Last weekend, my cousin, my roommate and I decided it would be an excellent idea to have some time to bond with nature. (Actually, we drunkenly decided that it would be a good idea to cross the Brooklyn Bridge at sunrise. It was 11:30 and I had had a whole bottle of wine and we
As I said last week, one of the best things about 2016 was that I finally caught a job for the start of 2017. It’s been such a hectic last few months. A short bit of respite from the city among the Tennessee trees was just what I needed.
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.
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
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
There’s nothing I love quite like a perfect café, but apparently I’m on the wrong continent for that. Bluestone Lane is a series of cafés and coffeeshops inspired by the coffee culture in Melbourne, Australia–hence why you’ll hear so many Aussie accents from the baristas and employees. The café I’m reviewing is Bluestone Lane Collective