A Local’s Guide to NYC

I wore shorts today, for the first time this year. Hallelujah!ย It’s finally spring! And you know what that means…just like my winter-pale gams, pretty soon the tourists will be coming out of hibernation and visiting NYC. I love my city. I’ve lived in NYC for seven years, and every day, I still have to pinchContinue reading A Local’s Guide to NYC

An Actor’s Life

Hey friends! So in case you didn’t know, I’m actually in Ohio right now! I had a commercial shoot yesterday, two auditions today, and I feel a bit like a chicken with its head cut off. And…typing that little saying out…I’ve never really considered how gruesome it really is.ย Yikes. Love life update: I’ve been kindContinue reading An Actor’s Life

Tied Up with String

๐ŸŽต๐ŸŽต๐ŸŽต…These are a few of my favorite things. ๐ŸŽต๐ŸŽต๐ŸŽต So this is now the sixth attempt at a post. My writer’s block is in full swing – perhaps because my creative mind is across the world in India, dancing in a hot pink sari with elephants at the wedding-of-the-century I’m supposed to be attending rightContinue reading Tied Up with String

Sundance FUNdance

What up from Sundance!? I’m still in Park City! The snow is still snowin’ and the film festival is still boppin’. I’m so glad you enjoyed my monster cookie recipe yesterday! Those have been a serious hit around here. Healthy, nutrition packed, delicious cookies? What’s not to love. I can’t believe it’s only Thursday! ItContinue reading Sundance FUNdance

Sundance Film Festival

Hey friends! I’m blogging from the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah! It’s 10:40pm on Sunday. I’m 2 vodka-sodas deep, which, if you know my one-drink tolerance, isย shocking. And I’m just sitting in front of the fire, watching the bobcat groomers go up and down the slopes, creating that picture-perfect corduroy for the morning.Continue reading Sundance Film Festival

Cherishing Time

It’s 7:30 am. In typical New York City fashion, there are sirens going outside. Nothing unusual. I woke up to snow blanketing the sidewalks and the streets below. It makes NYC seem softer. Less like the intimidating, eat-you-alive city that it is. My mom is visiting. We’ve been shopping, eating and enjoying our way thoughContinue reading Cherishing Time