How to Not Get Stir-Crazy While Working From Home

WFH has been going on for a few days now, and the stir-crazy is about to set in. Events are canceled, binge-watching Netflix is already getting old, and apartments/homes feel smaller than ever. It’s hard not to go stir-crazy after just a few days in the side. Here are some tips to combat the WFH scaries. Workout at Home It’s…
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Cheers to Four Years in NYC

Four years ago today I packed one large suitcase, I had $112 in my bank account and a one-way ticket to New York. I think know my parents thought I was naive, my colleagues didn’t understand why I would move across the country without a job but I was determined and hopeful to make things happen. In July 2015 I…
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Things I Wish I Knew Before Interning In NYC

In May 2016 I packed my bags and made the (temporary) move to NYC for my first summer internship. I had never been to NYC, I just finished my freshman year of college, and honestly, I was clueless. I now have interned in NYC for three summers, and recently moved here full-time, so I feel like a pro when it…
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How to Organize a Small NYC Closet

I have a confession. I own a lot of things. You’re probably not surprised if you follow me on Instagram (and if you don’t—you totally should) because each week I do a giant mail haul where I showcase everything I received in the mail that week from brands. I get product from press previews as a fashion editor, I keep…
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My NYC Bathroom Tour

Welcome to my bathroom! I hope you all enjoyed my bedroom tour yesterday (you can see it all here!) Today I’m sharing my little bathroom! In my first apartment, I shared one bathroom with my two other roommates. I now my have my own bathroom attached to my bedroom, and it’s been so nice to have additional space to store…
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My NYC Bedroom Tour

I have been officially living in New York City for 2 1/2 years, and it’s starting to feel like home. I lived in my first apartment for two years (remember the little shoebox of a room? See it here!), and I moved into my second apartment at the end of summer. It took a few months to finish decorating, organizing…
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How to Decorate a Small Apartment for the Holidays

My mom had a strict rule that we would never decorate our house for Christmas before Thanksgiving, and we would always take all the decor down by January 1st. When I was growing up, our house would be covered wall to wall with decor, handmade crafts, an extensive nativity scene and homemade treats. Christmas is my favorite time of year…
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