Travel Style in a Suitcase: How to Pack for Europe …

Hello friends! Although summer is gone, autumn is still such a great time of year to travel and explore, especially to historic places like Europe. I have always loved the feeling of Paris in fall. And of course, I love traveling light and just bringing one carry-on suitcase! This post is by special request from a long-time friend who traveled to…
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My Travel Beauty Essentials

Hello loves! I am getting ready to fly off to Maui this week for a girls trip with a good friend! I am excited for sunshine and time to relax and I wanted to share what makeup I’ll be taking with me. Despite loving making as much as I do, I really try to travel light and not overload my…
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Lisbon + Strands of Caramel

I really should have posted all of this WAY sooner, but what can I say, I’ve been exhausted lately! And getting my new apartment in order was my main priority. Which means, by the way, that I’m very into home décor and design these days – hope to share some posts on that soon as well! Anyway, let’s get right…
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Europa 2011

From June 22-July 3 I went on a whirlwind trip to Europe, my main mission was to attend the wedding of my dearest friend from my MBA, Jo! More affectionately known as, Jojo. The wedding was to be in Geneva, but as I work in the U.S. and only get a poorly two weeks of vacation a year, I chose…
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The Brooklyn Flea – Magnifying Necklace

For those of you in Brooklyn, you’ll probably have been to the Flea many times, and if not, you’re missing out! It’s a wonderful open air market where local folks come to sell all kinds of goodies, new and old. Vintage cameras, handmade jewelry, or marvelous eats, the whole thing is treasure hunt! The last time I went I happened upon…
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Ode to the Nordik & Winter Knits

It’s gotten very chilly in New York City these days, and this past weekend the wind was simply icy. Despite a woolly cap and double wrapped scarf, the little rounds of my cheeks that were exposed actually tingled and went numb. I’m not good at handling very cold weather, but I do like to taste the air when it gets…
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Ode To Brooklyn

News News News! This little Indian bird has flown to build a new nest all on her own, in none other than a gorgeous place called Brooklyn Heights. There’s nothing like that feeling at the beginning of a journey, when everything is new and exciting. A fresh start, clean state, and empty apartment to decorate. (more on that later!) What…
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A Vitrine as Art – Ode to Paris

It’s been a long time since I last wrote, however I do have quite a lot of thoughts swimming ’round so I hope I can make up for it. This post is inspired by my recent trip to Paris, (I also visited Toulouse, but that deserves its own lovely post). It came as no surprise during this trip, that Autumn…
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