Month: October 2014

October Favorites

Welcome to my sporadic monthly favorites! I always like doing these things, but I always forget to keep track of the things I do enjoy over the course of the month. (I feel like I have explained this already, but oh well.) Film (source) “It’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s just a thing.” 20,000 […]

Chelsea, Part II & SoHo

Here’s part 2 of Chelsea! Part 1 can be found here. Ahem. So, the day after, we went back to Chelsea to see some galleries we missed the first time around. We went to some other places before that, though. The last time we were in New York, this monument didn’t exist yet, so what […]

25 Things I’ve Learned So Far

This is a list slated to have been posted when I turned 26, a few weeks ago. I spent my birthday on board a plane, and then shaken (angrily) awake for a surly dinner—sorry parents!—in Chicago, at a restaurant where they made their garlic bread with truffle oil. Suffice to say that I have been […]

Chelsea, Part I

Chelsea is a little pocket of streets in New York City to which most of the art galleries have moved to from their previous nesting spot in SoHo. (At least, that’s how I understand it.) You cannot go around Chelsea in one day and not feel overwhelmed. It’s just not possible. First, the trains are […]

Casual Consumption No. 5

A photo posted by Carina Santos (@presidents) on Sep 9, 2014 at 6:08pm PDT Books According to my GoodReads account (let’s be friends!), I have finished quite a few books since I last a Casual Consumption update posted weeks (months?) ago. Most notable was John Williams’ Stoner, a book that has been recommended to me enough […]