Reflecting: Infinity Mirrors

Last month, I scored the opportunity to visit the Kusama exhibit at the Smithsonian Hirshorn museum. The exhibit featured 6 different infinity rooms, rooms lined with mirrors so it looked like you were looking off into infinity. My favorite rooms were those that featured hanging lights. They flickered as if they were magic. Check out the amazing…

New York Minute

In my 2017 New Years Resolution to travel more, I took a short weekend trip to the fabulous New York City! This time around, my friend and I were able to find an awesome hotel deal, so we were able to stay in TriBeCa in a nice hotel, rather than crashing on our friends couches/floors….

West Wing Adventures

Before President Obama leaves for office, I wanted to make sure I had the opportunity to explore the White House, West Wing, and the Executive Office Building. My first exploration was of the Truman Bowling Alley. Here, located in EEOB is a two lane bowling alley that is free to the public, so long as…

Christmas in New York

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! From Elf to Eloise at Christmas to Miracle on 34th St. to Home Alone, New York has been home to some of the most magical Christmas stories and movies. Every year I watched anxiously as Buddy saved Christmas by helping Santa in Central Park and have dreamed…

White House Christmas

Twinkling lights, the scent of pine, and a freshly baked gingerbread house. Snowmen, and holly, and a jolly good time was the theme at the White House Christmas Tour. While I don’t have  the time to explain the beauty and splendor of this dream come true, I will leave you all with a few of…

Keeping it Local: Sweet Eats in New York City

The Bagel Store, Williamsburg, Brooklyn Ah, the famous rainbow bagels. This cute  little bagel shop has been transformed into an insta worthy tourist trip to the cute neighborhood of Williamsburg in Brooklyn. Be sure to arrive early, because the wait will be at least 30 minutes, with the line wrapped in, around, and out the…

Cherry Blossoms, Please

While the cherry blossoms may have come and come in the Tidal Basin of Washington, D.C., I’ll always remember their beauty. Living in a touristy city (and touristy cities my entire life), I often forget to take advantage of the places that make my city so unique. For example, it took me years to hike…