That little fire that burns from within
They say you can't fake cool and I agree, but there is an argument to be made that you can fake effortlessness, which can frequently find itself sailing harmonically in tandem with coolness. This, of course, …see more
Need a break? Grab an ice cube.
Monday mornings can be hard. Especially on the heels of a restless (or is it reckless?) summer weekend, where the sole saving grace moonlights as the pursuit and subsequent location of a satisfying cold brew coffee. Of course, …see more
Hurry up with my damn croissant!
When I crossed the threshold that is suite 808 this morning, I realized that today was, like the first and second nights of Passover, different from all the other days. If there are 52 Mondays …see more
Right after I wash it twice and then use some Purell.
My recent trip to Delaware was motivated by the same intentions that most of my other random jaunts are: a cocktail of genuine interest and a nagging need to challenge the borders of my comfort zone. My concern over the latter has always …see more
Are you in it for the food or the social experience?
Do you spend your time scrolling incessantly through Yelp reviews and pictures, cursing Kathy P. and Bryan Simpson from Bushwick, as in, Brooklyn New York, for commenting on the palatability of a grass-fed lamb burger topped with …see more
Ever since College Humor released its video on being basic, the term has seemingly become a part of everyday vernacular. According to The Cut, a basic female is “a terminally boring Sex and the City viewer and consumer of …see more
D.I.Y…eah, I’d rather not.
Ketchup ruins lives. It's the most stupid condiment ever, not because of taste (which is almost as universally beloved as Funfetti frosting), but because its sole mission in life is to drip off whatever food you're eating and land directly on to white. …see more
Because they really do know everything. (But don’t tell them we said that.)
The world would not exist without moms. This is true scientifically (ignore those members of the Audubon Society who maintain that babies are delivered via stork), but figuratively, too, because without the collective of motherly advice …see more