Spring is here and winter clothes are on sale! Here is my New York City Vegan Fashion Diary.
Baby, it’s cold outside. Nothing says “I love you” like getting cozy with your sweetie in frosty weather, especially during the holidays. Last year, I spent Christmas cuddled up in one of the coldest, yet oh-so-romantic cities in America: Chicago, Illinois. Yes, I know just the mere thought of the infamously named Windy City sends
Every time I travel to the Big Apple, I make an attempt to experience a different neighborhood; Manhattan is crawling with plenty—each radiating its own very distinct vibe that differentiates it from the rest (read about my experiences in these neighborhoods: Meatpacking District and Gramercy Park). Of all these neighborhoods, I think I may have
Greetings from SoHo! I’ll be in The Big Apple all this week, and I want to do a super quick update on my first night in New York City. Anytime I get a postcard from a place I’ve been and loved, I like to share it with you! My “postcard update” for this trip is
VIDEO REVIEW: For the most part, I’ve always been a very open-minded traveler when it comes to lodging. From tiny hostels to all-inclusive resorts, I’ve experienced a wide array of accommodations. As of late, however, I have developed a particular affinity for luxury boutique hotels. During my last two trips to New York City, I
I’m on a Meatpacking District kick after my recent stay at the Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC Hotel (click here to read what makes this neighborhood so unique). While walking along its charming cobblestone streets one night, I heard loud shouting coming from across the road. It was the unmistakable voice of Ice-T, yelling as only he
Recently I went on a business trip to New York City. My manager, a New York native, recommended the Gansevoort Hotel in the Meatpacking District. Now let’s be honest—if you’ve never heard of this neighborhood, you might naturally be inclined to wonder why on earth anyone would want to stay in a meatpacking district. It