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Where On Earth Is…

Carmen Sandiego. Remember that show? That’s who my fiancé said I looked like when I got dressed for our late Valentine’s Day celebration. We didn’t get a chance to celebrate because I was in Philly for my Breakfast at Tiffany’s bridal shower.

A New Year Do-Over

By now, I’m sure you’ve seen the above photo as you scrolled through your timeline. You probably almost ignored it until realizing you’ve felt the same way. Double take. Double tap. The truth is, I fully intended to start the New Year on the right foot. I had an idea how I wanted this year’s… Read More

Temaki Takeover

The more I learn about food, the more I am drawn to food with layers. I love a clorful dish. It’s something that I always keep in mind when I cook at home. I think it makes the dish more appealing, more appetizing and who am I kidding, just plain beautiful. But I haven’t quite conquered… Read More

A Fall Moment In Central Park

Y’all, I’ve decided. Central Park is my favorite place in New York City. Despite how many times I’ve been there for one celebration or another, it never gets old. It will forever serve as a reminder that I’ve made it. Of what it feels like to follow your dreams despite the uncertain journey. I tell… Read More

Bite Lip Lab

I have never worn as much lipstick as I do nowadays. I never felt adult enough to wear it. When I did, it was reserved for special occasions. That is obviously not the case anymore. I love that it makes me look older and now that I’m pushing 30 (sheesh) it seems more appropriate. That’s one of the… Read More

Weddington Way

When it came to looking for my bridesmaids’ dresses, I tried the traditional route. I set up an appointment at a major dress store with one of my bridesmaids. As I waited for her to get off work, I browsed over the color organized racks paying close attention to the colors and fabrics. You guys,… Read More

Bar Roma

If there is one thing I love about New York City’s restaurant industry, is its charm. The restaurants might be tiny, but they are full of character. It’s something I’m always captivated by each time I eat in the city. And Bar Roma on the Upper East Side is no exception. When Channing sent an email… Read More