There’s only one time of the year when New York City truly never sleeps, and that is during the holidays. While the entire island looks like a festive paradise, there’s something about the stretch between 45th St and 58th St. 5th Avenue sparkles and shines brighter than the stars (do the stars even light up enough … More Holiday Windows 2015
It’s a little late, but happy thanksgiving! I hope everyone who celebrates got to spend it with people they wanted to. I was lucky enough to celebrate it in a true American fashion with the Sweet family. We left NYC on Tuesday evening, exhausted after handing in (almost) all our final projects and papers for … More Thanksgiving
Happy summer friends! It’s been a while now, but for good reason; I have barely been home for a month! It all started with a trip to Chicago, IL (just so you know that it’s not a fake Chicago somewhere on the West Coast… You know, USA does that sometimes), with 2/3 of my female … More Chicago Fire on the Dancefloor
This is a story about how a Wikipedia search about Norwegian flags turned into a trip to Washington DC. Ready? Okay! It was a cold Thursday in NYC. Actually, it wasn’t that cold. I had just had a facial at Bergdorf’s by Lancôme, followed by an excellent lunch at Good Dish with Monica. We later … More When in DC
After having 3 papers with economics, 4 hours of intense writing over two days, 7 tasks, and 44 handwritten pages, I am officially exhausted. The grey and depressing weather is really not making it any better. Looking at pretty pictures helps a little bit, but does not really make things better… Still have two more … More Dear sun, where are you?