#FridayFive: Five Ways to Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19

It seems like this post is needed, because the numbers aren’t going down. In fact, they’re only on the up and it’s only getting worse here in America. We’re ok for the moment here in New York, but as we see all of the southern states start to spike again,…

A Road Trip to Upstate New York and Princeton University

Over the Memorial weekend bank holiday, I took the Friday as a holiday from work, giving myself a four-day weekend. It was my first day off since I went to Nashville in February. Due to the coronavirus and working from home situation, it’s not really the best time to be…

#FridayFive: Five Brunch Spots in West Village, Manhattan

Brunch used to be a staple in my weekly plans in New York. Now though, not so much. I did visit a fair few well-known places in Manhattan before isolation began however, and there will be a time when I am visiting these places once again. Some I had high…

#FridayFive: Five Things to Know About Living in New York

I’ve been meaning to write a post about the things that I’ve come to realize since moving to New York. It was a huge culture shock for sure, having never actually been to visit the city prior to my moving day. New York is very, very wonderful, but it’s also…

#FridayFive: Five Broadway Shows to See

I always meant to write a post about the shows I saw on the West End in London during my placement year as I think I racked up a total of 10 different shows in the space of 12 months. I love the theater and thankfully I’ve been able to…

#OCinNYC | December in the Concrete Jungle

That’s it, it’s all over. Another year and another decade, gone. I’ll be posting my annual goals post next week as who on earth starts their New Years Resolutions on a Wednesday anyway? Here’s last year’s if you fancy a gander. But with another month over, means another month closer…

#FridayFive: Five Things to do in New York at Christmas

Christmas in New York is something that almost everyone has on their bucket lists. It is truly a magical place to be at this time of year and ever since I was younger, I’ve always wanted to experience New York at Christmas and to live it just like Kevin McCallister…

#OCinNYC | Month Three in NYC

November was a busy month here in New York. With Thanksgiving, a lot of sport, some boozy activities and some exploring, there wasn’t a dull moment. I’m now starting to understand why they call it the city that never sleeps because I can’t remember the last time I got more…

Thanksgiving in The Hamptons

Last weekend was the biggest holiday in the American calendar. Not something that we celebrate back in Ireland or the UK, but they definitely take Thanksgiving very seriously here. Since a lot of the interns get a few days off around the holiday, we thought we would take advantage of…

#OCinNYC | October in New York

I’m 1/6th of my way through my year in New York already and have been here a full nine weeks. It feels like I’ve been here a lifetime but at the same time, only five minutes. I’m still as in love with the city as I was the last time…