The Best Everyday Underwear

In high school and college, I bought Victorias Secret underwear. Once I graduated, I decided I needed fancier (read: pricier) lingerie, so I would buy Eberjey and Hanky Panky. They’re both amazing brands, but it’s hard to justify spending 36 dollars on a pair of panties. Especially ones that require hand washing. For real, who has… Read More

Knowing Your Worth

Some wise words from Kate Erands of Wit & Delight: “An interesting thing happened when I turned 30. I kept waiting for that euphoric moment when I’d stop caring what other people thought. “That’s what freedom will feel like,” I said to myself. Well– here I am, 15 months into the decade and I’ve felt less… Read More

We Can Do It.

It’s Tuesday. It isn’t really spring yet. We’re stuck in the in-between, and we’ve run out of things to talk about. Everyone is simultaneously drained and antsy. If I think too much about it, I just want to crawl back into bed. BUT we are headed in the right direction; we see land. We can… Read More

Inside My Makeup Bag

Let’s take a look, shall we? Over the years I’ve chosen things to splurge on (lipstick, mascara, foundation), and the rest I buy at the drugstore (eyeliner, lipgloss, pressed powder). Both Sephora and the makeup aisle of CVS can be overwhelming, and in the past, I would grab a few things arbitrarily, hoping they would work. Now I take… Read More


I woke up today and IT’S SNOW RAINING. Speaking of which, there was a hilarious moment last night at the bar where my friends and I realized we were having an extended conversation about the weather. It’s what we talk about here on the east coast. Hope everyone is having a great weekend. Some links… Read More

My New Favorite Show

Have you guys seen the new Netflix drama/thriller series “Bloodline?” It seems to have popped up out of nowhere, and I’m completely obsessed. The show takes place in sunny Florida Keys, and centers around the intricate inner lives and secrets of the Rayburn family. As this Nytimes reviewer puts it: “This Netflix series isn’t a sensitive portrait of… Read More