A list of gratitudes to mark the close of one calendar year and the start of another. Continue reading Grateful For_2020
Taking a page out of the book I am reading, Designing Your Life, by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans and examining where I am, according to their 4 metrics. Continue reading Measuring Myself Today
There’s a 124 year old bath house in the East Village called the Shvitz, that Manhattanites and Brooklyns frequent, and something that now I am bent on trying. It is closer than the one I go to. Elon Musk just bought more shares of Tesla [Roughly 20%]…Can we… too? Time to bring my little Robinhood out from hibernation. Apparently, when you reach your full retirement age, 66, and apply for your Social Security benefits: if you have a partner, it is better to apply, and have your spouse process themselves for a spousal benefit… more on my SS learnings later — once … Continue reading January 30, 2016
Not in a box. Not with a fox. Not in a house. Not with a mouse. I would not eat them here or there …my favorite books of 2017. Continue reading My 5 Favorite Books of 2017
“On my deathbed, I will instruct a nurse to bring me the following… Continue reading On Cheering to Death
An informative report on the state of retail by Copenhagen Fashion Summit’s Global Fashion Agenda in collaboration with BCG and the Sustainable Apparel Coalition this year Continue reading Pulse of the Fashion Industry, 2017
A interesting piece on Modern Love by Emily Demaionewton.
Sourced from The New York Times. Continue reading Not Friends? Then No Benefits
Resolutions written by 18th century theologian, John Edwards, at the tender age of 19. Continue reading The Resolutions of John Edwards
Here is my 2016 book list of books I’ve carried through completion and thoroughly enjoyed, with random, rambling annotations.
I wish the world the biggest growth it’s seen yet this 2017. Continue reading My 2016 Book List: Let my Year in Books Inspire You as Well!
Engineer the perfect setup for a cozy evening in your urban abode this holiday, and use this time as an excuse to get some self-loving R&R. Continue reading Soo’s 2016 Gift Guide
This is my second week of trying to abstain from all social media, and I have been failing gloriously. I can’t seem to take my hands away from clicking that app icon. I have uninstalled apps only to reinstall them. … Continue reading Cal Newport on Measuring the Value of Connectivity