All posts tagged: localbusiness

Humanity Style-Beauty Boutique-Lowell, MA

Tonight I had the pleasure of being part of a very fun event at Humanity Style in Downtown Lowell, MA. ¬†Raffles, giveaways, fun samples from Elaine our very own Mary Kay Consultant and free champagne! Ani, the owner of Humanity keeps inspiring us women to relish our femininity with the clothes she brings into her shop. From floral, flirty pieces to tomboyish button ups and hats she has it all. If you are looking for some chunky statement necklaces or dainty bracelets to grace your wrist she is the person to check in with. Located right on Merrimack Street in Downtown Lowell she is near all the hustle and bustle that we call home. Also present tonight was Elaine, a Mary Kay Consultant who had a wonderful display up and was giving away fun pampering, makeup samples and lotion samples. She makes a wonderful impression and was so quick to help and give advice. I always love the chance to showcase local business and tonight was no exception, with her bubbly and outgoing personality Ani …

Humanity Boutique

I have been wanting to do this blog post for a long time now, and I am so excited that I finally had the chance to do this. For several years a boutique in Downtown Lowell has had a special place in my heart and when I heard a new owner had taken over I had to meet her and I had to interview her. Because of this blog that I run I have had the opportunity to meet so many people and experience so many different aspects of everyday living. I want to give as much as I am given and more and I am just enormously proud of what this extremely intelligent and vivacious woman has done with Humanity and I hope you all enjoy the time I spent with her, the pictures we took and the conversation we had about all things Humanity! I was feeling super confident and carefree in these pictures below! Let me introduce to you Ani V. She is the owner of Humanity Boutique, funny, smart, outgoing, intelligent, …

Honey, Burgers & Art

I try to write about all sorts of things. Including places outside of Lowell where I live. The whole point of this I feel is to help myself and others expand what they are used to doing on an every day basis. We all sometimes get stuck in a routine which isn’t necessarily bad but sometimes you want to have a little adventure a little bit of something. Even if it’s just going and walking around in a different city and seeing new things and eating at different places. We went to Mill No 5 today which I’ve mentioned before but it is such a great place if you are ever in Lowell you have to check it out. The Apothecary shop there Red Antler Apothecary is phenomenal and Rachel the owner is a wonder woman and has a lot of knowledge to share with everyone who comes in. Today we were in a for a treat because there was honey for sale at her shop, pure unfiltered honey. I’m kicking¬† myself now for not …