A Lesson To Men: The Catcalling Epidemic

Dear all men who like to catcall and holler at women on the street, STOP.IT.NOW. Sincerely, WOMEN. It’s something too many women have to go through. You’re walking down the street, maybe have on a fire outfit you love and feel hella confident in, then suddenly you hear a man shouting “YOU LOOK HOT” or … Continue reading A Lesson To Men: The Catcalling Epidemic

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My Sunday Funday

One of the most simple pleasures I indulge in every Sunday is buying the NY Times paper for $6 and sitting in the park  near my apartment. I love sitting at a small table around the grass, reading the Arts and Lifestyle sections, and basking in the glorious sunshine. I also bring along a book … Continue reading My Sunday Funday

Morning Thoughts

September 30th Woke up this morning to another beautiful day! The city today is warm and bright, and I’m excited to go exploring. I’m all dressed, teeth brushed, and am heading out to get my morning coffee and scone. Here are my morning thoughts for today; Thought Bubble No.1: NYC is for lovers I’ve noticed … Continue reading Morning Thoughts

A Saturday Adventure

Today was a BEAUTIFUL day in the city that I did not want to miss outside. I’m not a fan of cold weather, so anytime the sun is out you can bet ill be out. I left my house today on a mission: I wanted to go shopping, get coffee, and explore some of the … Continue reading A Saturday Adventure

Morning Thoughts

September 29th One of the simplest times of the day is when I first wake up. I start to think about what I want to accomplish for the day, what I want to wear, planning for where to go, etc. Its nice in the morning because I get my alone time , which feels rare … Continue reading Morning Thoughts

Mourning the Death of College- What To Expect

Death sucks. I don’t know how else to start this post other than saying how it stinks, whether it’s something you’ve had time to prepare for or not. I’ve only dealt with only two deaths in my life; my neighbor, which was very sad because my neighborhood is like a tight family, and the death … Continue reading Mourning the Death of College- What To Expect