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  • The Morgan Library: A Book Lover’s Paradise

    I can’t be the only one in love with old books, right? The Morgan Library has been calling my name ever since I came across it online. I finally got the chance (aka decided not to be lazy) to go over a long weekend and fell completely…

  • Life Lately: I Got a Camera!

    If you didn’t know, 90% of the pictures on this blog are taken with my iPhone. The other 10% were taken with a simple point and shoot digital camera. I’ve really grown to love photography recently (I’ve always had a special love for it but…

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    Storm Stella in NYC

    There are two magical times in NYC: during a snowstorm and just after a snowstorm. I LOVE NYC covered in snow, and if you follow me on Instagram, you’ll get that message loud and clear. I’m so glad I got a snow day for Storm Stella.…

  • The Prettiest Streets on the Upper West Side in NYC

    I have to admit, when I first went to the Upper West Side in NYC, I wasn’t too impressed. It didn’t seem to have the homey, cool vibe that the Village has; it wasn’t as upper crust as the Upper East Side; and, it wasn’t…

  • Why You Should Visit the Guggenheim

    One of the cool things about New York (or any large city for that matter) is that no matter how much you think you’ve done, you probably still have more to see. This proved true when my mom suggested we visit the Guggenheim while she…

  • The BEST Christmas Decorations in NYC

    I didn’t spend the actual Christmas holiday in New York City, but I did enjoy my fair share of Christmas joy that NYC has to offer before I went back to Florida. While NYC did have some pretty grand Christmas scenes, it didn’t quite compare to…

  • Autumn in Central Park

    One of the things I love about living in NYC is my close proximity to Central Park. I didn’t live close to anything green in London, so I feel like I missed most of the autumn foliage because I really had to seek it out.…

  • Life in NYC: UNGA Edition

    Ahh, September in New York: the time when summer slowly starts to come to an end, when the nights get a little longer, and when the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) comes to town. As written in my earlier posts, I am lucky enough to…