Thanks for sticking with me while I recap my Europe trip from the winter. It’s like Christmas in July – along with dreary gray photos! We had enough time for a stop-off between Brussels and Amsterdam and we settled on Bruges because it looked absolutely gorgeous and was easily accessible by train.
Just as Trap Queen by Fetty Wap is taking over the airwaves, The Vacationers has positioned itself as one of THE books of the summer. It’s on all of the best beach reads lists, including my own from last month, and it has all the components of beach read dreams: it’s fast, light, and breezy. The
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer and is a great time to start your warm season to-do list. While most New Yorkers catch the first Friday afternoon train out of the city, New York is actually a fantastic place to visit in the summer with lots of free or low-cost events
Cheryl Strayed is my new girl crush. I’ve been telling everyone I know about her because she. is. awesome. First, she wrote Wild, which was made into a movie with Reese Witherspoon and is everywhere lately.
“When spring came, even the false spring, there were no problems except where to be happiest.
I mentioned a few weeks back that I took a vacation to Grand Cayman in the beginning of the summer. What I didn’t also mention is that I went back in late August – but this time for work! I have a new freelance gig as an Investigator (photographer/writer) for Oyster.com. Owned
Summer vacation is over, kids. It’s time to get down to business. With the shorter days and colder weather, I find myself spending more time inside, which for me translates to more reading!
Probably the most buzzed-about novel of the year, The Goldfinch has graced many a store bookshelf, been put on hold at many a library, and slugged through by many a reader, culminating in a little award called the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. It’s also controversial – some readers loved it, others hated
These are the dog days of summer and everyone is feeling a bit lazy, no? August is a time for long weekends, vacations on the beach, houses on a lake, mojitos on the back porch (or for city people, a rooftop bar) – a month to relax and enjoy the sweet fruits
“When spring came, even the false spring, there were no problems except where to be happiest.” – Ernest Hemingway in A Moveable Feast