Tag: recommendation

July 15, 2016

On My Radar: Peach and Lily’s Ask Lily service

Don’t be fooled- great lighting and i’m wearing coverup! I spy my shingle scars though. It’s been a year since I moved to LA and I’m still struggling to get used to some things. My skin and the climate is one of them. There’s definitely something different about the air and water in LA. My east-coast born and bred skin and hair have never been drier…

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June 20, 2016

My New Favorite Cafe in Ktown LA: Creperie Le Terrace

I’m always looking for new cafes to camp out and be productive in because I can only be so productive in the comfort of my own bed. This past weekend, I looked up places in K-town using Yelp, trying to avoid the Starbucks, Caffe Bene’s and Tom and Tom’s (the more mainstream places) when I came across Creperie Le Terrace. I chose this place because it happened to be close…

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March 27, 2016

Favorite places in Culver City

So…. I moved again. I’ve lived in 3 different neighborhoods since I’ve moved here. Crazy I know. Culver City was such a wonderful neighborhood to live in.  Yes, it has its own In and Out but there’s so much more that I’ll miss. Here’s what I recommend and what I’ll have to come back for: New School of Cooking + Cafe  It’s in the heart of the Culver City Arts…

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February 23, 2016

On my radar: Me Before You

I saw the trailer for Me Before You recently and within minutes I had tears rolling down my cheeks. Maybe it’s the Ed Sheeran song (his songs always get me). Either way it stirred a lot of emotions and I knew I had to go see this movie when it came out. [instagram url=https://www.instagram.com/p/BBf3CnKSNbD/] A friend of mine gave me a kindle fire recently, and…

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October 16, 2015

What makes a (sexy) Man

What does it mean to be a Man in today’s society, where common courtesy is not so common and etiquette gets lost behind the screen? As a twenty-something millennial navigating the ever changing world of relationships, this question has popped into my mind more than once. What exactly makes a man (or person in general) sexy? Is it looks? Is it how much money he spends?…

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March 29, 2015

I finally went! OIJI- korean restaurant in the East Village, NYC

If you’re in the mood for Korean food and you want a place where you’re given a bunch of free banchan (side dishes), with massive amounts of food… then go to K-town. You can go with a large group, eat until you’re stuffed and throw back a few bottles of soju amidst the loud chatter of the restaurant. You might even run into someone you…

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November 30, 2014

Posman Books: visit before its gone :(

You know it’s serious when the title has a sadface. Posman books is a bookstore I discovered just recently. I found myself at Chelsea Market waiting for a friend and wandering around to kill time, because I was early per usual. I stumbled upon Posman Books and found myself thoroughly entertained- the time passed by so quickly! Before I knew it, my friend showed up and…

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April 8, 2014

CitizenM, NYC

As someone who has lived in New York for about 5 years now… I have come to dread passing through Times Square. It’s busy, crowded, loud and touristy but of course, it is also in the center of the city making it a convenient and a must visit area. Last Friday I was invited to preview the new CitizenM hotel. I had no idea what to expect….

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August 14, 2013

What I read: Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

Crazy Rich Asians. Sounds absurd, right? The moment I heard there was a book called Crazy Rich Asians in existence, I knew I had to read it.  I had been reading a lot of non-fiction at the time and also happened to be looking for a guilty pleasure since Gossip Girl was no longer airing on tv.  So, over a month ago, I went and…

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June 11, 2013

What I’m reading: Paul Arden

It’s nice to have the classics and some educational non-fiction on your book shelf but sometimes you need a book that gives you a quick kick in the butt and a boost of motivation. A friend of mine recommended this to me and it’s a book I  flip through whenever I’m not reading Lean In. It’s a book of logical answers to everyday questions through…

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