Top Reads of 2019

Since starting a job in the city two years ago, I’ve become a ferocious reader. I often read while I’m on the subway, easily able to get lost in whatever story I happen to dive into. I've mastered the art of subway standing (sometimes it feels like a weird form of surfing) and not hanging... Continue Reading →

Zaney to the Max

Are you pondering what I'm pondering? Well, sorry to disappoint, but the answer is "no," I don't have bologna in my slacks. But this past Friday, I was certainly zaney to the max! Connor got us tickets (Merry Christmas to me!) to see Animaniacs Live at Joe's Pub in the city and boy, did we have... Continue Reading →

I am a shy person (perhaps contrary to popular belief). Always have been (hey, at least I can admit it, right?). Moonlighting at the House of Mouse for all those years forced me out of my shell; though my role required no talking, lots of miming, quick thinking, spontaneity, running around in a dog costume,... Continue Reading →

Back in the Shoe

That was a late night (and pretty lame, I might add) attempt at a clever title, riffing on "back in the saddle"...Uber. Fail. In other news, I went for a run tonight for the first time in—checks watch—probably two months. It was a lovely fall evening in Princeton (it's currently a chilly 47 degrees) and... Continue Reading →

Words of the Big Apple

New York City has a way with words. It's a city that can be charming and charismatic one minute and then tell you to fuck off the next. Every time I set foot in Manhattan, it never fails to tell me something new, bring a smile to my face, and make me appreciate just being... Continue Reading →

A Soup-er Election Night

My 2012 election day went a little something like this: November 6 8:24am — Wake up. Just living the cushy 10 to 6 life, like ya do. 9:42am — Cast my first vote as a New Jersey resident (gosh, that's weird to say). *avoided social media and news outlets as much as possible throughout the... Continue Reading →

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