Last summer I got married. I was planning to write about the days leading up to the wedding but then (almost) one year passed and I never did. So here goes. I got married on a Saturday and I took that Thursday and Friday off (and also the following week for our honeymoon in Jamaica … Continue reading Before the Wedding
There's a lot of loathsome corporate-isms that I'd be fine "taking offline" indefinitely and don't ever want to "circle back" on. But there's one that I think perfectly and unironically describes what drives me. Have you ever been on a long, meandering email chain (99% of them), and someone bravely jumps in to "close the … Continue reading “Closing the Loop”
It's a fact we all must live with. Summers change when you get older. Occasionally I forget I've been in the workforce for a decade, and whenever June comes around I get excited for summer vacation. That 3-month ship has sailed (Except for my teacher friends! Though they will tell you it basically amounts to … Continue reading Summer is Here Again!!
Carly Rae Jepson wrote a song about me called "Too Much," and I'm not worthy of this gift but she gave it to me, at the start of the summer no less! It's an anthem about excess, extraness, and giving your whole self over to a feeling. The chorus goes: When I party, then I … Continue reading “Too Much” is an Unapologetic Anthem for the Extra
Last month we moved apartments. We lived in our old apartment, our first-ever New York apartment, for two years. And while we didn’t hate it, we didn’t love it. We made the choice to move because of a feeling. That was kind of scary and also an incredible privilege we were able to act on. … Continue reading Taking a Leap of Faith
I was thinking about friendships recently, again, forever. I was thinking about how they change over time and what it means to be a friend in your thirties. I struggle with it because I've always been an all-in type of person. Admittedly, I can be intense (as both friends and enemies have pointed out). I … Continue reading Making Friends in Your Thirties
Yesterday afternoon I was running around Greenwich Village with my husband, brother-in-law, his friend, and a group of five 12-year-old girls and their moms. The whole thing was so bizarre and delightful that I'm putting it here to make sure I didn't dream it. For Christmas, Jeff's brother bought us tickets to this thing: an … Continue reading The New York City Scavenger Hunt