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January 2015

Of the moment // 1.30.15

One of the reasons why I blog is simply to have the space to write: getting things “on paper” helps me to process my feelings and organize my thoughts. I also love having a record of my life over the past few years: a place that holds all of my...
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Postcard of Paris in blue

In New York City, I'm always on the lookout for red: a lucky red door, the red I <3 NY logo, a burst of begonias in a window box. But in Paris, it seemed like blue was everywhere I looked: a bright blue door, a spattering of blue tile, graffiti...
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The best of Paris, via Instagram

I went on my very first international trip to Paris with my mom when I was 11 years old: I was completely enamored with pain au chocolats every morning, the Disney store on the Champs-Élysées and the view from the Eiffel Tower. Last week, I went to...
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A visit to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

It's impossible to visit Charlottesville, Virginia without hearing about Thomas Jefferson--or Mr. Jefferson, as he's referred to by locals. Born and raised in Virginia, Jefferson inherited a large amount of land outside of Charlottesville in his 20s....
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A weekend in Fort Lauderdale

My boyfriend's birthday is January 6: not only does that make him a Capricorn (so grounded and laid-back and even-tempered he is!), but it also means that his birthday is right around that point in winter where the winter-wonderland-ness of Christmas...
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Of the moment // 1.16.15

One of the reasons why I blog is simply to have the space to write: getting things “on paper” helps me to process my feelings and organize my thoughts. I also love having a record of my life over the past few years: a place that holds all of my...
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Postcard from Charlottesville

Over the holidays, I headed down to Charlottesville, Virginia to spend Christmas with my boyfriend's family. Although my boyfriend is a born-and-raised Manhattanite, his uncle was a law professor at University of Virginia and his aunt worked in PR...
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Date idea: DiFara Pizza, a legendary Brooklyn pizzeria

One of the coolest things about working at Vimeo is that I can legitimately watch awesome videos as part of my job. A few weeks ago, The Best Thing I Ever Done popped up in my feed: the short film is "a portrait of DeMarco and his beloved pizzeria,...
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Of the moment // 1.9.14

One of the reasons why I blog is simply to have the space to write: getting things “on paper” helps me to process my feelings and organize my thoughts. I also love having a record of my life over the past few years: a place that holds all of my...
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Postcard from a Brooklyn Bridge sunrise

One of my 2012 resolutions was to see more sunrises. Even though 2012 has long since come and gone, the simplicity of that statement continues to motivate me to wake up a little earlier and watch the day come in.On New Year's Eve, I woke up to my...
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