Ladies: it’s time we stop spending so much on razors. But more importantly, it’s time we stop spending more money on razors than our male counterparts just because of our gender. That’s right, we’ve been racking up quite a bill keeping our legs smooth because of the pink tax. To say it simply: we are paying more for products than men simply because we are women.
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These photos are back from the first snow fall, when I was staying with a friend and we decided to go for a walk. I love getting out of the city sometimes, because I love the neighborhood feel and the beautiful houses.
Now that it’s freezing here in NYC, and it’s officially winter, I thought it was only appropriate to share the products that get me through the winter.
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I have long been looking for a new shampoo and conditioner and, I am glad to finally say that I have found one that I love. True Botanicals’ nourishing shampoo and conditioner is exactly what I I have been looking for: it leaves my hair soft and shiny, it has a subtle fresh scent, and on top of it these products are nontoxic and MADE SAFE approved! So, I’m not putting anything unhealthy on my hair or body. I’d say that’s a pretty huge plus.
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While you have been waiting in line for brunch at the notorious spots, you’ve been missing out on this tasty joint with an affordable menu: The Wayland.
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Anyone who loves fashion, knows the soreness that comes with most fashionable shoes. However, through trial and error, I have found a selection of cute shoes that don’t cause pain. On the contrary, they seem to prevent it. I’ve tested these shoes by walking and being on my feet for long hours with very few breaks. Give em a try, and let your feet thank you.
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As a big fan of the restaurant Ducks Eatery in the East Village, I thought it was time that I try the owner’s other NYC hot spot: Seamstress. Known for their creative cocktails, Seamstress is sure to surprise your tastebuds. With salty, sweet, sour, bitter, and Unami drinks, this restaurant has a drink that is sure to appeal to any cocktail-lover. My personal favorite was the Bright Idea (pictured below), which is served in an empty lightbulb.
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Recently, I have been finding myself exploring the East Village, due to its bounty of restaurants and shops. I find myself drawn to Alphabet City and the surrounding area, because it seems to have so many little-known gems that are just waiting to be discovered. Not to mention, the food seems to be delicious and more reasonably priced in this neighborhood. That is, for the most part…
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