Grace & Style: A Brief Review

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I finally got around to reading Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It by YouTuber and comedian, Grace Helbig. For a while, I thought the book was dedicated to the dos and don’ts of clothes and make-up. Fashion/beauty isn’t my go-to beat as a writer, so admittedly, it sat on my bookshelf ...

Bleecker Street’s Hidden Vegan Teasure

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Earlier this month, I visited New York City and had the pleasure of dining at vegan-only restaurants. This story is the second of a three-part series dedicated to my foodie treks. After scavenging for parking around the Washington Square Park area, my friend and I finally gave up finding a metered parking spot and settled on a pay-per-hour garage. ...

Coloring Book Meets Postcard

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You've probably about adult coloring books in the past year.  You might have even heard of Secret Garden: An Inky Treasure Hunt and Coloring Book by Johanna Basford. I recently came across a miniature version of Secret Garden while shopping downtown a few months ago. Instead of a full-length coloring book, Basford created a postcard set with twenty ...

Brooklyn’s Punk Vegan Take Out

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Earlier this month, I visited New York City and had the pleasure of dining at vegan-only restaurants. This story is the first a three-part series dedicated to my foodie treks. I don't travel anywhere without using Yelp. Primarily, I use the tool as a resource for a plant-based diet in an unfamiliar place. I can't always rely ...

An Inside Look On Soylent

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Last month, I finally got my hands on a bottle of Soylent. Soylent is a food product (approved by the FDA) intended to become "a staple meal" for adults. If you're someone like me, it sounds more like a meal replacer. Hear me out. I work the normal 9 to 5 desk job. I wake up ...