What's In My Bag

What’s In My Bag: June Recommended Reading

This month’s reading recommendations were culled ruthlessly because of the insane amounts of reading I am doing lately. What is… read more »

What’s In My Bag: April Beauty Edition

1. Origins High-Potency Night-A-Mins $41.99 So, I just turned 35. That is such a weird sentence to write. Mentally, I… read more »

What’s In My Bag: April Recommended Reading

I read some heady and interesting books this month. I was so consumed with these books at different points that… read more »

Days In

Two Days in Sunnyvale, CA

Sunnyvale will never not remind me of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I know Buffy was set in Sunnydale, but it… read more »

Four Days in Blue Mountain, Ontario

This post should have the subtitle “What to Do in Canada When You Don’t Ski”. We went to Blue Mountain… read more »

Six Days in Placencia, Belize: What to Do

You can happily sit by the water and drink away your vacation in Belize. Eating is an activity that should… read more »

The Latest Reviews

Smythson of Bond Street in NYC

This is an official counter to any Burning Man post, as this is a post about psychotically expensive journals and accessories purchased in NYC. My… read more »

Farm:Table in San Francisco

When I was in San Francisco last, I made an intentional trip to Farm:Table (754 Post St., San Francisco) before my flight… read more »

Butter and Zeus in Santa Clara (or An Adventure in Drunk Slushies)

Everyone has had those weeks. The work weeks where, because of what you have to absorb, your brain feels like… read more »

Reading & Viewing

December Giveaway: The Little Black Book of Holiday Cheer

Well, it is still technically December, so here is our December Giveaway! This month, we have a book of over… read more »

How to Pack a Linen Suit

Linen is a fickle mistress. It seems like such an elegant choice for a warm-weather suit and it is. You… read more »

Photo Essay: The Neon Museum in Las Vegas (Unfiltered)

Although I have been to Las Vegas a dozen times, I have rarely strayed from the chaos of The Strip…. read more »