The Unexpected Gifts of Quarantine – a life update & what I think this time is about

Hi loves, I'm feeling the call to write. I woke up today late - I've been waking up around 8 am to do my morning pages, morning meditation, pulling my spirit cards, and yoga. But today, I woke up at 9:40 am, so I dragged myself out of bed, made some fresh celery juice and … Continue reading The Unexpected Gifts of Quarantine – a life update & what I think this time is about

on energetic upgrades, the spiritual flu & an insight into surrendering and trusting the creative process

Is anyone feeling the intennnnnnse energy of mercury retrograde combined with the pisces new moon? I am not one to usually one to pay too much attention to what sign the moon is in. I don't do full moon or new moon rituals religiously. I know it's a popular thing to do on instagram, but … Continue reading on energetic upgrades, the spiritual flu & an insight into surrendering and trusting the creative process

a note on finding meaning and being a full time artist

Hi my loves. I'm feeling a long life update blog post is in order after having a whirlwind of a month transitioning to living in New York City and figuring out my next step. This past month has been beautiful and such a testament to trusting in the universe and letting it guide me instead … Continue reading a note on finding meaning and being a full time artist

Moving to NYC and why it will be my greatest teacher

It's my LAST DAY of being 24 and I spent my morning journaling in bed, naked, doing a self-pleasure practice which involved massaging my naked body in coconut oil, listening to an Abraham Hicks abundance rampage, pulling a card from my new card deck by Sahara Rose's "A Yogic Path", creating a yoga class for … Continue reading Moving to NYC and why it will be my greatest teacher

city of apples – a poem

my friends live in a cluster in the city of lights or is that Paris they're in the city of apples you know which one i'm 3 hours north living my quiet domestic life by the seaside nestled in the theater forest with the foghorns and homemade ice creams and living in a Victorian mansion … Continue reading city of apples – a poem

turkish coffee – a poem

We ate simits covered in olive spread, thin little bagels so you don’t get schmutz on your face. After, we drank Turkish coffees strong like a shot. We read each other’s fortunes from the coffee grounds letting the spirit move through us. We saw rivers flowing in ravines and raccoons on mountains and energy leaving out of ourselves and cleaning … Continue reading turkish coffee – a poem

NYC Food Guide

If you know me at all, then you know that I LOVE FOOD. My favorite thing to do in a big city is to eat my way through it. Literally. The worst part for me about traveling is getting too full and not being able to eat anymore... I'm lucky that I can go to … Continue reading NYC Food Guide

A Weekend in New York City

I had the most soul nourishing weekend with a group of Persian friends I had in college who came to NYC for the first time. Since living in CT, I've been much less exposed to that culture and have had to trade chicken barg and tahdig with lobster rolls and pizza. I'm not sure what … Continue reading A Weekend in New York City