The last few blustery, very un-June like days ignited a lot of homebound reflection, introspection, and scheming for the future.
Nothing incites the imagination more than a trip to the museum, especially when the museum is a treasure trove of jewels like one of these.
Friends of mine have taken the ultimate big leap by taking a 6 month long sabbatical traveling around Europe. In your 20s, hostels and flirting for free drinks are an essential part of a low-budge adventure. What happens when you are in a committed relationship and in your 30s is a different story.
“Back to school, back to school, to prove to Dad I am not a fool…” While the school of life is often the biggest educational resource, sometimes you need some concentrated hands-on tutorial from the experts. Looking forward to my latest class at Brooklyn Metal Works starting this week.
If I could wear a muumuu every day, I would. In fact, my theme for retirement is “muumuus & martinis”, as I will wear nothing but muumuus and have martinis at 10 am. With these covetable caftans, what the fashion folk call muumuus, I am halfway to my retirement dreams.
I am totally digging the California ‘60s vibe of indie boutique American Two Shot’s lookbook. With Don Draper’s arm around my shoulder and a vodka martini, I'm getting into the groove.
With all this martini talk, I think it’s time to lace up the sneaks and head out for a run. Finding the motivation though is not always so easy. Book-marking these tips for when I am feeling super coach potato-y.
Every summer, I make a New York City Summer Bucket List that sadly often goes unchecked, so there are many repeat offenders. The New York Botanical Garden is one that makes the list every year. I cannot deny a Frida Kahlo exhibit; my next free day will be spent here.
Race is at the forefront of conversations, whether we are comfortable with it or not. New York Magazine profiles one New York school that pushes the boundaries with how we talk about race, challenging the concept that race is irrelevant.