Wagamama | 210 5th Avenue.

I was searching for photos from an interview I did over the summer when I stumbled on these. Back in December, I met my sisters after a three hour final for one of the last marketing classes that I took as an undergraduate. We wandered around the Madison Park area before I insisted that we seek shelter at Wagamama’s. Conveniently…
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Tea for Two: The Palm Court at The Plaza

Clocking in at $70+ per person, the tea service at The Palm Court in The Plaza hotel is iconic. It’s what most people think of when they think of tea in NYC. You’re not just paying for tea, scones and an assortment of sweets and savories, you’re also paying for the ambiance, for the service, for walking through the carpeted…
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Road Trip! 20 Things to Keep in Your Car

Sponsored Post Many of my childhood summers included a seriously long trip from NYC to the Jersey shore. A five hundred mile car ride often included boredom and car sickness. I distinctly remember watching for rest stops, just dying for the chance to stretch my legs and get some cold water. Now that I’m older, my sister and I have…
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Re-embracing Yoga for National Yoga Month

*This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com* For years yoga was my favorite fitness activity. I loved being able to stretch my body and work my muscles in a relaxing environment. Then it sort of fell by the wayside, I turned to more exuberant forms of workout because my goals were weight loss instead of maintenance. How wrong I was. People…
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Surviving Those Manic Mondays with Mamma Chia (GIVEAWAY)

Mondays are classically the worst day of the week. This semester my Mondays are especially tedious – I leave home before most people in my house are awake, and I arrive home when everybody is getting ready to sleep. Keeping my energy levels up and not crashing during these sort of days is a challenge. I do my best to…
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