• There’s nothing wrong with striving to be the best version of yourself; wanting to …
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  • I love to indulge in delicious food and drink—who doesn’t right? Finding new …
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  • This was my first time roasting a whole chicken, and honestly, it was a little …
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  • Content from my on-going partnership with Ellie Activewear, a monthly workout gear clothing subscription.
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  • How important is it to know where your food comes from? We’re all well …
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  • City of Gold: A Revealing Documentary on Food, Culture and the Greatness …

    Those of you familiar with Los Angeles, California know that it’s just as famous for sunshine and beaches as it’s known for sprawling diversity and a multiethnic population. However, unlike the glamorized Hollywood stereotype often portrayed in media, Sundance Film Festival’s featured food documentary, City of Gold, takes us on a revealing journey through the heart and soul of what…
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    A Napa Valley Getaway

    4/28/17—just a lil’ update: he and I are no longer together but I just love this post! For our 5 year anniversary, my boyfriend and I decided to go on a short, but absolutely lovely, weekend stay in Napa Valley. This trip was particularly special because it was the first time just the two of us were in wine country together!…
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    NYC Spotlight: Parm

    If you’re craving out-of-this-world meatballs, look no further than Parm. Meatball parms are one of my favorite types of sandwich and this place does not disappoint! Parm is a super cute, diner-esk looking Italian-American eatery that serves classic dishes from baked ziti and rigatoni to fantastic parmigiana sandwiches (obviously) all served in red, plastic baskets. They also have a full-service…
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    Fall Foliage Cruise in Cold Spring, NY

    A lovely thing about being in New York is the changing seasons. To celebrate one of my best friend’s birthdays, we decided to venture on a catamaran fall foliage cruise that jetted up the gorgeous tree-lined Hudson River to the adorable and historical small town of Cold Spring, NY. Despite the clear skies, it was freezing on the way up thanks to the icy—yet refreshing—air blowing…
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    Little Poland in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

    Right next door to the hipster, too-cool-for-school Brooklyn area of Williamsburg, is Greenpoint which, in contrast, is known for its rich Polish culture and community. This North Brooklyn neighborhood is home to the second largest concentration of Polish immigrants in the U.S., making it the perfect place to not only buff up on my cultural history, but also find the best pierogi…
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