Paris: 20 Parting Observations from the Most Wonderful of Cities

I’ve been to Paris a bunch of times, so you might think I’m somewhat over it by this point. However, a quick glance at my iPhone’s Camera Roll would suggest otherwise. For example, when I was there for two weeks last April and May, I took over 800 photos. So, clearly, this city holds no more interest … More Paris: 20 Parting Observations from the Most Wonderful of Cities

Ireland, Day 3: Avoca Blankets, Georgian Doors, and Other Dublin Charms

For more on Ireland, see my posts from Day 1 and Day 2. Our third day in Dublin began with something I’ve never done before: attending church in a foreign country. While I’m not a regular churchgoer back home, I knew it was something my mom wanted to do, and it was quite interesting to … More Ireland, Day 3: Avoca Blankets, Georgian Doors, and Other Dublin Charms

Laduree NYC

It’s no secret that I love macarons, nor that I particularly love French macarons from Laduree. While I can’t visit Paris on the regular, I can and do visit New York with relative frequency. On my last trip, I made it a priority to stop into Laduree. It was a macaron pilgrimage that will be … More Laduree NYC

November in Instagrams

As I mentioned last month, I’m increasingly using iPhone photo apps to document my life. In fact, I’m often finding myself deciding not to bring a “real” camera to events because I know I’ll have my phone. I’m not sure that this is a good thing, but having an iPhone is definitely changing how I … More November in Instagrams