With the stress of a new job and getting over bipolar NY weather, a weekend getaway to Miami was a must for me. From the sand, sun, shopping and DELICIOUS food, Miami has all the necessities for a girls weekend. No wonder us New Yorkers have a reputation for being snowbirds, the sunshine state is a … Continue reading Miami B*tch
This spring and summer I've brightened up my wardrobe by including stars. From patchwork on shoes to studs in my leather jacket, there is not enough places to put these night time beauties. They instantly add edge to jeans and a shirt, or give my look a more festival vibe. My favorite way to pair … Continue reading Stars and Stripes
With the harsh winter wind and my pigmentation lacking some serious vitamin D, making sure I still have 22 year old looking skin has become one of my top priorities. We've all seen beauty brands promising "flawless finish" foundations, however, I believe that with a great base you will always look flawless. When I was … Continue reading My Skin Care Routine
(Above picture: me trying to be cool) Is it just me, or is starting a new job kinda feel like being the new kid in school? You don't know anyone, and you have no idea who you're going to sit with at lunch. I guess the fear of eating alone is truly ageless. In the last … Continue reading New job, who this?
Do you remember in school getting snow days? From elementary, middle, high school to college, snow days never lost their magic. With pre-bedtime rituals of putting a frozen spoon under your pillow to wearing your pajamas inside out and dancing in front of the window (guilty of this - but it worked so no regrets), my … Continue reading Adult Snow Day
I shoved someone today. I placed my hands on a man and moved him, with force, in a direction out of my way. It's the Express 2 Train Downtown, and we as commuting New Yorkers are fighting to get on it. Time check - 6:25 pm Monday January 30, 2017 at Times Square–42nd Street subway … Continue reading The Daily Grind
It's Saturday morning and I'm woken up by the sound of my alarm clock. "Kierstin when are you getting up?" I open my eyes, and adjust to the sight of my mom standing over my bed. "Kierstin, I need you to unload the dishwasher and clean the bathroom. What time are you leaving? Are you … Continue reading Moving Back Home