Another year has come and gone and it’s time to welcome a new beginning. More often than not we usually wait for a special occasion to commemorate events, but I’ve always been a fan of celebrating the small things in life. We don’t always show our appreciation as much as we should; as cheesy as… Continue reading 5 Nontraditional Things to Do for New Years Eve
Every New Yorker knows the challenge of getting to places on time. This is a city that’s constantly on the go, and we’ve got the transport request apps to prove it. So when Uber invited me to partake in a Diwali celebration with their Asian Heritage ERG (Employee Resource Group) in Pittsburgh, I packed my… Continue reading Behind the Scenes at Uber
Who says dating is only for relationships? Why not hang out with your pals with some platonic romantic dating. Hanging out with your girlfriend but not sure what to do? In a city that has so much to offer, the decisions can be rather so overwhelming that you get underwhelmed. 1. If you guys have… Continue reading 5 Ideas For a Date With Your Girlfriend in New York City.
This post is sponsored by Think About Your Eyes, a national public awareness campaign for vision health. Our eyes serve as our gateway into our world. It is in my opinion, our most important sense. Our eyes allow us to experience the world around us like no other sense can, it allows us to be… Continue reading How to Protect Your Kids Eyes in This Day and Age
Sponsored by Zappos For the last couple of years I’ve been looking for really nice, basic, and comfy sandals, and it honestly seemed like mission impossible. Every year around spring I’d be going in and out of stores to find that ideal summer shoe. I was like reverse Cinderella: there were plenty of options, but… Continue reading The Most Comfortable Everyday Casual Shoes
The American dream: get a job, live in your own house, and start a family. Work might not be glamorous, but the people are decent and it pays the bills. The house is like the one you see on TV: white picket fence with a sprawling green lawn. When the children come along, you’ll be… Continue reading The Choice of Becoming a Teenage Mom
No, not those labels. This is a memo to all moms and they can relate. So all moms has this struggle when once your kids start school they tend to mix up all their stuff with other kids and there’s no way of identifying who’s is who’s. Whether it be pre-k, camp or any level… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Labels