food

Paris, France is Open!

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Paris France is open. Welcome to the city of lights. Paris we have missed you so much!!! Hubby and wife Justin Beiber and Hailey Beiber flew in for Men’s Fashion Week, and I flew in for my new listing 5 rue Auguste Comte 75006. Paris has never looked more beautiful and the French are so welcoming to tourists- and did I mention that some of my favorite stores are on SOLDES! It’s time to visit…

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FOODBANK4NYC

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I was asked by Foodbank4nyc to submit a quote, and it propelled me to answer a couple of important questions. Food Poverty doesn’t discriminate. It has effected so many people of all walks of life. The one reason my girls and I have worked for Foodbank4nyc for over 11 years is because I was adamant about putting my voice down, and serving those who are in need. It’s been an incredible experience baking cookies with…

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foodbank4nyc and COVID-19

foodbank4nyc and COVID-19
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Thank you foodbank4nyc for providing emergency food and other essentials to New Yorkers who may be impacted by COVID-19. Please do what you can to support them now more than ever! You can make a difference by donating (every $1 provides 5 meals!), volunteering, following on social media, and spreading the word!  If you want to, you can also the calls to action from our recent IG post. I’ve pasted it below to make it…

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5 things you need to do to be happier

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5 things you need to do to be happier: 1. Drink a chlorophyll water juice every morning. 2. Remember your mind/body work like a lightbulb-its all electricity. Everyone deals with personal and professional issues differently, BUT we personally deal with those issues the same for we only have one electrical system.- so apply how you deal with work and personal life the same way. 3. We all are built with certain data. Are you a…

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Lower East Side

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LOWER LOWER EAST EAST SIDE I’m always begging you guys to travel with me! This time I didn’t have to go very far, and I decided I’d do the hunting myself. I hopped on a Citibike from Spring and Lafayette, and headed EAST to see where Canal Street starts. Canal Street has to start somewhere, I just kept peddling through vegetable stands, and crowds of people doing their Saturday market shopping. And then, there it…

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