At Home Cooking with Colavita Olive Oil

As a mild food snob, let me say this: Every foodie and at home chef should have their favorite go-to brand of olive oil. And if your olive oil is borderline yellow, then… Continue reading

18 For 2018

HAPPY BELATED NEW YEAR, ALL! The fact that this blog post is so untimely is the perfect example of why I gave up New Year’s resolutions years ago – I can’t even make… Continue reading

8 Reasons Why I’ll Always Love Christmas

For whatever reason, I feel like more people have been bitching about the Christmas rush this year than usual. I totally understand that not everyone gets all “holly jolly” during this time of… Continue reading

Aladdin at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle

Thanks to my mom, I grew up with a total love for musical theater. From the age of three, she took me to see productions like The Music Man and West Side Story… Continue reading

Stone Crab Season is the Best Thing Ever

I wasn’t sure if I wanted to write a blog post about something so seemingly trivial as crab (even though it’s my ultimate favorite thing in the world). But then I read a… Continue reading

Iconic Songs about NYC

One of my favorite parts about music is how certain songs can evoke distinct memories and emotions. Even if you’re feeling homesick for a certain place, listening to music can make you feel… Continue reading

A Mini Update via Tracy’s New York Life

I can’t believe it’s been five months since NYC kicked my ass out. One on hand, I think ,”So much time has passed, because it seems like I’ve done so much since then.”… Continue reading

Blasting Cellulite with Cheeky Cups

If anyone has ever told you there’s nothing you can do about cellulite, or that the only way to reduce its appearance is by dropping a significant amount of weight, they’re wrong. For… Continue reading

The GRAMMY Pro Summit: Women Making Music

This post is embarrassingly overdue – especially since it’s about one of the most important experiences I had in NYC. Back in March, I attended the Grammy Pro Summit: Women Making Music event… Continue reading

Using the NYC Subway

I remember riding the NYC subway for the first time six years ago. After taking a cab five blocks to the station… because I wasn’t exactly sure where the station was… I got… Continue reading