Spring Cleaning – A Guide to Decluttering Our Homes and Our Hearts

Growing up, I remember breathing in fresh, floral notes as the earth sprouted green carpet and colorful buds.  The smoke from the chimney was gradually replaced by the charcoal of my neighbor's grill. I would always take notice when he simultaneously trimmed the weeds in his yard and the hair on his face, revealing bright purple flowers and the fact that he was not a character… Continue reading Spring Cleaning – A Guide to Decluttering Our Homes and Our Hearts

Nobody Puts Yogi in the Corner

A hot shower, a toothbrush, a caffeinated beverage and business attire are typically the only things to touch my skin before 8am - and that is the way I like it. As the day drags on, it becomes gradually more difficult to avoid coming in contact with objects and people. I consider myself an outgoing introvert, who values companionship, but equally… Continue reading Nobody Puts Yogi in the Corner

Don’t Go Overboard This Fall: Pumpkin Treats, Slimming Seats & What To Do When You Feel Beat

The temperature in New York is dropping and soon the air will be as crisp as the leaves descending from the trees. While I hate the thought of summer being over, I must admit that I am already falling under autumn's spell; craving patterned scarves, boots, leather jackets and every girl's best friend -- leggings. Like a… Continue reading Don’t Go Overboard This Fall: Pumpkin Treats, Slimming Seats & What To Do When You Feel Beat