The Big Move: Prep Guide

Moving is painful. The process is physically and emotionally draining and if unprepared, can leave you empty and lifeless. I just completed the second leg of the BIG MOVE—actually moving my stuff from Boston to New York. It was grueling, time consuming and I almost lost two fingers Continue reading “The Big Move: Prep Guide”


Shave it Off

A few weeks ago I shaved the back of my head, and it was the best decisions I’ve ever made. Here’s why you should do it too.

The decision to shave my head was the result of introspection, phone calls with my best friends and tons of Pinterest surfing for undercuts. Continue reading “Shave it Off”

Rainy Day Grey

The monochrome trend has been experiencing a huge resurgence. It’s on the runways, in the streets and all over social media. Kim Kardashian Continue reading “Rainy Day Grey”

Breakfast at 3pm

It is 3pm on a Sunday morning (yes, morning) and you’ve just roused from sleep. Your stomach is making noises that one should only hear at the Bronx Zoo so you head to your kitchen to placate it. When you get there, you realize that you’re only good at making cereal and you’re fresh out of Cheerios. What do you do? Continue reading “Breakfast at 3pm”

Working It

Outfit Specs

Top: burgundy blouse thrifted from Goodwill  Continue reading “Working It”

Smoothies: Not just a phase

A few months ago I made a life-altering decision—I bought a magic bullet. Continue reading “Smoothies: Not just a phase”

Find Your First Apartment


Finding the right place to live is no small feat—especially in NYC. The real estate market is swimming with scams, the rent is too damn high and things move F A S T! I just completed the process and I’m still alive to tell the tale, so I guess I did something right. Continue reading “Find Your First Apartment”

Baking in Beantown

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Spending the summer in Boston has been a blast! It’s scary how much time I spent in Cambridge without really venturing out into the greater Boston area. No worries, I’ve taken the last two months to make up for lost times, exploring bars, museums, parks and coffee shops before I skip town. Beantown really comes alive in the summer! Continue reading “Baking in Beantown”