We’ve gotten the gist of fall since September has past, and now are ready to dive deep into crunchy October leaves. Besides November (my birthday month), October is one of the best months in the fall. Trees start crinkling orange and brown, tons of orchards open up for apple picking, pumpkins pop up outside your neighbor’s … More Reasons Why October is One of the Best Months
Thank you for this featured post on self-care Brad Krause. I found it extremely impactful. Please enjoy the read. You can see more of his work here. How often are you practicing self-care? You may picture long meditation sessions you don’t have time for, but self-care is more about the basic routines that protect your … More 6 Fundamental Ways Basic Self-Care Boosts Mental Health
There will be a big event this Sunday (7/21) at the Brooklyn Beer Garden! If you’re in NYC, you should definitely come check it out. I’m having my two good friends (who are actually amazing DJs) come spin some fresh tracks from 3-9pm. There is a ton of cool art at the venue, which is … More Sunday Spin at the Brooklyn Beer Garden
We might well be into the middle of June by now but this rainy weather in NYC makes it hard to see the beauty summer usually brings at this time. When will this rain stop?? To catch you up a bit on the past few months, I moved apartments, switched jobs, and am finally getting … More My Kickoff Summer Concert: A R I Z O N A
Recently, I have been really curious about people’s attachment styles after reading this super interesting book called “Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How it Can Help You Find and Keep Love” by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller. Maybe it’s because I’m single, in my late 20s, curiously dating, living in NYC, meeting a … More Being Single and Finding Love: What is Your Attachment Style?
I couldn’t resist listing some of my favorite Valentine’s Day gift ideas from Jacaranda Living. I have always loved holidays since I was a little girl, and I still find Valentine’s Day to be a very special day. It doesn’t have to be about spending the evening with a significant other, but maybe a night … More Will You Be My Galentine?
It’s November 6th, a Tuesday, and a VERY important day for Americans. It’s midterm elections! Every vote matters, and today marks two years since Trump was elected president. The presidential election in 2016 was decided by less than 100,000 people. So… EVERY VOTE COUNTS. I woke up at 5:30am, did a FlyWheel spin class, changed … More Just Vote: Today’s Midterm Elections
I have had so many weddings this summer and now have my final one this weekend… in Aspen, Colorado! I’m so excited, I’ve never been to Aspen before. My very good friend from high school is getting married on the mountains this weekend. It’s going to be chilly up there!! I’m pumped though – a … More Wedding Season: A Recap from Summer
Today I returned from vacation to my NYC apartment and found my plant had died. My plant wasn’t just any ordinary plant. It was a big green plant that came from Nick Gates, my boyfriend of two years, who passed away on October 24, 2017. It’s been 8 months, and I still have moments where … More The Special Plant That Died Today
The daily life of millennials in their late 20s and early 30s are usually in flux because they are just starting their careers and figuring out their life plan. This means it is often hard for them to get the right amount of sleep while balancing their workload and having a social life. Now that … More How Millennials Can Tackle Their Sleeping Problems This Summer