Bougie adulting in tiny kitchens.
Even the financially responsible among us can get a little uncomfortable at sharing our credit scores with strangers. Our financial histories can feel really personal, sometimes embarrassing, and basically none of your beeswax unless you are a bank offering me… Read More ›
Ah, Paris, City of Light. Having recently returned from a 2 week trip to Paris, some cultural differences between France and the U.S. were brought to light. Some were more expected than others (young bachelors walking home with freshly baked baguettes… Read More ›
Mother’s Day is as good a time as any to reflect on motherhood in our late capitalist world, right? Of course when we celebrate our mothers, we are celebrating their virtues and the gifts they have given us: life, nurture,… Read More ›
Think about that train you take every morning to work. It’s a scene right out of Working Girl: at every station it pulls up to, women line up at the platform in blazers, pencil skirts, tights . . . and… Read More ›