About

Hi everyone! My name is Sarah and I am the proud author and creator of Free Living. I am an aspiring photographer trying to make the most out of everyday. I created this blog to be a place to share ideas freely. This is a place for pretty things, good music, good vibes, and my constant struggle with being gluten and dairy free. Join me on all my little adventures as I explore New England and beyond. DSC_0120DSC_0255 (1)

                 

 

Where have I been?

Wow, it feels like I haven’t posted in months, oh wait, I haven’t. Well today I am back. I just want to check in with everyone and also give you all a heads up to what is coming next. So for me these last few months have been anything but easy. Through the weeks leading … Continue reading

My 

My love My little bug All sweet and snug  My my my  How kind how soft  How mine you are 

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Oh wow Oh ow Oh Oh Oh I see Oh I cannot be Oh sweep me away dear sea Oh let me be free Oh Oh Oh no Oh just please go Oh but although Oh no you really are not any one I know

A few months I don’t particularly enjoy

  High School, that living, breathing monster With those piercing hooded eyes And that unwelcoming smile It begs and beckons and pleads And as we unwillingly proceed we begin to see That monster is me   A cough and a sniffle Somebody yells “foshizzle” An argument A compliment An accusation or two Welcome to our … Continue reading

You Are My Light

Regarding recent events I’d like to share a little message with you all. Love is the only thing holding us together in this world; hands down. Not the good music and sunsets, but the love. If you do not love and respect yourself how can you expect any one to respect you? You are smart … Continue reading

The First

I think that unfortunate repercussions brought on by poor decisions  are like the nesting bowls in my kitchen cabinet. You can’t see all of them, but they are there waiting for you to need them. Let’s all make some better decisions; especially today. 

Beach Week

Imagine a relaxing vacation along the shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. If you’re looking for a quiet stay then try and vacation during the week because that’s when it is most peaceful. The weekends tend to be a bit more lively. So now you know when to go, but what will you do on vacation? … Continue reading