So I Tried Paddleboarding

A couple of weeks ago, I journeyed back home to New Hampshire to spend time at Lake Sunapee and Lake Winnipesaukee. I was so so excited, and not just because my best friend was getting married, but also because I had new paddleboards waiting there for me. I’ve never tried this aquatic activity before, but trust me when I tell you that you do not need to be athletic to enjoy them. If my mom can do it, so can you. Continue reading “So I Tried Paddleboarding”

New York in the Pink Dress

Preparing for the New York heat, I knew I needed to bring a few key things: refillable water bottle (saving the planet, etc.), dresses, shorts to wear underneath my dresses, and of course lots of sunglasses. I went on a little ‘add to cart’ binge on Asos a few weeks ago, and definitely dont regret it. I may not be able to wear these summer dresses all the time in SF, but with all these trips on my cal, I got dresses-o-plenty. Continue reading “New York in the Pink Dress”

Finding Shade in Central Park

On a hot, hot, hot, hot NYC summer day, I decided it was a great idea to be outdoors and pay Central Park a little visit. After taking the hot, hot, hot NYC subway to the park, I found relief under the shade of a tree, wishing I was one of the dozens of turtles swimming in the pond. Thankfully, the park is close to some great shopping on 5th ave. where all of the stores have air conditioning. Perfect excuse to find my man a comfy seat while I peruse all the summer sales. Continue reading “Finding Shade in Central Park”

My Nightly Skincare Routine

There are only a few products that I’m truly, truly loyal to. One of them is Neutrogena’s Oil-Free Acne face wash. I remember my mom using it when I was younger all the time, always wondering what that weird word (acne) meant. I wish I didn’t know now, ha. My mom has always been a huge advocate for skincare, which is probably why she looks like she’s ten years younger than she is. That all being said, I’ve found a new face wash. Continue reading “My Nightly Skincare Routine”