You enjoy them in cold pressed elixirs. If you're into juices and cleanses, you may have heard of the Dirty Lemon Detox. Dirty Lemon boasts a popular line of elixirs designed to promote total wellness. I've seen them pop up on my Instagram every now and then, and I've had my eye on their most … Continue reading When life gives you lemons…
If you’re like me, you need something quick and easily (and cheap, and hopefully healthy…) to whip up at night after work. It doesn’t have to be the most impressive and flavor packed meal you’ve ever made. It just has to be something decent that you can happily scoff down and which doesn’t happen to … Continue reading Easy Peasy Stir Fry
Ugh, Mondays. The most difficult day of the week! Today was a real struggle for me as I’m adjusting back to work life after an amazing weekend in Georgia. I went with Ben to one of his best friend’s weddings and it was so fun and absolutely gorgeous. After spending one night at his friend’s … Continue reading It’s wedding season!
Grab your shorts and sunnies: it’s springtime in NYC party people! Hooray for nice weather! I absolutely love the spring season in NYC. There’s so much to do. From quenching your thirst at a bar with an outdoor patio; to brunching on the sidewalks; to walking the highline, there’s an endless list of activities worth … Continue reading Citi Sunday
Happy New Year friends!! I can’t believe I’m writing to you from 2017. Where the heck did the time go? It feels like 2016 flew by at the speed of sound. Much ground covered, though. Check out some of my favorite blog posts below! Top row: A Weekend in Montreal // NYC in Color // … Continue reading Happy New Year
Happy Tuesday, everybody! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend and are currently having a nice start to the week. I ended up taking a break from the hustle and bustle of city life this weekend and it was incredibly refreshing. Friday evening we packed up the car and headed to the Firefox Mountain … Continue reading Foxfire Mountain House
That’s the year the Brooklyn Bridge opened to the public. Some more fun facts for you: the project took 14 years and somewhere around $15 million dollars (at the time) to complete. Oddly enough, when this beauty opened, Brooklyn was its own city rather than a borough, which I definitely didn’t know! This stunning NYC … Continue reading 1883.