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Halloween Date Nights in the Charleston Area

Last October, my husband and I went out for a lovely date night. We had dinner, a glass of wine and took a stroll through a haunted prison. Yes, Halloween is my favorite holiday and I’m not ashamed to admit it!  In fact, one of my favorite pastimes as a child was reading historical ghost […]

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Top 10 Things to do in Summerville this Fall

It’s finally Fall in the South!   The weather has cooled down a bit, the mosquitoes are gone {for a couple of weeks, anyway!}, and FOOTBALL season is here!  There are a ton of exciting activities going on all over the LowCountry, but today I’m gonna focus on the {not so} little town of Summerville. Here […]

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5 Favorite Fall Activities in Charleston

I love me some Fall. Being from Upstate New York though, there are moments when fall in Charleston makes me a bit sad.  I don’t think I am alone in this.  Fellow Northern transplants: Who’s with me?! I’m not sure whether it’s the vibrantly gorgeous leaves turning on the mountains in the backdrop, the nostalgia […]

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Fall Consignment Sales {Tips & Tricks}

Fall children’s consignment events are upon us! Yayyy! Christmas 1st, children’s consignment events 2nd when it comes to my annual excitement.  Okay, that may be an exaggeration but I really do get excited for these things! I have only been to 2 local events – Charleston Repeats (in Mount Pleasant) and Mount Pleasant Mom to Mom […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Fall in Charleston

Fall is upon us! The season doesn’t officially begin until September 22, but with the kids back in school we can’t help but get into the spirit and think about pumpkin patches, hay rides, Halloween costumes, and spooky haunted houses. Charleston has so much to offer when it comes to Fall events so we created […]

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Fall is my Downfall

Fall has always been my favorite time of year.  It represents the excitement of school starting, the anticipation of the holiday season, the entrance of cooler weather {finally!} and the general feeling of starting anew. Not to mention the pumpkin carving, hay rides, Halloween parties, family gatherings, pumpkin flavored everythings….etc. And the past few years, Fall has also been […]

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