Holiday Gift Guide For Him: Target Edition

Buying the perfect holiday gift is not always easy. You may find yourself searching every store in your city, still unable to find something that is both useful and exciting. I have always had trouble buying gifts for men. I don’t know if it’s because I don’t have any brothers or a ton of guy…

5 Anthropologie Gifts For The Self Care Lover In Your Life

Once November hits, I switch my thinking from pumpkin patches and apple pie, to ornaments and gift wrapping. To avoid bumping into swinging shopping bags and low inventory on the shelves, I like to start Christmas shopping in early November. Getting started in November helps me to plan my gifts better, avoid low inventory, and…

I Drink From A $35 Crystal Water Bottle- Here’s Why

I recently traveled to Tulum, Mexico and found myself walking in and out of shops searching for souvenirs for my myself and my loved ones. I picked up necklaces, shirts, bags, you name it, inspecting them and then placing back down after deciding they were not exciting enough to come back to New Jersey with…

Travel Diaries: Guide To Charleston, South Carolina

About a month ago, I had the pleasure of traveling to Charleston, South Carolina. This city, founded in 1670, welcomes its guest with its gorgeous trees, cobblestone streets, pastel antebellum houses, and old fashioned Southern cooking. I was not too sure what to expect of this southern city, but it turned out to be totally…

The Two Best Fall Candles That You’ll Be Obsessed With

Fall is in full swing and the atmosphere is cozier than ever. The crisp air, there is a sense of new beginnings, and the leaves turning into a burnt orange before gracefully falling to the ground, are just some of the things that make Fall so special (and one of my favorite seasons). To me,…

My Ode To The Color Green

Today I wanted to share a poem that I wrote. I used to write poetry all the time, and I always felt very connected to the writing process. I haven’t felt like myself lately and one of the ways I get back to feeling like me, is by doing things that I have loved my…

Life Update: Where I’ve Been

I feel like I haven’t sat down and shared my thoughts in a while. First and foremost, how is everyone? I’ve been so busy lately with work and travel, that I haven’t spent much time checking in. For those who don’t know, I quit my job in as marketing specialist in March 2021 and vacationed…

A Review Of The New Fall Starbucks Menu Items

As the weather begins to cool down and there comes a cool crisp feeling in the air, coffee drinkers begin to feel a shift in their taste buds. Instead of feeling satisfied with a simple vanilla latte or cold brew with milk, they shift to more cozy flavors, like pumpkin spice lattes, and cold foam…

Homemade Iced Green Tea Recipe

One of my favorite drinks to sip on in the summer is iced tea. I recently visited Art Cafe in Nyack, New York and had an amazing iced tea, and since then I have been trying to recreate that refreshing, sweetness at home. I am definitely a big tea person. I drink hot tea every…

4 Easy Ways To Be More Organized

Not everyone is born with the organization gene. While some of us are born with the ability to keep everything in a designated place, many others struggle to stay neat, tidy, and organized. September has a way of bringing along an energy of order and discipline. Whenever Fall rolls around I feel the need to…

Checking In: Life Update and Quote Of The Day

Today is a very special day. Today is the day that the pumpkin creme cold brew came back to Starbucks. If you haven’t tried it yet you need to run-not walk-to your nearest Starbucks! I got one with my sister this morning before work and it is all I have dreamed of and more. And…

Weekend In Photos: Plants and A Spontaneous Trip To Hoboken

Tucked next to the Hudson River, across from New York City is a small and energetic city that Frank Sinatra called home. Hoboken, New Jersey, is a former industrial port that is now the home of eateries, green spaces, and busy bars. It has museums, high rise apartments, and food from across the globe, appearing…