Wear: Mischa Barton’s Style

I remember back in 2002 how badly I wanted to be Mischa Barton. When I was younger, I used to watch “The O.C.” religiously and I wanted to look and dress exactly like Mischa Barton, on the show and on the red carpet. She was everywhere back then, but when she left the show in … Continue reading

Live: Christmas Decorations -The Tree

Last night, the Christmas tree in front of Rockerfeller Center was lit, and if that isn’t the international symbol for the official beginning of the holiday season, I don’t know what is. After watching performer after performer sing holiday classics in front of the tree, it made think about when I have to head to … Continue reading

Explore: The Stone Forest,Yunnan,China

Nature is truly amazing. From a distance, the photograph looks like an aerial shot of a forest filled with tall, indigo leaved trees, but in actuality, it is a large collection of limestone formations that for at least 75 miles. This “stone forest can be found in Yunnan, People’s Republic of China and is a … Continue reading

Appreciate: Pierre Soulages

French artist Pierre Soulages is a jack of all trades. He is a sculptor, engraver, but is mostly known for his abstract paintings. Most of his works are a study on the color black. He creates striations in the black surface in his paintings to so that when light is reflected on it, the black … Continue reading

Listen: The Civil Wars

Listen: Poison & Wine, Barton Hallow, Safe and Sound Most people’s  introduction to the folk duo that comprises The Civil Wars was their beautifully haunting song from “The Hunger Games” soundtrack, “Safe and Sound” which they wrote with Taylor Swift. But they have been making music together since 2009. Joy Williams and John Paul White … Continue reading

Drink: Spicy GingerMan Cocktail

The holiday season has officially begun! It is socially acceptable to start voluntarily listening to Christmas music (even though it’s still November, I’ll let it slide)! Festive winter drinks will  be spring up soon, so why don’t we get a head start with this ginger cocktail. Ginger is something that should be taken in moderation … Continue reading

Watch: Love Actually

Christmas is around the corner (or so it feels like it is based on all the holiday shopping commercials I’ve seen). With that being said, I would like to focus on some of my favorite holiday movies and I’ll start with “Love Actually”. It’s hard to believe that this movie came out almost 10 years … Continue reading

Eat: Thanksgiving Dinner

It’s finally here!! Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays because it is centered around one of my favorite hobbies: eating. There is no pressure to find the perfect gift, just pressure to cook the perfect turkey, which thankfully isn’t my role . This year, I’m in charge of making the sides: stuffing, mashed potatoes, … Continue reading

Wear: Whitney Port’s Style

I’ve liked Whitney Port ever since her days on “The Hills”. She had to be the only cast member who didn’t get involved in stupid relationship drama (That’s probably why her spinoff, “The City” was canceled: because all her drama was related to work. Whatever). She also seems like she would make a good friend, … Continue reading

Live: Eye Popping Sculptures

I’m a firm believer in conversations pieces. Whether it be  an abstract piece of art hanging  on a wall to a tiny souvenir from a place just recently traveled, pieces like this give any living space a little bit of  personality. I have already written about different ways to decorate a room and one I … Continue reading

Explore: Great Barrier Reef, Australia

I blame my obsession with Australia’s Great Barrier Reef on the Pixar movie, “Finding Nemo”. I was in 7th grade when that movie came out and I thought that not only the story was beautiful, but the cinematography was gorgeous. The animators made the Great Barrier Reef look so colorful and picturesque, just like it … Continue reading

Appreciate: Guerra de la Paz

The next time someone tells me to pick up my clothes off the floor, I’ll just tell them I’m working on an installation piece in the same vein as artists Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz, also known as Guerra de la Paz. This design duo has been collaborating since 1996 on sculptures, photography, … Continue reading

Listen: Citizen Cope

Songs: “Sideways“, “Let the Drummer Kick“, “Back Together” When I was in high school, my world revolved around Citizen Cope. I was obsessed with this blue eyed soul crooner. Unfortunately, some of his best work went under the radar, mainly because John Mayer had a hold on the white boy soulful pop singer/songwriter market. But … Continue reading


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