report on Smart Travel

Every now and then I come across a truly helpful article and one that is worth sharing. Here are pages from the April 2019 Good … View Post
Travel Notes: Phoenix

Travel Notes: Phoenix

City destinations within the US and other developed countries have seemingly morphed into one predictable look but every now and then you come to … View Post
Travel Notes: A Beach Vacation

Travel Notes: A Beach Vacation

Almost every summer, we spend a week vacationing with my sister and her family. This year, we returned to our favorite place in North … View Post
Travel Notes: BlogHer Conference, South Street Seaport, Oculus, and the High Line @NYC

Travel Notes: BlogHer Conference, South Street Seaport, Oculus, and the High Line @NYC

Good Saturday everyone!  I’m taking it slow and easy today after a week of traveling for business, attending a two-day blogger conference, socializing, “… View Post
Philly: Brunch, Garden, and Stroll @Philadelphia Rail Park

Philly: Brunch, Garden, and Stroll @Philadelphia Rail Park

My oh my, July is almost over and we have one month of Summer 2018 remaining.  I do hope that summer (or the mid-year) is … View Post
Wellness is the New Luxury

Wellness is the New Luxury

“Luxury … is to go to SoulCycle and treat yourself to an avocado toast, instead of going to buy those new Gucci loafers,” Owens said. … View Post