New Orleans Travel Guide


A few weeks ago I headed to New Orleans for the first time for a high school friend’s wedding and since it was my first time visiting, decided to spend 4 days to really explore the city (spoiler: there was a ton we didn’t get to). The weather was perfect and we spent the time […]

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Recap: #FNxYummie


If I wasn’t already in the mood for holiday shopping, I definitely am now. Last week my company Flora Nuit partnered with Yummie by Heather Thomson and Portobello Road Gin for a fun little event at The Farm in Soho. Guests shopped new loungewear from Yummie (which is what I’ll be wearing all Fall and Winter) and sipped custom cocktails from Portobello Road Gin, […]

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The Perfect Lingerie Party


Are you familiar with lifestyle and entertaining blogger Camille Styles? If not, you should become so. Immediately. As a friend of mine said recently, “I want to live in this blog.”  So when my company, Flora Nuit, had the opportunity to work with her to throw the perfect lingerie party, we grabbed it. And as […]

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Holiday Gift Guide 2013

BrokeSnob holiday Gift Guide

I. Love. Holiday. Shopping. You know that feeling when you find the perfect gift for someone? It’s the best, right? If you say no, you’re lying or you’re terrible. So here is your holiday gift guide for any person, any price. Under $25 ‘Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoe’ Book, $9.99 “Classic” print, $15 Under […]

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Foodie Friday: Sex on the Table


Yes, you read that right. Sex on the Table. The name, not of a potential coital catastrophe, but of one of the most unique cooking schools in New York. Located in the heart of the East Village, the Sex on the Table Cooking School is run by Michelin starred chef, Juerg Federer, who goes by the […]

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Pearl & Ash: Almost as good as real pearls

Pearl & Ash

Last weekend, I was walking up Bowery when, among all of the closed restaurant supply stores, I came upon an actual restaurant. And a beautiful one at that. Newly opened Pearl & Ash serves an eclectic menu of small plates created by Chef Richard Kuo. (Ok, if you really want you can order full sized entrees, but […]

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UrbanSpace Meatpacking

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You know how the holiday pop-up markets in New York are awesome? You know how being cold sucks? Well the brains behind UrbanSpace (the guys who put on said holiday pop-up markets) must have thought the same thing, so they came up with a solution. Urban Space Meatpacking. Located just off the Highline at West […]

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Mom’s the word

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Mother’s Day is upon us and unless you are a horrible child or you have a horrible mother, you should be thinking of what to get the woman from whose loins you sprung. Here are the things I’m deciding between for my mom (or, in the spirit of Cinco de Mayo, mi madre)… My mom […]

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Valentine’s Schmalentine’s

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Valentine’s Day. I’m going to go out on a limb and say it’s one of the most hated holidays out there. If you’re dating someone maybe it’s not so bad, but you still have to come up with something sweet and romantic and creative, as if you’ve just got ALLLL this free time on your […]

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