Travel & Culture
A passionate writer with a strong editorial background in both digital and print, covering a wide variety of topics that range from travel destinations to food trends and fitness inspiration. I currently work as Senior Associate Editor of News & Culture at Apartment Therapy, and I've had experience at companies such as Rodale Inc., LittleThings, Afar Media, XO Group Inc., Time Inc., Hearst and National Geographic, along with various independent authors and small publications.
I also am a contributing writer for travel site kimkim that helps plan and book trips through local experts. Additionally, I do volunteer work for a nonprofit called African Sky, which aims to bridge communities and create social change for the people in Mali, Africa.
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Travel & Culture
In a perfect world, we'd all love our homes and our communities. But when that's not possible, I choose neighborhood over space, and that's okay. Here's my love letter to you, NYC.
By seasonal markers, March is the light at the end of the long, dark winter tunnel. However, while this month brings daylight savings and the official start of spring, it can be just as brutal (if not more so) than its January and February cousins.
Everyone has heard of "fast fashion," a term used to capture the quick nature of current fashion trends. It also expresses the wasteful elements that come with it, like harm to the environment, and as a result, our well-being.
For a lot of people, staying in a local's home like an Airbnb or Vrbo when traveling is one of the most special parts of the whole experience.
The Queens International Night Market's energy reflects the surrounding borough and NYC at large, filled with international influence.
It was a rainy, cloud-smothering day in Stockholm when we arrived at the Snabba Hus Västberga project site. The bus dropped us off right outside the affordable apartment community, and as we walked toward the center of the complex, patches of green made up a public space area where I envisioned tenants hanging out in sunnier weather.
With a short distance of 85 miles (137 km), getting from Milan to Verona is a straightforward journey.
When you hear "Aha! Moment," you think Oprah Winfrey. "Yas, Queen" screams Ilana Glazer. Now, who comes to mind when you think of "spark joy?" It's a no-brainer, especially these days: Marie Kondo.
Looking to travel off the beaten path in the Greek isles? Check out these underrated islands you definitely should visit.
Food & Wellness
New York City diners can ring in Lao New Year at the Laotian-inspired Khe-Yo restaurant in TriBeCa for the duration of the holiday.
There is undeniable mixed feelings about Starbucks opening its first store in Italy, where cafes serve their espresso much differently than the American coffee company. But it is obvious that the new Roastery in Milan -which opened last week-is different from its sibling stores in the U.S.
See how Drew Barrymore (and her daughters!) spend their ideal night in, with all the snacks and all the board games.
We asked Anthony Bourdain to share his top five whisky spots around the country.
Adding to their already existing selection of wizarding goods, options include everything from pancake molds shaped like the Golden Snitch to colorful aprons that allow you to show your House pride.
Before opening Boston's new fast-casual Greek eatery, Saloniki, chef Jody Adams took a research trip to Thessaloniki, Greece, the city that inspired the restaurant's name.