Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014 General admission: $25 Fridays from 7-10pm: Pay What You Wish Andy Warhol Exhibit runs through March 31, 2019 Naturally, I went to see the Andy Warhol Exhibit on a Friday night. We arrived at 7pm, not realizing there would be a line around … More Visiting the Andy Warhol Exhibit at the Whitney Museum
Attention Harry Potter nerds! This play is for you! The story is about Hufflepuffs at Hogwarts during the seven years that the books take place. Some of the humor of the show comes from the fact that the play is kind of fan-fiction in the sense that it’s not affiliated with the books or movies, … More I Saw Puffs the Play!
Thanks, Paul Ryan! You’re tax cuts are giving me a take-home boost of $36 a month, or $18 per bi-weekly paycheck. Much better than $1.50 a week you were bragging about earlier. I live in New York and an extra $36 doesn’t really add up to much over the course of the month. It’s basically … More I’m Getting an Extra $36 a Month Thanks to the Tax Break, How Should I Spend It?
Hi, my name is Heather and I hate paying for haircuts. I heard of programs where salons will give free haircuts for training purposes, and when I google searched in the NYC area, there were plenty of options, but the Bumble and bumble. University Model Project was the first to pop up. From my first email expressing my … More My Experience as a Hair Model
On Tuesday, New York had the Democratic and Republican primaries for the upcoming presidential election, and I woke early to vote before work. Except when I arrived at the polling place, I was turned away because the “machines were down.” What other choice did I have but to accept that this was how it is … More Trying to Vote and Other NYC Rants
I’ve been extremely lucky these past couple months. I was able to go to three Broadway shows and one off-Broadway play. All of these shows were spectacular and special in their own way and I would not have been able to go if it weren’t for some luck. In March, I entered to win discounted … More Broadway on a Budget
This past Sunday I had the opportunity to see my first off-broadway play, The Woodsman! It’s based off of The Wizard of Oz, and focuses on the life of the Tin Man, before and during his transition to a tin man. One of the most wonderful parts about the show was the puppetry. In addition to the … More The Woodsman -New World Stages NYC
I picked up a book today that I want to turn into a blog series based on the 12 step program inside: Rich Bitch: A Simple 12-Step Plan for Getting Your Financial Life Together…Finally by Nicole Lapin. Full disclosure: it’s published by my company, HarperCollins. Well, first it was published by Harlequin in hardcover last … More Rich Bitch Step 1: Stop Smiling and Nodding
I’m quickly becoming a regular at Joe’s at The Public Theater, they host Women of Letters and I always feel inspired when I listen to these women share a part of themselves in this intimate setting. This show, on Wednesday, November 4, the guests read “A Letter to My Could Have Been.” As always, this is … More Fantastic Women Writing Fantastic Letters
Dearest readers, I’ve had a fantastic couple of weeks that I would like to share with you! Part 1 is about Women of Letters, Season 2 that was hosted at Joe’s at The Public on October 7, 2015. Part 2 is about my weekend at New York Comic Con a few days later, October 9-11! … More Let’s Catch Up (Part 2): New York Comic Con #NYCC 2015!