The Brunch Review: Tico (Washington, DC)

Hello there fellow brunch lovers. This post is WAY overdue. (Seriously, I went to this brunch legitimately in February LOL). Life has gotten a liiiiitle bit crazy lately but this was a fab brunch (with some fab company) & I definitely wanted to share it. So without further ado, here’s my review on Tico, you’re new fave spot in Washington, D.C. 

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10 Tips for Pulling Off an Awesome Friendsgiving

When my group of friends and I were juniors in college, we decided to throw our first Friendsgiving (read about it here).  We had just moved into our junior apartments and figured we could all manage to make traditional Thanksgiving dishes. What started off as 10ish people wanting to sit around and eat turkey turned into 50+ friends reserving a lecture hall & my friends Danielle and Christa making not one, but two turkeys.

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The first Friendsgiving

Senior year, we had another Friendsgiving, just as big, just as fun. When we all graduated, we dropped the ball on Friendsgiving (idk, we were learning how to be adults or something), but then last year we came back in full force (albeit smaller than our original Friendsgiving) and managed to pull off the prettiest/most adult meal I’ve ever had.

Friendsgiving 2017 will be happening next weekend, and it’s safe to say that my friends and I have this whole Friendsgiving thing down pat. So, I wanted to share some expert tips on how to throw your very own awesome Friendsgiving. Gobble, gobble.

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10 Types of Friends You Have in Your 20’s

Making friends in your 20’s is always an interesting balance. You may have some friends from high school, a handful from college, but there’s also the challenge of making new friends post-grad. Friendships also grow and change as we’re all trying to be adults~, but here are the 10 types of friends you probably have throughout your 20’s. Thank goodness for good friends, right? Not sure how we’d survive without them.

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