10 THINGS I WILL MISS ABOUT NEW YORK CITY

Today is the day that I trade in a snowy New York City for sunny California. And I am feeling ALL THE FEELS. I sobbed in my Uber last night and woke up this morning excited to see my family in less than 24 hours. I bonded with a stranger after donating clothing to Salvation Army, and laughed with my roommate as we discussed our survival this year. These are the little things, and the range of emotions, that I have been used to living here in the concrete jungle. Continue Reading

NOTABLE NORMALICIES / 12.16.17

It is officially my last week here in New York City, and I am collecting all of the feels. December has undoubtedly been my favorite month in the big apple, in terms of the atmosphere of the city {saving the best for last I suppose}. Holiday season kicked in at the beginning of the month and I have embraced every second of it. Let’s recap the notable moments of the last few weeks. Continue Reading

PUMPKIN SPICE AND EVERYTHING NICE

Over a cozy phone call to my mother the other night, she mentioned how much she missed the blog. Which got me thinking about how much I, too, miss the blog. I could include a million disclaimers about my lack of presence on this space {gag me, we have heard it all before}, but instead I would rather just write.

Because, ultimately, that is what I miss most.

So, if you would be so inclined, let’s talk about pumpkin spice and everything Autumn {read: nice} shall we?

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FIVE MORE MINUTES

It’s somethings we used to ask our parents as we rode bicycles down the unevenly paved streets, darkness quickly approaching. It’s something we desperately wish for when we hear the unwelcoming alarm each morning before work. It can be used as a motivating factor when ending a tough work out. And it’s a lie we tell our significant others when they ask if we are ready for our scheduled dinner date, that we made reservations for three weeks ago, and cannot be late for, I repeat, cannot be late for.  Continue Reading