Seriously, can you believe the November favorites are here?! I can’t. I love the end of November, because I can stop doing the vaguely winter-y things I was doing and just start pretending it’s Christmas. I love dropping pretenses.
Good morning, sweet readers! (I think there are enough of you here now that I can address you like that, but feel free to comment below and put me back into my place.) Since I moved to New York, I’ve had to pick up part-time work (which you can read about here) and had to
Please don’t misunderstand; I love New York. But after three months in the city, I needed a break. That’s where the trip upstate came in. G and I hit Sleepy Hollow, the famed site of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
There are a lot of places I miss, but only one hometown. These, sweet readers are the places I miss in Austin so much that I’ll be visiting every single one of them when I go home for Thanksgiving.
Sure, October has come and gone, so I’m a little late. I still wanted to share my favorite finds during the spoopiest month.
Perhaps I’ve told you, perhaps I haven’t: I spent about half of 2015 in Brussels, Belgium, and I miss it dearly. I drank a lot of coffee and spent a lot of time walking around the city. I lived in a flat with two roommates and no oven, which meant that my stress-baking tactics were put
Note: your New York Packing List by Tyler uses affiliate links. If you don’t want to help support the blog, please use a search engine to find the linked items. So, you may or may not be aware that I moved to New York City recently. I thought it might be nice, for those of
Alert: sweater weather is here. I’m so excited to finally live in a place where the temperatures drop in September, rather than mid-November–it means I get to break out my sweaters without worrying about sweating all day. It means scarves! It means bundling! And hot drinks! (…And winter blubber.) As of right now, I do not
Surprise! Another fantastic set of coffee tips is coming your way. The twist this time is that you’re about to read words written by my sweet friend Laura over at Stinusit! Laura has gone and tested a whole bunch of places for coffee in Copenhagen, Denmark, and is sharing her favorites with us! When you
So, unless you’ve been living under a fairly sizable rock–a boulder, one might even say–you’ve heard of Glossier. The all-digital, straight-to-consumer, affordable luxury brainchildren of Into the Gloss’s Emily Weiss. And what wonderful brainchildren they are. (And the packaging is just… uuuuugh. So simple and lovely. I love Glossier packaging deeply.)