Welcome to The Boston Day Book, a curated guide to life in Boston written by sisters Laura Chassaigne and Natalie Kurtzman.
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Starting History and Goal
Keeping in mind to provide industry top-notch service to our users, we started our journey. When we started, our passion was to drive you to success by offering you the best travel & blog.
So that we can be a part of your success, we’re dedicated to providing you with the best service in the industry. Still, we are trying to give the best experience with our service.
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You already know that, from the beginning of our journey, we are trying hard to provide top-notch industry service to our users. It’s our mission, our passion, and our goal to help our users become successful by providing top-notch service to them. In this case, we’re dedicated to providing you with the best services in the industry.
According to our goal, we continuously try to improve our service by reaching out about travel & blogs. We are updating ourselves to provide the best service on travel & blog.
We hope you have enjoyed our service as much as we enjoy offering them to you. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us. Feel free to share any recommendations, errors, or other information. You are always welcome. We appreciate your time and patience. Thank you for reading about https://thebostondaybook.com/.
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After spending her early years in Boston, Laura moved abroad and has lived in Montreal, London, and Paris. She now shares a home with her husband and daughter at the top of Beacon Hill, and these days, she can often be found chasing her daughter in the Public Garden or downtown playgrounds. Laura has a background in art history and archaeology and is also a certified Kripalu yoga teacher. Connect with Laura on Twitter or Instagram.
Natalie lives in South Boston with her husband, Matt, and her sons, Milo and Remy. Natalie loves reading, taking yoga or Barre3 classes, wandering around the city, and spending time by the ocean. She loves to travel and writes about her adventures on her blog. Connect with Natalie on Twitter or Instagram.