4 Bits of Wisdom from Unexpected Places

I’ve never been one to ask for advice when it comes to my own issues. In fact, I’m one of the last people who would ever ask anything along the lines of “What… Continue reading

The Skirt Struggle

As I peruse what’s supposed to be one of the most sacred places in a female’s life (the closet), I am reminded of an internal conflict I’ve developed since living in the city.… Continue reading

Dang, Num Pang

If you read my previous post about The Melt Shop, you may have figured out by now that I have a bit of a sandwich obsession. I loooooooove me some sammiches, just like… Continue reading

The 2014 World Cup Mala Awards

I was a WAG (the UK term for football “wives and girlfriends”) during the 2010 World Cup. Four years later… I’m not. But even though my footballer ex isn’t around to do our… Continue reading

Baseball Mom

By the time I was five years-old, I had memorized 50 poems. That’s also when I had written my first poem/song – something along the lines of birds singing or some crap like… Continue reading

Anti-Aging Secrets of Polynesia

Since I work for ZestNow, a website “for women 50 and forward”, I thought it’d be fun to throw together an article about traditional anti-aging secrets that Polynesian women have used. Hint: Monoi… Continue reading

“OMG I Need It”: S/S 2014

I used to be one of “those girls” who would spend $20 on fashion magazines every month, analyzing each page of Vogue, and marking important facts and trends with post-it notes. Now that… Continue reading

Apartment Hunting 101

Before making the move to New York, I spent hours researching everything I thought I would need to know about the city. But it seems like no matter how many articles you read… Continue reading

OOOO TY KU

Awhile back, a colleague and I were invited to a promotional party for TY KU at the Gansevoort Hotel down in the Meatpacking District. If you’re not familiar with the brand, TY KU… Continue reading

Perfect Eyebrows: Thread ‘Em

When it comes to brows, it has always been about either plucking or waxing – that is, until I was introduced to the amazing world of threading and realized that New York has… Continue reading