Reading the internet, week 3

Actual post about my week to follow but here’s some internet for now: 15 lessons learned from cooking at the french laundry. I love reading about industry kitchens and mentorship. If you’ve ever smiled at the name of an Essie polish, you should read about the company’s founder who still comes up with most of the names. Millennial helps museums join instagram/increase engagement with youth, … Continue reading Reading the internet, week 3

Reading the internet, Week 2

And we’re back. Here’s what you should read this weekend: Fear of Missing Important Meals while traveling. This is a real thing, especially for those of us who tend to overthink everything (hi!). America’s relationship with dates sort of started with cultural appropriation. Instyle’s EIC is a dude who used to work for the New Yorker. He has some good advice. How does it feel to … Continue reading Reading the internet, Week 2

If you live anywhere near Philadelphia…

Get Brunch at Cafe Lift. Some weeks at Penn seem to last forever. By last Tuesday, I was already dragging. The quickest remedy is to plan something to look forward to: in this case, brunch. Café Liftunassumingly occupies a not so prosperous section of Spring Garden at 13th and Callowhill. Walk inside and you’ll see why the walk was worth it. Insdustrial metals, a long coffee … Continue reading If you live anywhere near Philadelphia…

Philly Love

Last weekend, I went to Philadelphia, where I attend college. I stayed with some friends and had the best weekend of exploring, eating, meeting and reuniting with so many great people. Philadelphia’s a different kind of city. It’s not super grand like New York and it seems simple at first, a few neighborhoods, some places to avoid. But it’s changing so much, struggling so much, … Continue reading Philly Love