Macro bowls, dry shampoo, and the return of The Good Fight (!)

Hi there, So it’s March! What do you know. I turned 35 last week, which felt like a good, solid milestone. I celebrated with plenty of tasty things, of course. Two highlights: dinner with Rob at Hart’s, a teeny Bed-Stuy restaurant that made Bon Appetit’s Best New Restaurant list for its unpretentious yet ambitious food and fun natural … Continue reading Macro bowls, dry shampoo, and the return of The Good Fight (!)

Scheduling downtime, breaking free of root vegetables, and raising a reader

Hi there, The day after a holiday weekend is never fun, and the gray weather this morning didn’t help. But the sun is out now, it’s forecasted to be 70 degrees tomorrow, and I’m working on ways to stay grounded and productive. Here’s what I’m up to this week: Taking a break from roasting: Sick … Continue reading Scheduling downtime, breaking free of root vegetables, and raising a reader

Valentine’s Day alternatives, athleisure faves, and a guaranteed-happy IG follow

Hi there, Funny thing about me: I dislike champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries, and roses, which makes me a walking Valentine’s Day contrarian. And yet, I am also the huggiest person you’ll ever meet, and I feel all the feelings on a daily basis. So I think of the holiday as a nice reminder to tell your … Continue reading Valentine’s Day alternatives, athleisure faves, and a guaranteed-happy IG follow

Getting on that home decor thing, baking for non-bakers, and power podcasts

Hi there, Lately I’ve spent time with a bunch of female founders, from old friends and colleagues to new connections. I’m so impressed by these companies and it’s inspiring as I continue to think about what I want to do next. So if it seems like this newsletter is a bit of an awesome businesswoman party, you’re … Continue reading Getting on that home decor thing, baking for non-bakers, and power podcasts

Planning an upstate getaway, brightening up winter, and chewing on books

Hi there, You’d think after back-to-back travel we’d be ready to stay put but no, I’m itching to get away again. It helps that we had an incredible weekend restaurant-hopping in Boston with my sister Annie (put haley.henry and Mamaleh’s on your list asap) and that Lilly snoozed the majority of the ride there and … Continue reading Planning an upstate getaway, brightening up winter, and chewing on books