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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Brooklyn Grange in Long Island City

Something about growing fruits and veggies straight out of Mother Earth just fascinates me. I’ve always loved picking produce fresh from its source, although that rarely happens with me being a city kid and all. But despite living in New York City- which is perhaps as far away from farm life as possible- I discovered the hippest way to take…

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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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Lake Tahoe, California

If you know me at all, you know that I love Lake Tahoe with a passion! It is hands down my favorite place to get away from everything. The air is fresh, the lake is blue as can be and the scenery is beautiful. It’s so peaceful. I used to go all the time when I was a little kid–…

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Apple Picking at Masker Orchards

Fall is officially here. It’s crisper outside, the leaves are changing colors and it’s 100% totally acceptable to indulge in anything pumpkin spice for at least the next two months! I even felt compelled to buy the limited edition Pumpkin Pie ChapStick, because why wouldn’t I want the smell of pumpkin spice on my lips at all times?! Anyways, Fall also means…

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