Monthly Archive: May, 2015

Farewell BB

“The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.” -BB King Yesterday, the blues world lost one of its greatest icons. Born in Mississippi 89 years ago, BB King… Continue reading

New York City Roomie Rules

Don’t be a sucky roommate – NYC is tough enough for people as it is. See my latest article HERE.

The Pros & Cons of Dating in NYC

See my newest article on TNYL about dating in New York City. READ HERE

I Love Lolë

A couple months ago, I came across the Lole website for the first time. Since I work from home, I pretty much live in yoga pants, PJs, or a tank top/boy short combo… Continue reading

Writing for Record Label Headquarters

Oh HAIL yeah, I finally get to write about my biggest passion – music! Check out my pilot article for Record Label Headquarters, a resource for anyone in the music industry, HERE.  

Menguin: Penguin Suits that Save Penguins

A couple months ago, I started writing blog posts for an online tuxedo rental company called Menguin. The marketing/branding nerd in me first noticed their fantastic online presentation (nothing about it says “budget… Continue reading

Being an Uber Minority in NYC

So… Pacific Islanders account for 0.1% of New York City’s population. REPRESENT, BITCHES! What’s it like to be a minority of all minorities? It can be fun – who wouldn’t like to constantly… Continue reading

Free Podcasts with Chalene Johnson!

I’ve been a Chalene Johnson fan for nearly seven years and consider her to be one of my mentors – not only in health and fitness, but in business and goal-setting as well.… Continue reading

You’re Leaving With Me: J Boog in Brooklyn

Q: What do you do when you’re living in America’s fastest-paced city and feeling homesick for the simple, island lifestyle? A: Go to a J Boog concert. Last month, Beks, Rae, and I… Continue reading

“Under the Radar” Fashion Designers

For Tracy’s New York Life, I chose five NYC-based fashion designers who I think should be getting a little more recognition than they currently do. READ MORE…