Loving you whether, whether


I got to attend our friends’ wedding in Winchester, Virginia this weekend. Entertainment was at the fore front between love and joy. My parents and I checked into our hotel at the George Washington Hotel before it was time to get ready for the rehearsal dinner. I put my wedding planning skills to the test,… 

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Sense the Scent


Never forget. Sometimes no words are needed. Whether it’s a day of remembrance or a national holiday, I find that less is more. Just being there will suffice. With that said, let freedom ring and let’s keep on keeping on. Yesterday in Richmond, I grabbed lunch with my mom and our friend Beth at one… 

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East Coast Experiences


I’m in a very Virginia state of mind. The south gets some zen. My last 2 days of NYC consisted of roaming the streets, trying a Yoga to the People class, tasting Filipino food, and engaging in the most diverse of conversations. Before flying home yesterday, I got to assist my friend Tom in a Calvin… 

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Specs and the City


Things are getting quite serious with us. Me and New York that is. I can actually see myself calling this city my next home after several months of sheer travel. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them – that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever… 

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NY Fashion Week


Hello from the Melting Pot! “The more you look, the more you see” because “for every fact, there is an infinity of hypothesis.” Before arriving in the city yesterday, I went in the studio for a photo shoot with one of the hottest celeb photographers, Virgil Odell. Photos of my eccentric yoga moves and more will hit the blog next… 

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So Very Virginia


Meanwhile in Virginia, a lot’s changed… It’s good to be home with my parents. I was surprised at how much I wasn’t affected by the jetlag from Israel. Maybe it’s a sign that I’m meant to forever travel. Where do I live? Well, this week, it’s Virginia. Between work and workouts here, I’ve been spending… 

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One Israeli Appetite


A 10-day trip to Israel, all expenses paid. What’s the catch? Well, sometimes, it’s best not to ask. Find the ticket, and just take the ride. Going into the trip, I was completely usnure of what to expect. As a traveler, I’ve actually learned how to let go of expectations and let the times roll in… 

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Concrete Jungle Where Teams are Made Of


“In the high country of the mind one has to become adjusted to the thinner air of uncertainty, and to the enormous magnitude of questions asked, and to the answers proposed to these questions. The sweep goes on and on and on so obviously much further than the mind can grasp one hesitates even to… 

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