It’s a new age in New York (of food) We’ve heard it before – fashion trends go from east to west, and food trends west to east. For years, we’ve all been making fun of LA for being that city full of green juiceheads, quinoa, … Continue readingIs New York Becoming a Healthier City?
“LOL, what’s in Utah?” That’s the reaction most people will give when you’re in New York. Utah: a bumblef*ck? What’s there? Salt Lake City, right? However, you need to visit Utah. Over the summer, I did some west coast/western adventures and traveled to CA, NV, … Continue readingWhy You Should Visit Utah, Like, Right Now
Eat like an LA local. When I am grateful enough to spend time in Los Angeles (probs my favorite city, TBH), there are always new food places to discover – like any large, urban area (is LA even urban?). Before or after a hike with … Continue readingEat Like a Local in Los Angeles
Ah, the Upper East Side. Think: Park Avenue, high-end boutiques, soccer moms, designer poodles, investment bankers, million dollar townhouses. When I first moved to the Upper East Side, I was not only excited to give up my 3+ hours/day commuting (the PTSD still lingers), but … Continue readingA Millennial Living on the Upper East Side
As the weather cools down, the air gets more crisp, and the Pumpkin Spiced Latte’s return, the holidays are starting to reenter my radar. And so, I look back to walking in the 90th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2016. As a Macy’s employee, I … Continue readingI Walked in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
It’s never easy figuring out exactly what it is what you want to do with your life – especially when you’re a fresh college grad at 22 (I was 23). There’s an immense amount of pressure to snag not only the best offer, but a job, … Continue readingI Quit My $60,000 Job at 24 to Reboot My Career
What’s more west coast than a meditation studio experience in LA? After attending a “Body Pump” class at my Upper East Side gym last week, where I basically died, I looked back on my experience attending a more subtle, relaxing meditation class (AKA, I let … Continue readingMeditation Class: What’s It Like?
The sunshine. The palm trees. The coastline. The lifestyle. These are just a few of the reasons why I hold the golden state so close to my heart. California opened my eyes; California gave me hope of a better life. I was 16 when I … Continue readingWhy I Love California and Always Will
Ah, Bryce Canyon. Should be considered one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. It’s stunning. Breathtaking. Everything a national parks-lover wants. It contains the largest collection of hoodoos in the world! (Hoodoos: odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion). Why … Continue readingBeauty of Bryce Canyon
Ah, the wonderful world of background acting. An easy way to brush shoulders (literally) with your favorite actors, meet like-minded individuals, and stand around for anywhere from 3-16 hours (usually 10). But what is it REALLY like? I booked my first show in June of … Continue readingLife as a Movie Extra