our engagement video #adventure

  This video speaks for itself. Our words and time together mean so much to us. Take a minute to view! Again we are so grateful for our collaboration with incredible people, and we love making new friends. We crave adventure and we will find any excuse to travel…. together.   https://vimeo.com/159622351 We are pretty…

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…

When in Illinois

Thanksgiving is for family, appreciating the blessings we have been given. I was fortunate enough to spend the holiday with my love’s wonderful family. While enjoying their company, I also got to explore a whole new city! I felt so at home. Boy do I love new adventures. Location: Illinois St. Louis is known for ‘the arch’ –…

Halloween nyc style

Halloween weekend was a huge success! My love was able to fly out to spend time with me. Although everything was pretty last minute, we had a ball of a time. Luckily I have someone who finds the fun in every situation. We could be doing absolutely nothing and I’m always laughing. Not to mention…

exploring Boston & NYC with my favorites

My goodness this post is well overdue. Again I have been swamped with assignments, classes and many rehearsals. Twelve to fourteen hour days at NYU are something else. Although I have no complaints, I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t exhausted. At least I love what I’m doing! photo taken by Nastia Liukin {…

Intro to Vulnerability

I am a huge fan of TED talks, and recently a friend introduced me to an intriguing collection of talks by Brené Brown. This woman is an extraordinary researcher who addresses some humanly emotions we rarely face or deal with. Vulnerability for instance is something I have always seen as a weakness, especially in regards to love and…

2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 14,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 5 sold-out performances for that many…

Foodie – new dining spots and cold remedies :

Recently I’ve discovered a few unique spots to feast upon. Whether you’re going out for a nice casual dinner or you’re on the go: I’ve got some news for you! Downtown there’s a nice little place called Luna Park, located right off of La Brea. It’s really hip, with a calm atmosphere to dine. There’s a…

New fun photos and more work days!

What a fun start to my week! Monday I was able to travel North to shoot with Alex Valladares once again. Thankfully I met him through a good friend of mine Ms. Katie Reese, who has an endless supply of gorgeous photos. I’m glad she was willing to share his talents with me and I…

The final shows, Berlin & the Bambi’s in Germany

What a WEEK! There was so much that happened in our five days in Berlin, I may just need two posts to touch on all of it. Monday we arrived in the city pretty earlier and had a few hours to meander around before our tour party. We all gathered together at a charming little…

The simplicity of Mannheim, Germany

Mannheim ended up being one of those relaxing cities, simply because it’s inevitable at any point during the tour. The night we arrived, a few of us went out to eat after our journey while admiring our surroundings. Our hotel happened to be right next to the landmark of the city: The Wasserturm aka Water…