Loading...
Home2019-01-29T08:31:47+00:00

On The Prowl

While in NYC, I had the pleasure of teaming up with an awesome UK-based company, SpareRoom, as they take their recent US expansion by storm. The founder is an awesome dude, Rupert Hunt, who's just hopped his way across the pond, moving from London to Manhattan, and is renting an incredible loft on Bleecker (where these photos were taken). Rupert is a firm believer that life is more fulfilling when shared with the right people...a sentiment I can certainly get on board with (whether we're talking about roommates, friends, or any other little life enjoyments). SO, Mr. Hunt decided to launch a campaign to find two roommates to enjoy his [...]

By |

In A New York Minute

Spent the past month or so in NYC, which you may have noticed...depends if you follow me on Instagram (hint, hint, wink, nudge)! Pretty sure I've never pulled off NOT staying in that beautiful, bloodsucking city at least 3x longer than I initially plan to. I think an hour in New York is kind of like five days in "real people" time...sort of as if you are moving at the speed of light, but without really noticing it. Without my 12 trusty Moleskines and Google Calendars I'd never stay on track. How I survived 5 years in the City is still a mystery to me...and props to my [...]

By |

Let It Burn

"She has been through hell, so believe me when I say, fear her when she looks into a fire and smiles." -E. Corona We all face struggle and hardships, and handle things differently. People hurt in varying ways and my personal opinion is there is no right or wrong way to feel. Sometimes we cry and crumble, genuinely believing we won't be able to put the broken pieces back together the way they once were. I used to feel this way all the time. Then I realized I could view a difficult situation as an opportunity to rebuild a stronger version of [...]

By |

For No One

Its sad but true that many of us spend days, months, and even years trying to love the wrong people. We give our hearts and thousands of tears to others who, intentionally or unintentionally, cause us ongoing pain that we willingly endure. Sometimes this pain, conflict and confusion can be so emotionally derailing that eventually you'll stare in the mirror only to find the reflection looking back is a total stranger.  You'll recognize the fact that you've been doing things and acting in ways that make you feel ashamed, and it'll probably hit you all at once, like a ton of bricks. It is not all his or her [...]

By |