The best two weeks of the year are in full swing–no not the Christmas Season. Restaurant Week. It’s a great way to feel like a classy bitch on a grad student budget (forever crying). I started my restaurant week with this snazzy place called Perry St. on no other but Perry St. in Manhattan.
On Wednesday, I headed down to Brooklyn with Susan for a week-long interactive exhibit called the Hall of Magic. By the time I post this, it will be the last day (the 29th) so I apologize that you will not be able to go in person but I wanted to share my time there anyways.
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Fashion week. The oh-so-exclusive event that many dream of attending. Well, we can say we attended something similar! My partners in crime came along with me as we represented Montclair State University at College Fashion Week. We had no idea what to expect.
Yesterday was my 3rd Ed Sheeran concert in NYC. I feel in love with Ed three years ago thanks to Tumblr and my obsession with Harry Pottter. Everyone had been reblogging this video that I have never heard or seen before with Rupert Grint in it. His vocals grabbed my attention right away but I must admit I wasn’t keen with the slowness of the song. It grew on me and I researched all things Ed. Here I am today. Another thing that grabbed me was his fiery hair, anyone who knows me knows I have a thing for gingers and while he isn’t the most gorgeous, I just find myself swooning. Last night’s show was no different.
Everyone vaguely or vividly remember what they were doing or where they were this tragic day. I can vividly remember that I was in my 4th grade class, happily beginning the day at my elementary school in my hometown of Cliffside Park. We are literally across the Hudson, where the New York skyline is the view I see from the moment I open my eyes to the moment I close them. On September 11, 2001, I was unable to even look at it, staring up at my ceiling in terror every time I heard the roar of an airplane flying over my house. Read More →
Hello my Spice Girls (Guys!), It’s been a hectic semester. It never seems to end as I am now doing my internship in New York City. I absolutely love it. The downside is getting home to New Jersey, the bus route is an hour and a half and the buses are unreliable. I am interning at Mastoloni Pearls as their PR/Marketing Intern. Everyone is the sweetest and I can’t complain about the location. It’s right by 5th Avenue! Plus, it’s where all the businessmen are…so I do some sight seeing on my breaks (;D).
It’s was unbearably humid today and being self conscious about my arms led me to literally sweat it out into my blazer. The good/bad thing is that I have to dress professional. Good because I love to dress up, bad because it’s difficult for a plus size girl like myself to find anything that is flattering and youthful that is dressy enough to wear. It’s very difficult to find some great dresses as well. I will just have to keep my eyes peeled for the perfect pieces for my closet.
The city in the summer is wonderful. The sun is shining, the city is buzzing, and there is always some Fro-yo around the corner, Yum! If you ever have the opportunity to go to the city or intern in New York, do it! You will really get the feel for the culture and honestly, I just love looking at everyone’s outfits. Not one is the same!
Today, however, was exhausting. I got locked out of my house and had to go to my fathers place of employment to get his key and take the bus back. What I found waiting for me at home was exciting, my first month of Ipsy! I am thrilled with what I recieved and will make it my duty to give you some reviews and photos of what I got!
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