My big project right now is working on an updated version of my Nantucket travel guide to answer all your questions and help you plan your stay — and I’d love to get your input! The new-and-improved guide will have sections for recommendations on lunch/dinner, breakfast/brunch, takeout, coffee, things to do and see, beaches, where to shop, how to get there, and where to stay. It will also be a permanent page in the header vs. a blog post you have to search for, and my hope is that you’ll use it to plan your travels or bookmark for once you’re on the island and looking for a place to eat or a boutique to pop into.
In addition to the categories listed above, there will be a photo and a blurb about what I love about each place (like where to find my favorite avocado toast or which restaurants are best at accommodating a large group). I’m also thinking of doing an FAQ section where I could highlight things like my recommendations for a Nantucket bachelorette weekend vs. places I’d recommend for a family vacation — thoughts?!
I truly love nothing more than showing first-time visitors around the island and have gotten many of our friends hooked on Nantucket over the years, so I’m dying to hear anything and everything that would be helpful for you guys as I try to make this Nantucket guide the very best it can be!
Two Bees Cashmere lobster sweater c/o (true to size, I’m wearing the size S for an oversized fit)
In other news, how fun is this navy and red lobster sweater? It’s by the same brand as the tennis sweater I posted last week and I can’t think of anything more perfect for a weekend on Nantucket. Rory was so excited when we pulled up to Sankaty over Daffodil Weekend a couple weeks ago — he instantly knew where he was and couldn’t wait to get out of the car and sprint towards the lighthouse. We have a family tradition that you have to run around the lighthouse at least once on every visit and I’m happy to report that Rory knows the drill! 🙂
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