find your tribe. love them hard.

When you find people who not only tolerate your quirks but celebrate them with glad cries of “me, too!” be sure to cherish them. Because those weirdos are your tribe.  ♥    ♥    ♥ It is always important to have a support system no matter where you go. I’ve been lucky enough to find…

10 suggestions for a NYC Christmas

If you haven’t experienced NY at Christmas time, it is an absolute MUST. Here are a few ideas to get you started! 1.)   Hot chocolate from Magnolia Bakery I hear the banana pudding and Rockette cupcakes are a HIT also More cocoa options around the city: Balthazar Bakery – Soho, Lexington Candy Shop – Upper East Side, MarieBelle…

new photography ~ n y c

Recently I worked with a local photographer on a casual lifestyle shoot. What’s exciting is it is my first official documentation of living in NYC! We decided to head down to a favorite spot of mine in West Village. This quaint area has the cutest streets, with fun shops alongside to admire. I discovered the west side…

it’s been too long { post }

Keeping up with a blog is not easy when you have school work, class after class and a boyfriend you wish to give all of your time to. I cannot complain about any one of those things (okay except for maybe the assignments), but sometimes there’s just too much to do. There is SO MUCH that’s been going…

the start of – NYC – { living }

The last two weeks have been a complete whirlwind, and it’s about to escalade. Last week I traveled to NYC to find an apartment for myself and my ever so darling roommates. We had a plan, and we had been chatting with many people but just like anything: you have to get out there and…

How NYC .d r a w s. you. in.

This past weekend, I was able to travel to the Big Apple to perform at a major event with a dance group named Keshet. Together we stayed at the Waldorf Astoria off of Park Ave. & 49th St. If you can imagine the beauty of this place, the incredible ballroom set up with the stage…