December 16, 1773
This is the day when hundreds of Bostonians decided: “screw taxation without representation,” boarded three ships docked at Griffin’s Wharf and dumped British East India Company tea into the harbor while screaming “FREE TOM BRADY!” And just like that, the spark for revolution was lit.
What We Do
The Boston Tea Party is a revolutionary lifestyle blog.
As women who blog we often find ourselves being pigeon holed to one corner of the blogging world: food, DIY, crafts, food, style, music, etc.
We stand above the rest as a progressive, all-encompassing lifestyle blog for our readers. Our subjects are as dynamic as our audience’s experiences and interests.
So for example, in addition to clean, Martha Stewart-esque tablescape “how to’s” (which we love) and our favorite clutches this season (we have a lot) we will also give you plenty to read on the new female assassin in Assassins Creed: Unity and the impending Presidential election. No topic is off limits.
The Boston Tea Party is your one stop shop. Welcome.
Who We Are
Jessica is the creator and editor of the highly successful food blog Good Eats: Mundial and its sister blog, The Boston Tea Party . A graduate of Simmons College (Arts Admin & Political Science) Jessica has spent the better part of six years working in museums, corporate America, tech start ups and auction houses. She’s lived on the West Coast (really brah), down South (for real y’all) and eventually found her way back to where she started: the Bay State (wicked!).
cookbooks, Rick Grimes, manbuns, social media, giving unwelcome but honest opinions, Atticus Finch, food, writing, her iPhone, her family, men who hate razors, sunflowers, inter-sectional feminism, Harry Potter, John Oliver, her dog (Atticus) and her cat (Gryffin)
the tea party (the scary political party), people who use the word guru, how hot her car gets in the summer, Newport frat boys, mushy zucchini, people who dislike Skyler White, mansplaining, French food, when people who are only two years older than her refer to her as “one of those millennials”