I'll always be the first to admit I am not a morning person. On the weekends I am rarely awake before 11 am, and on the weekdays when I have to be up early for work or class you can bet I am a zombie for those first two hours. But today was different; today … Continue reading Good Morning New York
Today I participated in the Susan G. Komen Greater New York 5k representing a member of the CBS family. This post isn't all inspiring with an epiphany moment, it's simply honest. Last night my stomach hurt and I thought to myself "would anyone know if I didn't show up", a common thought I have even … Continue reading Put Yourself Aside & Press On
This time last week I was sitting in Central Park with my best friend Alex as we had our "college student picnic", by that we mean we bought a bag of almonds, some grapes, lemonade, and chocolate covered blueberries and called it a meal! Anyway, we were sitting in the grass just talking and laughing, … Continue reading The City Where You Can Freely Be Who You Are
While walking to my hair appointment at Fox & Jane in the East Village last week, by the way Candace works wonders, I came across this beautiful billboard. But, I wouldn't have seen it if I continued to look down at my phone. I only saw this beautiful masterpiece because I glanced up before crossing … Continue reading Sometimes You Have to Pick Your Head Up
This Labor Day weekend I was planning to escape the city and visit home, along the shore, with my family. Unfortunately a tropical storm warning got in the way of that. But rather than let the storm ruin my plans, I found something else to do. I woke up Saturday morning...okay, afternoon. It was 12:35 … Continue reading Plans Unexpectedly Change for the Better
Yesterday while walking across the Brooklyn Bridge I found out that one of my best friends not only served in the military, but in numerous branches. I have known her for over two years and never knew this fact about her. She enlisted when she was 18 and served in numerous countries and numerous branches. … Continue reading Do You Really Know Those in Your Life?
I feel as though New Yorkers are constantly moving forward. There's a well known stereotype that we are fast-paced. In our walking, in our work, in everything we do. I'm guilty of being frustrated if the person in front of me isn't walking at a speed that is at an equivalent or faster than mine. … Continue reading We Must Reflect on Our Past