The Best NYC Desserts and Where to Get Them

New York City has an expansive history that doesn’t neglect food. With immigrants from all parts of the world, the rich melting pot of New York is sprinkled with culinary traditions that fuel our appetite for adventure. Whether traditional or cutting edge, the dessert scene has something for everyone. And with competition growing by the…

The Best NYC Bars for Forgetting It’s Winter

It’s the first week of February, which means temperatures in New York still risk dropping below freezing, and you’re starting to realize we have at least two more months of this. Your parka has been dragged around the island, zipped up and down and jerked around and you’re ready to give it a rest. Well…

Why Work Friends are the Best Friends

If you work in a major city like New York, you’re busy. The city is fast paced, our commutes are long (and prone to mishap), and we work crazy hours trying to climb that corporate ladder. After pouring all you have into your career, physical and mental well-being, who has time to make friends? There’s…

How to Use Craigslist Like a Boss

Moving in New York City can be a hassle. Most apartments don’t come furnished, and outfitting your space can get expensive. Between living room and bedroom furniture and everything you need to get cooking in your kitchen, it’s easy to spend upwards of $1,000 on apartment goods. And after already dropping some serious dough on…

How to Have the Best Morning Every Single Day

The sounds of a garbage truck or honking cars woke you up. Your roommate is in the shower when you’re already late to work. You burned your toast. The subway is late (or worse, overcrowded). When you live in New York City, there are a million things that can go wrong–all before the clock strikes…

Which New York City Neighborhood Should You Live In?

If you’re new to the city, it can be daunting trying to choose the right neighborhood to move to. Between Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Jersey–there’s plenty of options with different pros and cons. Blaire and Serena showed us the tree-lined charm of the upper east side, and led us to believe the steps of the Met…

6 Apps to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Every year, as the calendar days tick on and it gets closer to the 31st of December, I start to think about the year behind me and what’s ahead. The passing of one year and start to the next is an arbitrary reminder to reflect and resolve to make better decisions going forward. Whether we…