Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Intersection of Travel and FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)

When I was 20, I was obsessed with the band Midtown and it’s frontman Gabe Saporta (a gorgeous Latino Jew whose career I still follow.) One May night after their show at the Pyramid Club in New York’s Lower East Side, I was standing on the sidewalk among the crowd. Midtown wasn’t yet famous so […]

Julian, California: Why I’m a Repeat Tourist

I love my job and have a hard time taking a day off. There’s always a dog who needs walking at 2pm or a yogi who wants a private class at 10am. But this past Saturday I only had two doggie daycares in the book, so I loaded up those pups and my husband, extra water […]

Dogs are the Gurus: One Hour at the Lagoon

The dogs pictured here are a few of my best friends. They always teach me something, comparable to the parents of young children reveling in their kid’s sense of wonder. People I barely know at a party will inform me that my love for animals is my way of compensating for not being a mother. They […]