Boozy Brunches at Pardon My French

I love everything French (except maybe their showers/water pressure). Unfortunately, my French speaking skills began to slip after moving back to the states, because… well… if you don’t use it, you lose it.… Continue reading

Athleisure Beauty is the Yoga Pants of Makeup

As a writer who works from home, my daily uniform is usually something along the lines of yoga pants, a tank top, and a messy bun. (I know… so basic bitch.) Apparently, this… Continue reading

Top 3 Upper East Side Sushi Spots

In case you haven’t heard, sushi is bomb. And it blows my mind when anyone who doesn’t come from a third-world country hasn’t at least tried the amazingness that comes in the form… Continue reading

9 Things I’ve Learned Since Being in the Entertainment Industry

Truth time – unless someone is in the entertainment industry, I don’t really like to discuss my music career. Why? Because nine times out of ten, at least one of the following will… Continue reading

Cheeky Physique – A Hot Body Sidekick

One of my favorite clients on my roster is Cheeky Physique – a line of beauty and body products that I like to refer to as “a hot body sidekick.” As Cheeky Physique’s… Continue reading

My Exotic Getaway Bucket List

Summer is here, everyone around me is taking vacations overseas, and I’m… stuck in freakin’ New York, spending my fifth summer in a row working 24/7. And the fact that I haven’t renewed… Continue reading

How to Stock the Perfect Mini Bar

One of the brands on my current writing roster is Flat 54 – a UK-based website dedicated to design and decor for small spaces. Having lived in London for several years before moving… Continue reading

#BlackLivesMatter vs. #AllLivesMatter

After a yearlong hiatus from podcasts, I couldn’t keep my trap shut about this topic. I had to speak out about this, because I’m so tired of individuals ironically calling the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag… Continue reading

Garb Day!

HAPPY GARB DAY! If you have no idea what I’m talking about, I’m referring to my newest obsession involving the three most adorable triplets I’ve ever seen and their local sanitation engineers. Heaton… Continue reading

Hokule’a and the Malama Honua Worldwide Voyage Visits NYC

For the first time in history, Hokule’a (a traditional Polynesian double-hulled canoe) has docked in New York City during its Malama Honua Worldwide Voyage. Founded in the 1970s, Hokule’a and the Polynesian Voyaging… Continue reading