The end of August marks our one-year anniversary for M-Squared!
Since entering our 20s, we’ve realized how fast time flies by and how important it is to cherish every moment. Documenting our lives over this past year has been gratifying due to all the great memories we’ve created together and apart.
When I visited Boston, I fell in love with the city, the walking, even the T stops.
“Never call them subways or metros. They’ll know you’re not from around here.”
That’s what my Bostonian friend told me as she led the way to the train station across from Tufts University, where she studies dentistry.
A month late on this post and instead of the typical birthday photos and outfit selection, I wanted to write something different.
No, I didn’t feel different on my 24th birthday - who does?!
Getting married is one of the most memorable moments in most married people’s lives. This is both due to the happiness that day brings and to the immense stress felt in the hours, days, weeks and months leading up to the big day. The attention to detail, budgeting, shopping, and time that goes into wedding planning is really overwhelming. At least that’s what my married friend tell me. While planning your own wedding may be strenuous, other people’s weddings, however, are great! The preparation is minimal but the adventures are many, especially when your friend is having a wedding in another country. If the couple is smart they book a weekend or however-many-days in a hotel where all drinks are pre-paid for, the beach is a walk away and there is a swim-up cocktail bar inside the pool. What else can you ask for.
This year my birthday fell on a long holiday weekend! I had an extra day to celebrate turning 24 (too bad Taylor didn’t write a song about it)!
Last year I celebrated my 23rd birthday by planning a trip to Epcot and renting out a condo with my friends. As stressful as it was to plan everything, it was well worth it - that one time… only. Planning a trip for a large group can be straining.This time around, the last thing I wanted to do was to be stressed out.