We lucked into the PERFECT apartment in Brooklyn Heights, so on June 1st we’ll be packing up all of our things and making a new home in a new borough. I was very anti-Brooklyn for about 20 minutes when we moved here… And then we walked around Brooklyn Heights and now I cannot wait to call BK home (and fill it with new fun decor)!
I used to claim I wasn’t money motivated, that I chased career moves and opportunities that I loved regardless of what they paid because as long as my passion was piqued, I’d be happy. But you know, that’s simply not true. Yes, I want to do something I love, that fills me up and gives me purpose. But I also want (need) to make money, and I really enjoy having it. So this year I set a big goal for myself.
Instead of ordering mix-and-match pieces, falling victim to those coupon codes in my email inbox and impulsively filling up my cart at each hint of a sale, I want to carefully curate my closet at the beginning of the season with pieces I know I’ll love through the spring and into summer.
My best flow state hours are in the morning, sometimes as soon as I wake up. I make a to-do list, squeeze in a work out, and get down to work. Without a big appetite in the a.m. I know jumpstarting my metabolism is so important, and that’s why I love coconut oil coffee.
I am a big fan of latte art, especially when it’s an adorable little bear staring up at me from a silky layer of chocolate cream.
Whether you’re already sick or bracing for impact, you can take a few steps to ensure your body has what it needs to fight it off.
There is nothing like live theater. Does anybody else cry a little bit, even during the happiest moments in the show, because the power of performance just totally knocks you on your overly-emotional butt? Just me? Fine.
From planners to skincare products to kitchen organizing bins and more, these little goodies are helping me organize, prioritize, and take care of myself and my space in 2019. Take a peek!
It's an eerie feeling to stand among the stacked stone of the great room walls and trace the intricate tile work around the still-standing hearths. Photo via Instagram @jessicasoderstrom
Amazon Prime Day sucks a lot of people in with a promise of deep discounts, but what's really worth throwing your credit card at? Now go full Tom Haverford and Donna Meagle -- Treat yo' self!