Local Farmer’s Markets in Orlando, F

There are a range of different farmer’s markets currently going on throughout Orlando, Florida, which means there’s never a reason you should have less than stellar produce, meats and more:

Audubon Park Community Market
1842 E. Winter Park Rd

Mondays 5pm-9pm

Cagan Crossings Farmers Market
Town Center at Cagan Crossings. Four Corners area of Clermont

Fridays 4 to 7pm

East End Market
3201 Corrine Dr, Orlando, FL 32803


Deland: Farmers Market in the Artisan Alley
104 S. Artisan Alley, Deland, Florida

Fridays 6-9pm.

Kissimmee Valley Farmers Market
Lakefront Park, 201 Lakeview Dr, Kissimmee, FL 34741

Tuesdays 3pm – 7pm

Lake Eola Farmers Market
Sundays 10am-4pm. Lake Eola Park

Lake Mary Farmers Market
100 North Country Club Road, Lake Mary, FL

Saturdays 9am – 1:30pm

Mount Dora Village Market
125 Edgerton Court

Sundays from 9am – 2pm

Odessa Farmers Market
8701 Gunn Hwy, Odessa, FL 33556

Friday 11am-6pm

Let’s Eat: Best Soul Food In Orlando

The end of the year is the perfect time to eat a hearty and filling meal with a family and friends—and what better cuisine to accomplish that than with “soul food”? Orlando has a thriving and delicious comfort food scene that is sure to leave your mouth watering. Sometime we all get caught up in the “fast food” eating-out cycle and continually find ourselves in a McDonald’s line, but the next time you dine out, why not get some bang for your buck by going to an actual restaurant? Here are three great soul food places to try near your Orlando apartment.




Nikki’s Place Southern Cuisine

742 Carter St

Orlando, FL 32805

Phone number: (407) 425-5301



Oley’s Kitchen & Smokehouse

2700 Rio Grande Ave
Orlando, FL 32805

Phone number: (407) 422-7288



P&D Soul Food Kitchen

927 S Goldwyn Ave
Orlando, FL 32805

Phone number: (407) 730-3486






Bringing the Fall Season into Your Apartment

We get a lot of perks when we live in Orlando–the beaches, the weather and the soft sand, but we sometimes we wish that we can see the seasons change. Although we don’t have that option unless we relocate, we can always fake it! Here are some awesome fall decor ideas that will bring the fall season into your apartment.

Candles- Choose a smell that is associated with fall, such as warm vanilla, cinnamon or apple pie. Not only will the smell remind you and your guests of the season. The color of the candles, will add a nice “pop” to your space and really scream out “fall.”

Center Pieces- This is where you can get creative and have a little fun! Grab a glass vase and place some leaves or candles with nuts to create your own fall bouquet.

Colors- Fall is always about the colors. So switch out your throw pillows or throw blanket with “fall” like colors. Think yellows, burnt red and orange. You can even swap out your curtains or towels!

Well there you have it! Three fun and easy ways to take your apartment from summer to fall. If you have any other ideas that you would like to share, please comment below. Happy decorating!