New York City is full of tons and tons of really good food. Since this was my first year living there, I decided to try as many different things as I could. I came across so many amazing restaurants that I could barley keep track of the places I've tried. However, the camera roll on … Continue reading My 2017 NYC Food Diary
Christmas time in New York City is truly something magical. The giant tree at Rockefeller Center, the ice skating rinks at the parks, the glamorous department store windows, and the enchanting light show outside of Saks 5th Avenue -- I've never seen anything like it. Although I came home to Michigan for Christmas a few … Continue reading Christmas Time in Manhattan
Back in June, I decided to follow my dreams and move to New York City. It was terrifying, but I was lucky enough to have my best friend, Kailena, make the move with me. I had just finished my master's degree at Syracuse University and Kailena was working in advertising in Michigan. She found a … Continue reading My First NYC Apartment
Last weekend I flew home to Michigan for my cousin's surprise 21st birthday party. My aunt planned a 90's themed slumber party at a cabin — so basically the best party idea ever. She rented the cutest A-frame cabin at Waldenwoods Resort in Hartland, Michigan. My cousin didn't know about the party and she definitely didn't … Continue reading Cabin Slumber Party: Hartland, MI
In case you missed it, I wanted to share my thoughts and photos of the The Costume Institute's spring 2017 exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. If you follow the annual themes of fashion's big night, The MET Gala, then you already know that this past year's Gala and exhibit celebrated Japanese fashion designer Rei … Continue reading “Rei Kawakubo / Comme des Garcons” at The MET
Recently my best friend and I took a trip to Boston to visit my cousin. It was my first time in Boston and I've heard tons of great things about the historic city. After living in NYC for the last couple months, it was honestly a nice break. I absolutely love NYC, but Boston was a lot more calm, clean, and green. It was like a weekend of fresh air.
After my graduation in May, my arts journalism master's program wasn't quite done yet. We had one last adventure before we went our separate ways after spending one intense year together. So, after the big hoorah of graduation and then spending a few days at home with my family, I packed my bags for Charleston, … Continue reading Grad School Capstone: Charleston, S.C.