While travel has been on the limited side this year, it doesn’t mean you can’t take a road trip! In…
Are you looking to move? Is your dream to live in NYC? New York City is the second most expensive city with San Francisco being the first. NYC may not be the best budget-friendly location, but as someone who has lived in 4 out of the 5 boroughs, and in Westchester, I have learned tips and tricks to help you save money.
Being in quarantine has inspired so many people to bake more, specifically, banana bread! As a self-taught home baker, I absolutely love baking and finding new recipes to try! Famed vegan chef, Chloe Coscarelli, created this amazing vegan matcha banana bread recipe and shared it here. I made some small adjustments to add my own spin. This banana bread is amazing. It’s simple to make, the texture is perfect, and it is so tasty! Even as non-vegans, it became an instant hit in my household!
Staying home and indoors to help limit the spread of the coronavirus is of utmost importance right now. Trust me, I know it’s hard to not be able to go out and do the things we’re all so used to doing (especially the things we love to do!). But, if we do the hard part now, it hopefully means that this will all end sooner than anticipated. In the mean time, there are still ways to do fun things, but in a different way – virtually! Below are some of the best things to do virtually while in quarantine.
While everyone is practicing social distancing and taking precautionary measures to protect themselves and others against the coronavirus, you are probably spending a lot more time at home than usual. That means, you can make countless important dates with Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, and any other streaming service you have or like. Get your comfy clothes ready and make some extra popcorn! Below are my picks for the best shows and movies to watch while stuck at home and waiting out the coronavirus.
There is no doubt that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is one of the things on everyone’s mind right now. It has impacted all of us globally, and everyone’s newsfeeds and timelines are flooded with information. While I believe it is important to stay well-informed and to follow the CDC’s guidelines, as well as any guidelines put in place by your specific area, it is also important to stay as calm as possible (which I know is easier said than done). Stick to the facts, don’t over-shop (which leaves little supplies for those who need it, too), be mindful of others, and wash your hands! Below are some ways to stay productive and calm while getting through the COVID-19 pandemic.
As always, there are so many things to do and see around New York City. Below are my top picks of the best events, museum exhibitions, and entertainment to check out for March 2 – March 8.
It’s another new week and the start of a new month, which means that there are so many things to do and see around New York City. Below are my top picks of the best events, museum exhibitions, and entertainment to check out for February 24 – March 1.
Another new week means there are so many more things to do and see around New York City. Below are my top picks of the best parties, events, museum exhibitions, and entertainment to check out for February 17– 23.
It’s a new month, and as usual, there are lots of places to visit and so many things to do around New York City. Below are my top picks of the best bars, parties, events, museum exhibitions, and entertainment to check out for February 1– 9.
New York City has no shortage of romance and love, making it the perfect place to celebrate Valentine’s Day. With city lights twinkling, one of the most beautiful skylines, and so many things to do and see, NYC has so much to offer for this holiday full of love. Below are my top picks for the best parties, restaurants, and things to do for some Valentine’s Day fun.