New York City through the lens of a new New Yorker (from Sydney)

Because I love New York….



Soho. Times Square. Union Square. Flatiron. Midtown. View from the 4th level of my school. View from my dorm room/apartment.

Random shots of NYC from way back in August and September 2014 (wait that was last year now that is terrifying). When I still saw the city through a somewhat tourist lens; a certain filter that only a fresh eyed besotted new college freshman could possess, enamoured with the pure aesthetics of it all. Not that I’ve completely lost that, but certain things change after 5 months. Which I won’t delve into for now.


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How to Be a Ladyperson at the Holidays: 10 Important Tips

Lol…so true though.

Straight from the ad pages of your favorite magazines, here’s your guide to being a girl in December. Take notes.

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1. Stay cozy. Wear a baby.

wear a baby If you play your cards right, your sensitive, goateed dad/boyfriend/professor will reward you with a pair of socks made out of his extra sweater sleeves.

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2. Flaunt your complexity.

Embrace all your many dimensions. Think: "I'm an heiress and an Italian professor at this upscale tropical funeral." Show off all your many dimensions at once. When planning outfits for your holiday soirées, think: “I’m an heiress and an Italian professor at this upscale tropical funeral.”

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3. Represent feminine softness in a hard masculine world.

coach All around you are skyscrapers made of bricks and iron and glass and ouchy things. They’re all pointy and hard. But not you. You’re a soft pink flower in a gentle haze of light. Everything around you is blooming, because you breathed springtime into winter. You’re a superfresh candypants sugarblossom.

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4. If you’re truly hot, you…

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In the beginning…

Hey 🙂

Am excited as I start my blog to keep an online journal. I actually signed up in 2013 but never got around to starting (procrastination champion but that’s all changing……).

So this year, 2015, I didn’t pen down any resolutions. I decided to try something else I read about in Bona Magazine ( a great magazine that got a much needed re-vamp when the new editor took over). Instead of resolutions I wrote my bucket list consisting of 100 things I wish to accomplish in my lifetime.

I’ll be sharing the list later on when I’ve actually done a couple of things. I’ll be posting a lot of my pics as well as hubby isn’t very fond of Facebook so I can share my life in pictures.