Forgive the silence once again, but life has been busy. With a home renovation, a full client list and kid obligations THROUGH THE ROOF, there has been little time to do many of the things I love. I look forward to moving back home so I can once again sustain my heavy appetite of culture and travel wanderlust.
But my adventures haven’t stopped completely. This past weekend, I was a guest of the Mont Tremblant tourist board and got to thoroughly explore (and ski) this amazing part of Canada. Stay tuned for that coverage here on the blog and elsewhere. I’ve been attending plenty of press events in NYC, including a fab one for See Australia last week with the sexy Chris Hemsworth in attendance. And I’ve been writing. You can find my latest on Yahoo Travel from last month on How to Celebrate the Holidays in New York City; my first published piece on one of my favorite blogs called Live.Do.Grow on Finding Wellness in Ireland; a piece I loved writing on the Best-Kept Secrets of NYC for Families on Minitime; and a latest and greatest updated article on the Best New York Restaurants with Kids on Ciao Bambino. My family and I also recently spent a fun-filled weekend at Woodloch Resort in the Poconos.
My cultural adventures haven’t ceased completely either. I saw Beautiful on Broadway last month and was enraptured by the life and music of Carole King. And I’ve been watching a lot of TV, most recently Difficult People on Hulu and Mozart in the Jungle on Amazon. I’m still obsessed with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Jane the Virgin and Younger and I long for OITNB and Transparent to start new seasons.
And in other news, a film I helped out on in its very early stages not only made it to Sundance but was picked up by Sony. Congrats to the gals at Broadstreet Pictures for their successful debut of EQUITY.
I’ve met some wonderful people in this space and gone to some wonderful places. The truth is in these posts.
Stay tuned to this space for a wrap-up on my Mont Tremblant visit this week.