Author: classandthecitygirl

I Stayed Overnight At A Luxury Treehouse Resort – Here’s My Review

I Stayed Overnight At A Luxury Treehouse Resort – Here’s My Review

It feels like yesterday that I was doing research for an article about glamping destinations for Well+Good. I sourced pictures of the dreamiest cabins, yurts, and you guessed it – a luxury treehouse resort. Little did I know that a few years later, I’d have 

Wedding Planning Tip: Custom Stationary Samples

Wedding Planning Tip: Custom Stationary Samples

It’s been a while! Between wedding planning, work, school and life there’s been a lot going on. I can’t believe there’s only 9 months to go until our wedding! Ben and I have been planning away the last couple of months, including finding an amazing 

Restaurant Review – Bluebird London NYC

Restaurant Review – Bluebird London NYC

Bluebird London – NYC * $$$ *10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019 * 4.5 stars * Less than 365 days until the wedding! It’s crazy how fast six months can go. It was December 12th, 2021 when Ben got down on one knee and 

New York Fashion Week Is Back!

New York Fashion Week Is Back!

After a two year hiatus and pivot to virtual runways, New York Fashion Week came back to the physical runway this winter. For me, this meant two days full of shows and new designer collections. It also meant getting swept up in the inevitable hurdles 

Cheers to 2022

Cheers to 2022

The New Year comes with a chance for hope for a happy and healthy year. As we extend beyond year two of the pandemic, it might seem a bit difficult to bring hope into our mindsets, but that is why it is so important to 

6 Books You Should Read During Black History Month

6 Books You Should Read During Black History Month

February marks the start of Black History Month, a national observance that encourages people to celebrate the achievements of the Black community, reflect on the challenges Black people have faced in this country throughout history as well as the challenges they are still facing today, 

Human Design: An Important Piece of Self Care

Human Design: An Important Piece of Self Care

It was still the early throes of the pandemic when I connected with my incredible friend and mentor who let me in on a little secret. She’d finally made the leap to pursue her passion full-time and become her own boss. She was tapping into 

Race Renaissance

Race Renaissance

He said he felt unsafe They moved forward, together Five hurried steps of hers to match one long stride of his, in tandem. And she talked about her new preschool friend from down the block, excited. But he could not hear her over the sirens 

Wine Not Try These Wines At Your Next At-Home Happy Hour

Wine Not Try These Wines At Your Next At-Home Happy Hour

In a somewhat “Mad Men” style, my company – in normal times – will sponsor a bar cart happy hour to make its way around the office every Thursday at around 4:30. Having volunteered for the team that makes this happen every week, I’ve come 

Libraries Are Closed – But You Can Still Have Unlimited (And Free) Access To All The Books

Libraries Are Closed – But You Can Still Have Unlimited (And Free) Access To All The Books

As more and more libraries across the country close their doors to fight coronavirus and do their part to enforce social distancing, people’s access to free books and entertainment shut down too. When Brooklyn Public Library – my go-to neighborhood library, sent out an e-mail