All posts tagged: vegetarian

A Few New Edible Discoveries

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is also my favorite meal. By far. I mean… just look at this spread from Reynard at the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. So I’m coming up on my one month anniversary with New York City. How will I celebrate, I hear you asking through the internet void? Probably with an iced coffee and some kind of pastry involving berries, if I had to guess. I’ve made quite a few food-related finds (shocker!) since returning to the homeland from Europe, so I thought I would take a few moments to share some of this newfound knowledge with the world. Please prepare yourself for an eclectic list that very much reflects the personal tastes of someone who is a self-professed probiotic aficionada (is there even a feminine version of that word?). 1. Dimes Restaurant, Chinatown An intimate, most vegetable-forward restaurant with surprisingly large portions. Hello, leftovers. Expect to find organic wines, lots of avocado (see above), and candles. Doesn’t take reservations, so if you want a table …

Finding a New Rhythm

This is where the magic happens, folks. Well, when I’m not running around. Throughout high school and college, I learned that there is a fine line for me between “busy but feeling challenged and fulfilled in a good way” and “busy like I just want to stop doing everything because I’m so overwhelmed.” (Note that I did not include grad school in that educational list because looking back, I can see that I will probably never (ok, maybe until I retire) have the amount of time that I had in Bra to just think, listen to podcasts, go for long walks, and read to my heart’s content. Oh man.) Anyways, this first working week in New York has been a bit…stressful. Not content to just do one office internship like a sane person, I signed on for a remote internship, some contract work, and contributing articles too. I’ve gone back and forth between thinking that I have taken on too much and that I just need to give myself more time to figure out when …