One of my goals in life is to be a wine connoisseur. No, but seriously! Earlier this year, my aunt Keena was raving about a Peach white wine she drank at The Walnut Grille in Pittsburgh. She told me that she couldn’t find the wine anywhere because it was from a local winery, Narcisi; a … Continue reading Narcisi Winery
Congratulations Pitt, you played yourself. It’s been a while, but I’m back! Living my best life, in my last year here at Penn State. When I tell most people I go to school in Happy Valley, they instantly try to engage in conversation surrounding football. But to be honest, I don’t know much about the … Continue reading College Life — Pitt Vs Penn State
Summer, you are always so good to me. As I wrap up my second summer in the city I can't help but to feel refreshed and accomplished. I've always told myself I would roam the streets of New York doing what I love, and for two summers, that has been my reality. From the 30 … Continue reading Living My Best Life—NYC to MIAMI My Final Weeks of Summer
*Cues in Jay-Z, The Story of O.J.* Brooklyn!!! One of my favorite places in New York, but only by association of one of my favorite rappers of all time, Jay-Z (Hov). I never really get to explore Brooklyn often because I'm staying in the Bronx and Brooklyn (depending on where you're going in Brooklyn) can … Continue reading “Guess How I’m Feelin’?'” DUMBO, Brooklyn
ON WEDNESDAY’S WE WEAR PINK. I always live for a moment where I can get dressed and take pictures. Some people don’t understand, but Velissa always gets it. It was only fitting that after we got our hair blown out and our faces beat, that we spent the remainder of our Saturday at the pinkest restaurant … Continue reading Pietro Nolita — Living Pink In NYC
When I'm not waking up every morning to be an adult, I try my hardest to do something fun in the city that isn't my norm (aka spending all my hard earned money in Zara + getting lunch after as if I'm rich and live in Tribeca.) Last weekend, one of my closest friends and … Continue reading A Saturday Spent At The Met
There’s something about the crazy taxi drivers, mobs of pedestrians and flashing lights that makes me really L O V E being in New York City.
As summer approaches and traveling season begins, I wanted to take the time to reflect on my most recent trip to Japan.
If you were to ask me how I felt about launching a blog a year ago, my answer would have been somewhere in between terror and excitement. Excited that I’m creating something that belongs to me, but terrified that it wouldn’t be successful. Simply put I lacked confidence, but like most people that are very … Continue reading I’m either winning or I’m learning, But I don’t believe in losses.