Guests hardly ever believe me when I tell them I live in New York City for two years. How could a raft guide live there? There’s no rafting there.
What’s the key to travel writing? How do you break into an industry that so many people want to be a part of? More importantly, how do you separate yourself from the hoard? Having written for the Fashion Tech industry, had a story about life as a raft guide published, and traveled around the world,Continue reading “Travel Writing: Finding My Voice”
The business of fashion can be an overwhelming, but with the right strategies in place the startup process can run a little smoother. That was the focus Monday night at Wix Lounge thanks to sponsors GarysGuide and AlleyWatch, with excellent food and drinks from Qwiker Liquor, For The Gourmet, and Hint. Image: Wix Lounge ModeratedContinue reading “Event Recap: Fashion Business Strategies”
Yesterday was the 2013 ING New York Marathon, making today Marathon Monday. A race dedicated to the runners and spectators of Boston, as well as the Sandy victims that are still recovering along the east coast, the marathon served as inspiration for where my life should be going. If you ask any distance runner, thereContinue reading “No Excuse November: Marathon Monday”
I start every morning with New York 1, it may be one of my favorite morning news programs. The simple news channel is one of my favorite perks of living in the city, but with the NYC elections coming tomorrow, discussions of the mayoral candidates to replace Michael Bloomberg has been the topic of almostContinue reading “Bill de Blasio: In the City That Never Sleeps”
Unfortunately it’s about that time of the year again. While everyone else is looking for the perfect Halloween costume, or planning Thanksgiving and Christmas with their families; the countdown to race day has begun. At 75 days out from the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend the pressure is on to make up for the trainingContinue reading “The Dopey: An Agonizing Countdown”