When do you know it’s your dream job? One of the things that I love the most about living in Brooklyn is that there are so many people here. So many people to garner life experience from and hear their
Bathroom face lift’s can be tricky. They definitely need a fix up once in a while, but it shouldn’t have to cost you big bucks to make a difference in appearance and functionality. Since blogging and doing home projects seem
Smashing cravings Here in New York City, there is no lack of burger joints. Excluding the “Big 3”, the short list I come up with off the top of my head: Shake Shack Wahlburgers Five Guys Five Napkin Steak
More Amazon Stores When Googling the topic of “Amazon store”, one of the articles proclaimed that they “sucked the joy out of shopping for a book.” That seemed a bit harsh, so I wanted to check it out myself.
New Haven visit in 24hrs. Can it be done? Car2Go is celebrating its third year in Brooklyn and I’ve been a long time user of their service. It’s basically a “one way rental”, with about 500 smart cars scattered
Happiness is (sometimes) spending The other day, I was walking through the SoHo neighborhood of New York City and got a craving for the elusive and tasty Cronut. For those of you who might not know what they are, click
Brooklyn is BIG I stopped in one of my favorite book stores in the city the other day, McNally & Jackson on Prince street. In the age of disappearing shelf space, I LOVE this store’s collection of New York
I learned last night that my friend and former boss Dorothy Cann Hamilton, of the International Culinary Center, died in a tragic car accident on Friday. I have a heavy heart today remembering her. She was one of the most