#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…

#OCinNYC | Summer’s Coming!

June already? Hello Summer! Funny how this definitely won’t be the summer that I first imagined when I moved to New York last September. It’s hot, sticky and sweaty just as…

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…

What My Morning Routine Looks Like Now

It was only a matter of months ago that I was snoozing my alarm for 45 minutes before rolling out of bed at 8.15am, running to catch a PATH train that…

New York, I’m Sorry

New York, I’m sorry. I’m sorry for complaining about your smelly Subway trains. I’m sorry for moaning about my morning commute. I’m sorry for not eating more of your dollar slice…

#OCinNYC | An April Spent Indoors

Well this is going to be quite a depressing monthly round-up, isn’t it? Oh how I wish I could have written about all of the things I had planned in April.…

Living in Isolation When You Have Flatmates

It’s my sixth week of working from home. During the past six weeks, I’ve moved apartment and started living with new flatmates. In a way, I’m glad this pandemic has happened…

#OCinNYC | The Miserable Month of March

March is usually one of my favourite months of the year. St. Patrick’s Day, my birthday, and I would usually have a lot of concerts thrown in there too. This March…

#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…

#FridayFive: Five Reasons to Enjoy Getting Older

‘Tis my birthday. And I’m holed up in isolation. I should have been well on my way to a converted barn in the middle of a Vermont mountain right now, but…