Dedicated and committed ready to tell the world what's going on.
Writing has been a passion for as far back as I can remember.
Storytelling has given me the opportunity to express myself with the written word and making journalism my career choice was a perfect fit.
Loyalty and commitment to any project I'm working on is paramount and will not quit until it's done.
I'm easygoing, adaptable, and willing to learn.
Greece means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. It can be a living ancient history museum, a sun kissed vacation destination, or a place dedicated to exceptional cusine and wine. But, most importantly, it's home.
Even in the midst of the pandemic, New York's art scene is vibrant and varied- many museums and art galleries are open and planning exciting lineups for spring and summer. Locals and tourists are starting to come back and likely have a new appreciation for the city's status as a global arts capital, whether that means catching recent shows or revisiting the classics.
The Baccarat Hotel, in Midtown Manhattan, is one of New York's most luxurious hotels. With rooms starting in the four figures per night and filled to the brim with chandeliers, glasses and other decorations crafted with French crystals of the same name, it's no surprise that it is.
If there's one theme I've been writing on for the past few months, it's that in this homebound, sedentary lifestyle a lot of us aren't used to experiencing, the best way to feel connected to the places you've been pining to visit is to keep calm, relax, and take a sip of some fine spirits from those destinations.
Trinny Woodall is known as the original makeover queen with a twenty-year career in television ( What Not to Wear, and The Trinny and Susannah make-over show filmed in 16 countries) and a best-selling author. She has spent her career helping women (and some men) find the most flattering, foolproof makeup.
When I walked into the Greek restaurant Loi Estiatorio, in Manhattan's Midtown West, to pick up my to-go dinner in late March, the city had recently gone into lockdown, and there was a palapable fear in the air.
Whether it's in New Delhi, New Orleans or somewhere in-between, there's no doubt that millions upon millions of people globally have been homebound the past few months. Routine pleasures like seeing loved ones, enjoying a night out, or even just leaving your house have become impossible due to the onset of the COVID-19 virus gripping the world.
Imagine being part of a field and shaping the future for everyone in it. A rare few can attest to being such pioneers. The Hollywood facialist Sonya Dakar is one such person. The world-famous skincare guru changed the game back in 1983 with her groundbreaking skin care formulas.
Nobody would blame you for being- at least a little- on edge these days. With the pandemic-induced safety measures unfortunately showing little sign of easing up, people are feeling frustrated from having very little to keep them occupied outside of the house.
Most people would be lying if they said they've never fantasized about being a spy. The thrill of stealing the secrets of somebody else and getting out undetected is a rush that everyone dreams of feeling. Now in the Big Apple, on the West Side, there's a way to get that same adrenaline boost but without the danger of being caught.