Welcome to Sara Levine!

Hello, hello! My name is Sara and I'm a 30 year old living just outside of Boston with my husband, Josh, whom I met just over four years ago, and our adorable mini-doxie, Nashville! We moved into our first apartment together in August of 2011 and enjoyed spending time getting settled into that first apartment. Just one year later, in August of 2012, we moved into our second apartment and settled in quickly! On March 29, 2013, Josh asked me to spend the rest of my life with him (you can read all about the engagement here) and I said YES(!!!), and then we got married on June 29, 2014 and then took our dream honeymoon in France and Italy! One year later, in June of 2015, we bought a house in the same town that Josh grew up in and we've been enjoying married suburban living ever since.  In February of 2016, we found out that I was pregnant and then in May of 2016 we found out that we would be welcoming a little baby girl in November! We are so excited to welcome this little lady into our family and our home!

Just before we moved in to our first apartment, Josh suggested that I should start a blog to highlight all of the projects I was working on, and all of the cooking I did for us. What started  almost two years ago as a small outlet for my creative side turned into an incredible adventure. Forever and a Recipe focused on my love of all things home - from DIY projects to weeknight dinners, and everything in between. When I started teaching full-time in the Fall of 2013, my need for the creative outlet and how I wanted to approach blogging changed, and for a few years my blogging became a bit disjointed and so I decided to change things on the blog. In the summer of 2016, I launched Sara Levine - a personal lifestyle blog that still allows me to highlight DIY projects and recipes, while also allowing me to blog about broader lifestyle topics - including marriage, parenting, and teaching. 

In June of 2012, I finished classes for my Master in the Art of Teaching in Secondary Education at Northeastern University. I graduated in September 2013, and began teaching 9th and 10th graders at the same high school at which I student taught. After a couple of years, I began teaching 9th and 12th graders and I focus on world history - both ancient (pre-1600s) and modern (post-WW2) - and it is truly my dream job.

Thanks for stopping by - I hope you’ll stay awhile and look through some of my posts. I love reading your comments and getting emails from readers, and I look forward to getting to know you as you get to know me!  



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