Angela Bosco is a native of Westchester. She chose Briarcliff Manor as her home after too many hurricanes in Florida and too many people in NYC. She’s mom to her son, Blaise (2016), who’s energy she simultaneously envies and fears. She shares a love of adult beverages with her husband Michael who, like her, is in the spirits industry. A self-proclaimed expert multi-tasker, you can find her on the Hudson Line cramming podcasts, emails and breakfast while penciling in her eyebrows and trying not to spill coffee on her seat mate during her morning commute to the city. On her free time she struggles to choose between doing yoga, reading NY Times best-seller’s or watching all things Real Housewives: the latter usually wins out. In her 20s you could hear her asking when her life would begin- now in her 30s you’ll find her reveling in it-chaos and all.
apple & pumpkin picking

A Guide to Apple & Pumpkin Picking in and Around Westchester County

Nothing says fall like spending a day at the apple orchard or pumpkin patch. It's a Westchester County fall family tradition to go apple picking and pumpkin picking. Luckily, Westchester and the Hudson Valley area have lots...
fall fashion

Subscribing to Fall Fashion

Ah, gone are the days of quarantining with sweats, a tee-shirt, and the Tiger King. As we see more "normal" days in the not-so-distant future (please slow your roll delta), it means it's time...

To Infinity & Beyond. “No Really, What Comes After Infinity Mama?” and Other...

Age is only a number, right? Well, for my four-year-old, numbers are everything. Literally. Everything. To say he likes numbers is an understatement. Obsessed is more like it. And for this right-brained mama, keeping...

A Mom’s Guide to Parks and Playgrounds in Westchester

Springtime is usually accompanied by cabin fever and a winter hangover...factor in a year-long quarantine, and the term "caged animals" comes to mind. Luckily, Westchester is filled with amazing scenery and tons of fun things...
women-owned businesses

International Women’s Day Local Round Up of Women-Owned Business: Tarrytown

March 8th marks the 46th celebration of International Women's Day. A day when women are recognized globally for their achievements and contributions while also raising awareness about issues impacting women's equality. Did you know...
family game night

Family Game Night: Small Gesture, Big Win

Mom guilt is real. Mom guilt during a pandemic is real, normal. There are some days when my to-do list is too long, my fuse is too short, and I've given into way too...
cleaning after christmas

T’was The Day After Christmas: A Poem For Parents

With all that's canceled in 2020, I vowed to make Christmas a little extra this year. A lot extra you could say. And going a little extra on the decorating is all well and...
toy stores

Shop Westchester Toy Stores

2020 left no business spared from financial hardships this year. The hardest-hit businesses tend to be our local shops. Shops that rely heavily on foot-traffic to drive revenue. With a mandatory stay-at-home order the...
back to school

Back To School? For My Family, Yes. Now Please Stop Judging Me.

Back To School. A statement that used to serve as a benign reminder on a calendar for the start of a new school year has become a loaded question for so many parents today....
road trip

Screen-Free Summer Road Trip

In this age of uncertainty, one thing remains...summer is still on (it just may look a little different this year)! No need to cancel your summer vacay plans, you just might have to be...