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The longer I live in NYC the more I appreciate escaping it. To those of  you who don’t reside in a New York (or a over populated city) the following my seem like a bit of a headscratcher but to those of us living in NYC it’ll make sense …I need to leave in order to recharge, rest and more importantly reinstate my love for this crazy busy city that seemingly never sleeps. I used ...

The Carry-On Must Haves

Confession time, I used to be an atrocious carryon packer (and flyer for that matter if we’re getting real honest.) Efficient packing was not my thing, I couldn’t pack efficiently to save my life and even worse I packed too much and hated to fly. But over the years that have been filled with countless flights and more lost luggage than I care to think about I’ve become somewhat of a outfit planner and moreso an ...

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5 Weekend Escapes to Take from NYC Now

  Our long weekends are behind us right now but that’s not to say you can’t still swing a weekend escape out of the city. It may even be a better time to get a great deal on a stay and we all know a good break from the crazed harried days in NYC are necessary! I’ve rounded up my top five places to escape the madness of the city. Places that ensure relaxation. Spots so secluded ...

72 Hours in Munich

It’s been a solid 10+ years since I’ve wandered the cobblestone, pub filled streets of Munich. So much has changed yet so much has remained the same. The history of this city is captivating but what has drawn me back is how unexpectedly cool it is – and yes there is more to do here than just Oktoberfest. Add in the fact that I can walk all over, drink all the beers and eat all the ...

Career Talk: It’s a Soloprenuer’s Paradise

  When you are working for yourself you can easily become the most unproductive person in the world with the cleanest apartment ever. The solution? Well it’s quite simple …  you have to get out of your house when working from home. I definitely have days when I work from home, twice a week usually but I admittedly cannot do it more than that. I find things I need to do around the apt, such as ...

Real Talk: How I Got My Skin in Check

  You guys know you will always get a very honest dishing of my life and thoughts over here. I like to live by the no filter kind of lifestyle these days. Admittedly though one thing I’ve been hesitant on sharing or better yet being open about has been my battle with my skin … everything from acne (damn hormonal acne) and excessive dryness to sun damage (I was a tanning bed gal back in HS thanks ...

Work Talk: Entrepreneurship & How I Stay Connected

This post is in partnership with Samsung Mobile USA Lately I have been getting a lot of questions about what I do outside of being a content creator, which in fact happens to be my side hustle and thus personal passion project! But what do I do for a day job you ask? I was in PR for nearly 8 years before leaving to start my own consulting business where I now handle six clients in ...

Increasing NAD Levels: My Experience with Tru Niagen

This post is in partnership with Tru Niagen Last month I shared with you guys that as I celebrated another birthday I started to reevaluate my health and wellness routines. In late October I began taking Tru Niagen, a new form of vitamin B3 that is clinically proven to safely replenish your body’s NAD – don’t know what that is? Neither did I but we all need to know it. NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is an ...

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