• Artistscent Candle Company & Why They’re So Great

    Natalie and I crossed paths at some point about a year ago and I couldn’t be more thankful. She is a kind and generous woman, wife and mother and fragrance expert who happens to own her own company making candles! What’s unique about this company, is Artistscent creates beautiful scented candles in partnership with artists. Each candle’s design is thoughtfully derived from an original piece of art, which Artistscent adapts and permanently screens onto reusable glass vessels through an exclusive license. Artistscent works closely with artists to create custom fragrances that complement each piece and bring it to a new dimension. It is a fusion of art and scent like no other. It’s such a cool concept and so different from anything else you’ve ever seen. The benefit to this process of screen printing, is these glasses can be washed and it won’t ruin the imagery, so after you burn out the candle, these containers can be repurposed. I’m going to share some of the candles I have and some other favorites that I have sampled! These would make such great gifts for hose warming. hostess gifts, teacher gifts; especially that art teacher 😉 and you would be supporting a small business!
    They’re having a Black Friday Sale w/ BOGO 50% Off!!

    From the four-color screen printing process to fragrance creation to the thoughtful packaging, it’s all hands-on. Artistscent strives to work with small US business vendors, many of which are family-owned. All products are 100% made in the USA.

    Meet The Artists

    Ron Chereskin

    Ron Chereskin began his career as a freelance illustrator quickly rising to prominence by producing award winning magazine covers, as well as commissioned paintings and illustrations. His works are on permanent display in the library of The House of Representatives in Washington, DC and MOMA in New York City. Now for the first time and under the Modernist brand, Ron brings four of his favorite graphics into scented candles, combining his stunning designs with his fragrance vision for each.


    Coral is my favorite! Linked here!



    Elizabeth “Lizzi” Karlson


    Illinois-based contemporary abstract artist, Elizabeth “Lizzi” Karlson, is deeply influenced by nature and emotions. Her paintings are full of color, texture, and calming energy. Each piece is unique and is a release of her thoughts, emotions and inspirations. Colorful, moody, calm, or vibrant, the colors of each painting interact to create an ethereal scene and evoke a unique set of emotions for the viewer. Each person will feel and see something different.


    Some Winter/Holiday must haves are linked here —> Evergreen Shore | Soul Flame | Dockside Morning


    Ronnie Queenan

    Texas-based self-taught modern abstract artist, Ronnie Queenan, began his career as an accountant. After being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, Ronnie discovered his artistic talent when a friend suggested he attend a healing art class. “From that first day, my life changed forever. I think my art came about as a blessing in disguise.” Painting has had a positive effect and it allowed Ronnie to actively ease his mental state during treatment for his illnesses. Ronnie has now been cancer-free for over eight years.


    Under Construction II is a great scent for the cooler months!


    The Process:

    Artistic elements and principles are embedded in Artistscent’s people and process. Fragrances: Artistscent’s custom and exclusive fragrances are based on each piece of art. The artist conceptualizes how their individual artwork should smell while Artistscent translates their vision into unique scents. It is a true partnership that results in a visual and olfactive fusion. Candles: Developing high-performing candles that burn clean and have a great cold and hot throw (the fragrance strength unlit and lit) is quite complex. It is an art unto itself. The custom fragrances are formulated specifically for Artistscent’s premium wax blend and cotton candle wicks. Candles burn evenly for approximately 55-60 hours. All candles use the highest quality ingredients and are cruelty-free as well as free of parabens, phthalates, sulfates, and synthetic dyes.


    I have so many of these candles and my favorite part is, aside from them looking pretty, they smell amazing even when not lit! If you like shopping small,
    even though you can get them on Wayfair, this is the thing to buy!

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  • Target Holiday Tablescape

    Target Holiday Tablescape

    Below I have some key Target pieces to make the perfect classic and elegant tablescape for the holidays!
    They are neutral, so they can be great accents to colored linens you may already have!

    These can also be used as mantle decor or styled on a console table!

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  • Pink Lily Sweaters

    Pink Lily Sweaters

    I went through 4 pages of Pink Lily Sweaters and these are the Fall Trends that I think are a must have for the season. They are also classic and will flow seamlessly into Spring! Don’t forget to use code NOVEMBER20 for an extra 20% off, making these a great deal! I have never been disappointed with the quality or material from PL and in terms of sizing, when in doubt; size up! Most of these are an oversized fit too, so you can also size down! Pink Lily sells out fast and these are hot items, so if you see something you love, I would snag it quick! Happy Shopping and comment with any questions you have!

    [I am 5’2 | 140lbs | S/M Top | Size 6\M Bottoms]

    Know You Best Beige Oversized Striped Henley Sweater | I got the Small | $48

    Lost Hope Sage Pullover Knit Sweater | I got the XS/Small | $52


    Lost Hope Taupe Pullover Knit Sweater | I got the XS/Small | $52

    All I Know So Far Stone Pocketed Fuzzy Sweater | I got the Medium | $42


    Under The Pines Evergreen Cable Knit Sweater | I got the Medium | $42


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  • Chicwish Fall Closet Staples & FAQs

    Chicwish Fall Closet Staples & FAQs

    Hey guys – I’m back again with more Chicwish items for you. This time, I did a Fall Haul and in my opinion, they’re a 10/10, run back and get them all in every color. As a matter of fact, I already own the knit coat in 2 colors! Blanket statement…each piece is soft as can be, stretchy and so versatile.
    Wear them with loungewear or dress them up. I will include sizing reviews below.

    This is the fuzziest and silkiest softest cardi. The balloon sleeve detail is also super fun and on trend.
    This is a great piece to make a statement with or throw on in a chilly office. I got a M-L but it is definitely true to size. I could have gotten my true size small and been fine; the oversized look allows this “size up” to work perfectly.


    This is such a great staple piece. It’s comfortable and has great detail like the scoop hem and the sides. It’s great for lounging or dressing up. I got my true size S-M and it’s perfect. This is definitely true to size.


    This jacket is a must for the cooler weather. I actually own it in 2 colors; tan and black. I have the tan in my true size and it’s just a little snug for me. I love an oversized fit, especially in this kind of style, so I got the black in an XL. A large would have been fine, but I love this so I am keeping it. I can roll the sleeves and it’s a very comfortable and chic statement “coatigan” piece. I would say size up 2 for the best fit.

    Let your search for that batwing turtleneck sweater end. This high low, ribbed sweater is life! It’s soft, stretchy and great quality! It’s not itchy at all, but instead, buttery smooth! I sized up from my usual S-M to a M-L and while I could have gone true to size, I love the oversized fit. It’s perfect for leggings, denim or trousers. It’s a great versatile piece and is definitely true to size.

    Below, I’m answering some frequently asked questions about chicwish!


    1. What is Chicwish? Where it is established?

    Chicwish was founded in 2011 and has teams in the U.S., U.K., and Asia. This boutique-style website is focused on providing vintage-inspired and handmade collections. The company provides both U.S., U.K. and Germany addresses on its About Us page.

    2. From which country does Chicwish ships its orders?
    Depending on what’s nearest to the buyers’ destination and the status of the stock, Chicwish ships its orders from the US, UK, Belgium, or China.

    3. How long does it take the order from Chicwish to reach the buyer?
    Generally, the delivery time of an order is 3-4 business days of processing time plus shipping time. One thing to note is that Chicwish does not ship orders on Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays.

    Customers may track their shipment through the tracking link that’s sent through e-mail once the order has been shipped.

    4. Where can you buy Chicwish?
    The collection is almost entirely exclusive to the brand’s website at chicwish.com, with a few pieces for sale on Amazon

    5. Does Chicwish ship internationally?
    Yes! The brand ships items worldwide.

    6. What is Chicwish’s Shipping Policy?
    The brand ships from warehouses in the US, UK, Belgium, or China, depending on your location and where the items are in stock. Shipping rates depend on
    the location, but here’s the breakdown for orders in the US:
    USPS Ground (8 to 10 days): free over $50 or a flat rate of $3
    USPS First-Class (6 to 8 days): flat rate of $5
    DHL Express (4 to 6 days): free over $150 or a flat rate of $18

    7. What is Chicwish’s Return Policy?
    The brand offers 30-day free returns. Items must be unworn, unused, and in original packaging with tags still attached. To start your return, simply contact the brand for a return slip and further instructions.

    I hope this helped you feel more comfortable about making your purchase. I’m excited to share more with you as I shop! You can shop all of my Chicwish looks on my LTK page!

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  • Simple, Neutral & Affordable Fall Decor From Target

    Simple, Neutral & Affordable Fall Decor From Target

    This post is a simple one. Just sharing some beautiful, neutral and simple decor pieces that can easily transform your space without breaking the bank. If you’re like me, you don’t go all out for the changing seasons. I prefer to keep it simple and use pieces that can easily transition and be quite versatile. I hope this helps pull together your vision or gives you the jumpstart you need! Happy designing!

    Idea #1: Throw blankets & Pillows

    Faux Rabbit Throw | Cognac Knit Throw | Neutral Knit Throw Pillow 

    These are great options for almost any color furniture, even blue would be a beautiful compliment, quite literally. Blue & orange are complimentary colors! Swap out pillows and blankets for an instant transformation. Drape blankets, kind of messily; for that effortless look, over ends of chaise lounges or the arm or back of the couch. Make sure to karate chop the top center of those pillows too for an extra fluff and high end look! If swapping out pillow covers only, make sure to buy the, the size down from your pillow to again, achieve the high end look!

    Idea #2: Candles/Holders

    Gray Pillar Candle | Tan Pillar Candle | Candle Holders

    Candles are a great way to add warmth and dimension to a space, even if you never burn them. Use varying heights and focus on color and the finish of the candlesticks, to tie them into your current decor.

    Idea #3: Greenery & Baskets

    Faux Ficus Tree | Handle Basket | Fall Leaves | Small Square Basket

    Every space needs a faux tree. It adds texture and depth and can really complete a space without adding too much on the walls or using bulky furniture. Elevate these simple beauties by sticking them in a basket. I’ve actually included the exact basket that I have my faux tree in, in our bedroom. I have these faux stems for almost every season throughout my house too. I keep the same vase and swap out the greenery to match the season. It’s simple, affordable and really makes a statement if used properly! Try to use at least 3 stems together to create balance and fullness. This little square basket it great too. I have the larger size in Jack’s room for his loose toys and it’s just gorgeous and amazing quality.

    Idea #4: Wall Art/Decor

    28″ Round Mirror | Vase

    These are two minimalistic and beautiful decor pieces that can be a permanent fixture in your space but really add some warmth and are quite eye catching.

    Head to my Pinterest or Instagram to get closer looks at my home and see how I put this advice to work! Direct links are right below!

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  • Pink Lily End of Summer Sale; To Take You Into Fall

    Pink Lily End of Summer Sale; To Take You Into Fall

    I was shopping the Pink Lily sale and found some pieces that are great to transition you into Fall along with some that you should snag for those vacations coming up in November! I personally find sizing to be pretty tts or size down one in the oversized tops. [in my experience]
    Check out the sizing guides and watch the videos. They’re super helpful! Happy shopping!

    Cooler Backpack  | White Halter Swimsuit | Shady Hat  | Midi Ribbed Dress

    Ribbed Tank | Ribbed PantsCamel SandalsStraw ClutchPink Waffle Top

    White Lola SandalsOatmeal TeeBlack One-PieceSmocked ShortsShirt Dress Coverup

    [I would actually size down 1 in the smocked shorts;
    I returned my true size medium for small and they fit so much better!]

    Bon Voyage Bag | Ivory Sweater TankOversized BlouseWhite Midi Dress

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  • Transforming A Colonial Into A Modern Farmhouse – Our Exterior Renovation

    Transforming A Colonial Into A Modern Farmhouse – Our Exterior Renovation

    Updated: Jul 16, 2021

    About a year ago, we purchased our first home. It was a cedar shake, 1963 Colonial that sits on approximately an acre of property. The house was great when we purchased it; it was warm, cozy and super inviting. Having said that, it was a colonial, and that means walls! We spent 10 years in Hoboken, so when we moved down here, we wanted one thing…SPACE. This meant outside and in. Plus, the ever so popular modern farmhouse trend was fresh on my mind. Honestly though, I drew up what I wanted our “dream” home to look like 2 years before buying it. We just knew that we had to find a house that would allow us to complete this very specific transformation, and…we found it.

    I’m starting with the exterior and will gradually work my way around the interior. We did so much and still have so much planned. I hope you enjoy the process as much as we do!

    The plan for the exterior, to take it from Colonial to Modern Farmhouse, was to add the peaks above the windows, extend the porch across the front, build a vaulted barrel portico over the door and finally, build a raised porch. You can see the before, during and after here.

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    What did we use?

    We used Alside siding; it’s an 8″ wide, vinyl plank, EPS rigid foam backed siding. This is nice because it helps tremendously with energy savings by keeping the house warm/cool all year and [my favorite] no bugs! They can’t get behind it because of the backing. It’s solid, so this also avoids those gaps or dents that you see with traditional siding. It’s an easy clean with a power washer too! One of my favorite parts is the board and batten inside all of the peaks and portico. I just think it breaks it up a bit and adds some contrast. We have a lot of Azek material around too; the trim on the windows, columns and under the porch. It wipes clean with a magic eraser but withstands all of the elements. Not the cheapest but well worth the spend!

    We redid the roof with your standard shingle; Timberline HD, in the color charcoal [Looks black]. We went back and forth with the metal accent roof but ultimately decided against it because of how the roof continues over the garage. We didn’t want to just cut it off. We like the continuity.

    The decking is Fiberon; a form of treks decking. The color is Bungalow. It was about $2-3 a linear foot, which is definitely one of the cheaper options out there, but not THE cheapest. Again, another easily cleaned with a power washer material. It does get very hot in the sun though!

    Still to come:

    We still have to get shutters [we’re going with the black board and batten, naturally], replace the front door [although I’ll show you my interim DIY reno of it in another post] and get new garage doors. We also need a walkway and to redo the driveway. We’re thinking concrete as opposed to the normal asphalt you see around here. Neither one of us really wants pavers or stone. We want to keep it simple and in line with the “fresh and clean” vibe.

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  • Fire Safety Tips

    This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own.

    The holidays always bring me such joy and excitement; the food, cookies, family, decorations and the lights! THE LIGHTS! With my joy, comes nervousness and anxiety! Probably more so now that I’m a mom and homeowner. As it is, I walk around all day and lay in bed at night thinking, did I blow that candle out? Did I unplug the tree? Is anything in front of that outlet? Even just with this renovation in general, I wonder, is the electric done properly? It’s an old house…

    As a child, my best friend’s house was undergoing an addition and one night it went up in flames. As it turns out, it was electrical from the addition! Everyone got out safely, thank god and other than losing everything they owned, they were all ok! Just a few weeks ago, my husband attended a charity event for a family in town, whose house burned to the ground. It’s just scary to think in a split second, everything can change!

    I think about every room in this house when we’re in it and what I would do if something like that ever happened and we were in said room. Either because I’m a crazy person or just an uber prepared mom of 3 little boys and a dog, these are my practical tips for fire safety in your home!

    1. Mind your P’s and C’s [See what I did there?] Always make sure your outlets are plugged up with child safety plugs and if in use, aren’t within reach of the children and are not obstructed by anything! Keep curtains from falling in front of them, keep bedding away from them, etc. [That was the P]. If using candles, keep them in safe proximity from the children or anything drapey! This seems commonsensical but I can’t tell you how many times we have gone to someone’s house [who is either not as child safe as we are or who doesn’t have children, and the candles are just out for all to see…and touch!] Don’t think just because your kid knows better, that so does everyone else’s. Mine tend to be quite curious and the 4 year old’s favorite pastime is blowing them out. After all, we teach them from the age of 1 that candles mean fun and celebration, don’t we?

    2. Unplug! When leaving the house, make sure you blow out all candles, unplug the Christmas Tree or anything else you may have illuminated like it. NEVER leave the dryer on! This is one of my major no-no’s for us because we have a dog. I would never forgive myself if my urge to get the laundry done resulted in a fire while I was gone and Jake was trapped inside with no way out! While I’m on the topic of the dryer, remember to always clean that lint filter out…thoroughly and frequently!

    3. Have a safety plan! Teach your kids Stop, Drop and Roll, to stay low because smoke rises, test door knobs before opening doors, all the good stuff. Without a doubt, definitely have an escape plan. They have those ladders that roll up and stay by the window sill until needed and then unroll and can be climbed down easily to the ground. What doors will you use? What neighbors house will you run to? Who will get the animals?

    4. Hide matches, lighters and anything flammable and keep in a safe space. As an art teacher, we always had our stains and spray paints in the “flammables” cabinets, just in case they spontaneously combusted. As I’m writing this paragraph, I just remembered a friend who was building a new beach house and one of the workers put a can of stain and a rag in a 5 gallon bucket with the lid on…it got hot and it exploded, burning the house and pilings and the whole thing needed to be rebuilt because the structural integrity was compromised!

    5. Have Proper And Working Equipment: My last tip would be to make sure you have all of the proper equipment to alert you of a potential hazard; smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors etc. If you aren’t sure if your detectors are properly installed, you might consider calling in the professionals. Alpha Fire and Security Systems is your one stop shop to purchase and have installed not only smoke detectors but also alarms as well. They offer 24/7 monitoring on your home for fire and home intrusion as well as repair should something go wrong. They serve several counties in the New Jersey area including fire alarm installation in South Orange county so be sure to give them a call if you need assistance.

    P.S. For all of those who have real Christmas Trees, don’t forget to water them!

    Happy Holidays!



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  • Tips For A Stress Free Move

    Updated: Apr 7, 2021

    Having lived in Hoboken for 10 years, and [me] being completely insatiable, my husband and I moved quite a bit. We lived all over town; in walk ups, elevator buildings, on the main drag, in the back of town, literally everywhere. For every move, we did it ourselves, with the help of my brother in laws. The final move out was a different monster though. We had to pack up a 2 bed/2 bath apartment, a baby and a dog and move down to the burbs! We said we were hiring movers this time, obviously, and then, we didn’t. I will remember this day forever, because we happened to have moved the same day as our best friends. They were in Jersey City, the next town over, and also moved to the town in which we live now. Their experience went a little differently than ours; mainly because well, I married my husband. Here are my top tips for a successful and mostly stress free move!

    1. Sell everything you can! We kept the obvious major pieces, our beds…and I think that was it. I took pictures of almost everything and listed it all on Facebook Marketplace. Somehow we still filled a 15’ moving truck and had to make two trips…don’t ask me how. Basically, anything that I didn’t need to survive, furniture wise, we sold, including our couch. We were moving into a home and knew that we wouldn’t want “apartment” furniture, since we cheaped out on everything. After selling the good stuff, we moved to donating. What was still perfectly usable but not sell worthy, or just didn’t sell before we were ready? We put it all down in our lobby, which was the unofficial free trade system in our building. If you have a salvation army drop off near you, that’s an awesome place too, because you know the things will get sold to people who need it and obviously the money goes to a great cause. Anything that’s left after that, throw out! You’ll never miss it! The hodge podge cooking utensils, the old bath mat, garbage!

    2. After we cleaned house, no pun intended, I pulled everything from the whole apartment into one room and placed it into categories. All of my glass vases [don’t ask why I had so many], lamps, signs and wall decor, you get the picture. This made it super simple for me to see what size boxes I needed and how many. It also helped me see if I needed bubble wrap and other supplies I may not have thought of if I was packing as I went.

    3.Get the proper supplies. I have done moves before where I wrapped things in my socks and so forth. I highly suggest doing it right. I got the styrofoam sleeves for all of my glasses, bubble wrap sheets for the plates and the correct boxes for what you’re packing in them. Home depot has a great variety. They have heavy duty, which we used for our kitchenware and heavier glass vases etc; the more fragile stuff. We also got wardrobe boxes for our closets. They have the bar across them, so you just move everything over. We also filled the bottoms with shoes, some throw pillows and some other stuff that would do fine in there. The boxes are really sturdy and run about $15 each.

    4. Obviously everyone’s budget varies but if you can manage it, I would highly recommend hiring movers. Once you have yourself organized, make a list of what you’re taking with you and call for estimates! When my brother in laws showed up to help us, I was in the en-suite crying because I was so frustrated with the lack of organization happening…and you see how organized I was! Meanwhile, on the other side of town, my friends basically sat down with a cocktail and watched as their movers packed all of their stuff, moved it into the truck and drove it down to their new pad! I was still crying and drawing up divorce papers. I should have just called up last minute NJ movers! A great option is All In One Moving & Storage, Inc. They offer an array of services to help make the moving experience stress free!

    5. My final tip works for anyone, but especially those traveling with children. I would absolutely figure out what you use or need for a few days and pack it in a separate box or bag that stays with you! Think of it like the carry on to your checked luggage. When you finally get to your new home, you are probably going to be exhausted and not want to deal with unpacking. Make sure you have what you need for yourself and some cleaning products to quickly clean the shower, take a shower and go to sleep comfortably that night! Keep a pack n play handy for the kids, a set of sheets, bottles, favorite toys, sound machines, some clothes, personal hygiene products, maybe even a set of glasses or disposable items etc. It will feel so good to know that everything you NEED is in one place and you can worry about the rest in the morning!



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  • Local Business Love, in Pt. Pleasant, NJ

    Updated: Jul 16, 2021

    As many of you know, I was born and raised in Pt. Pleasant, NJ and while I don’t live there now, I am not far and still feel pride for the town that helped shape me! I love to support the amazing people and businesses who helped to make growing up there, memorable. So many local businesses have suffered over the past year and I hope I can draw some attention to a few below…

    Sunshine Daydream

    I posted about them not too long ago. I was wearing that amazingly soft, ribbed, long sleeve bodysuit and cloud like peach cardigan. Sunshine Daydream is a small boutique, right on Bay Ave, in the heart of town and have the best stuff! Everyone gets their gifts for their bridesmaids there, [like the layered necklace I have] shops for the cutest clothes and they have the most adorable accessories! [such as these delicious candles!] Their prices are on point for a boutique with high quality product. I’ve included links above, to some things that I own, for you to check out!

    Nature’s Reward Produce Market and Garden Center

    Nature’s Reward is a wonderful place to grab amazing quality plants, shrubs and flowers! They fill the sides of Bridge Ave and Route 88 with bright, beautiful greenery and pops of color from Spring to Fall, and they are so wonderful to work with! I’ve gotten so many plants from there, including all of my salvias! They’re a small family owned business and are always pleasant to talk to when popping in! The Bridge Ave location offers a small farmers market as well, where you can pick up delicious produce!

    The Beanery

    This spot is a great place, also in the heart of downtown Pt. Beach, to get lunch or even just an AMAZING coffee drink! The frozen vanilla chai tea is my favorite, along with their avocado toast! Just thinking about it makes me want to drive down and go! You can order online for pickup, dine in or even get your event catered by them! It’s a nice, quaint little spot to go sit and relax, and they’re kid friendly! You can check out their menu here.


    I’m sure many of you have heard of this magical place and while people think it is owned by Jenkinson, himself…it most certainly is not. It is, however, owned by a small family that has turned it into the main draw to our town in the summer. It has the beach and boardwalk, complete with rides and arcade games. It has a wonderful aquarium that specializes in bringing in injured wildlife and taking good care of them. I love bringing my sons here! It’s small and intimate and the staff are so knowledgable and love to talk about their area of specialty! They also have a plethora of bath houses, bars and restaurants and provide various entertainment schedules throughout the summer, from fire works to animal shows and more! You can definitely make an entire day and evening out of it!

    Baja East Surf Shop

    The place for all things surf, skate and snowboard. Baja East has the cutest clothes, bathing suits and fun things for around the home! You’re getting all of the name brands, ie Hurley, Ripcurl and then some you’ve never heard of…but they’re up there with the best! The one thing you will remember forever, is the smell of coconut wax, as soon as you walk in. It’s sensational! It’s owned and run by two brothers who have become well known in the Pt. Pleasant community, in which they live and raise their children!

    Vesuvio Pizza

    This is, I think, the best pizza in town! I use to go here for lunch in HS all the time and was always so excited the day that we chose to! They’re super friendly and it’s just a regular down to earth pizzeria. Easy to dine in or pick up and go! There menu is here.

    Cowan Investigation

    Bob Cowan, the owner of Cowan Investigations, is the best of the best. He is the former Chief of the Jersey City Police Department and has 35+ years of experience. Plus, he has built his business on trust, knowledge, and expertise. “Bob Cowan has invested in acquiring the latest high-tech surveillance equipment. While some other New Jersey investigators may have some of this same technology, what they often lack is the experience and expertise to use it properly. When working with Cowan Investigations, your trust and confidence in our work will be built on our many years of investigative and surveillance experience and detailed knowledge of our craft.” Your peace of mind is their business – they serve the New Jersey area 24/7 and Bob Cowan is prepared to put his wealth of knowledge and experience to work for you. If you need a private investigator in Point Pleasant Beach NJ (or anywhere in NJ), call them today for a free 30 minute consultation!

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