Forget university; the most frenzied applications are being filled out right now in open-concept kitchens and wood-paneled dining rooms from Nob Hill to the Upper East Side. It's fall, which means one thing: preschool application time. | Town & Country
In these uncertain times, it’s no wonder that more than half of Silicon Valley’s billionaires have reportedly begun various stages of “doomsday prep.” For us normals, apocalypse planning might involve spare batteries and a back-up water supply. But for the world’s .01 percent, it increasingly means dual citizenship in New Zealand and multi-thousand-acre lots in the remote country’s stunning North Island.
Op-ed for NBC News about Islamophobia, white privilege, identity and feminism.
SEO article about the best cleaners for makeup brushes, as interviewed by beauty professionals and cosmetologists.
Parenting essay about giving birth during the coronavirus pandemic, including recommendations and interviews with expectant mothers and pregnancy experts.
A personal essay for Oprah Magazine online about recurrent miscarriage, secondary infertility, and the heartbreak of having to tell a four-year-old that the baby she's desperately wished for has been lost.
A personal essay for Self online about my reproductive health, women's health issues, missed miscarriage, silent miscarriage, recurrent miscarriage, and secondary infertility.
Personal essay about motherhood and travel.
Interviews with makeup artists about tips and tricks for cleaning makeup brushes.
Ignore the naysayers—it is possible to have a robust traveling life after having children. | Vogue
Need a last-minute escape from your loved ones? These beautiful hotels will make you grateful you don't have to cook the turkey. | Town & Country
At the castlelike five-star retreats dotted throughout Switzerland, guests can enjoy every luxury amenity imaginable in superb settings allowing Swiss precision and service to shine. This blog post for Architectural Digest magazine online highlights Switzerland's most prestigious luxury hotels, focusing on the details that make each shine.
If you think becoming a parent means giving up wine appreciation, think again: From Sonoma to Stellenbosch, here are the world’s most child-friendly wineries. | Food & Wine