I have always loved cupcakes. In an age where green juices are growing in popularity, along with extravagantly elevated basic desserts, I remain loyal to cupcakes. Even the humble donut has gotten a maple bacon bourbon makeover and cotton candy has been transformed into burritos. It is clear, more than ever, that desserts feel the need to compete for either the wow factor or the … Continue reading cupcakes

here’s the tea

Yerba Mate. I consider it green tea’s cooler, older trendier friend that is energized and glowy. Think of that girl in your spin class class that’s inexplicably bendy, never breaks a sweat, and is always chipper and bubbly af as you drag your tired and dilapidated self into 5:00 am class. Slim, thin, interesting and effortless, that’s exactly what this tea is. Encompassing the can … Continue reading here’s the tea

bullet journaling isn’t nonsense i promise

When you think of bullet journaling, you imagine some former sorority girl scrolling in cursive “go over goals” into a Kate Spade notebook in wine mom pseudo-calligraphy that she promptly places a sticker next to. I just want to say, I never thought I would even remotely enjoy this, nor would I be writing and rhapsodizing about how much I love it. Certainly, you do … Continue reading bullet journaling isn’t nonsense i promise

the only sparkling water we respect

I love sparkling water. I know it’s been exhausted to the point where we’re spiking it (just you wait, I called it, CBD sparkling water is just a sip away), and I know it’s slowly emerging to dethrone pumpkin spice lattes as the ultimate symbol of a basic bitch, but there’s just something about it. Maybe it’s because the bubbles make me feel bougie, or … Continue reading the only sparkling water we respect