If you follow me on Instagram, you’re probably aware that I followed along with the POPSUGAR Reading Challenge in 2017. Originally I was set to read 40 books on theirRead more >
It’s a cotton-candy pink sky as I write this, flying from Newark to Tampa for a little sunshine and relaxation before the new year. I have out my new laptop,Read more >
When I sat down to write this blog entry, I was at a small café around the corner from our laundromat. I ordered a mocha for the first time in ages,Read more >
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about trash. Maybe it’s because I see it constantly on the streets of New York, or smell the trashy smell on the sidewalk afterRead more >
No matter the mood—joyful, depressed, mourning, sick, upset, jealous, confused—a journal is always there for you in ways a human cannot sometimes reciprocate.
Over the holiday weekend, I decided to take some time and rework bits of our apartment. Don’t get me wrong, I love our apartment dearly and still enjoy its petiteness!Read more >
It’s a constant issue, but that’s no news to you I’m sure. Social media comparison has always been a point for high-anxiety—especially among millennials. Psychology Today says that this feelingRead more >
Every spring, I plop all of my clothes on the bed and sift through what to keep and not keep. It’s been a tradition of mine since I started shopping for my own clothes back in middle school – mostly because that meant giving myself more room for new clothes. Now it just means living extra minimally…and potentially making some money while doing it.
So back in October 2015 I was totally sick of all my purses. I was the definition of a purse hoarder – always buying a new cheap purse and racking up my collection, with zero room to put them all. Nevertheless, since I was buying cheap purses they were always falling apart. I’ve had so many straps rip, inner-linings tear, and zippers fall apart after using them on a regular basis. Also, with using multiple purses all week, I was leaving important stuff in different purses that I would need…such as my subway card, my I.D, even my whole wallet from time-to-time.