Last January, my girl Dana and I traveled to New Orleans for a girl’s trip. We were visiting our friend Margaret who was there on a stop with The Lion King tour. We have some other acquaintances on the tour so often there was a group of us touring the city.
But it wasn’t until the last night that it hit me. We were all sitting around a table late in the night and I realized all 6 of us were some badass lady bosses (and also millennials!).
We were all theater professionals ranging from stage managers to company managers to merchandise managers. Our jobs are all different but we all have one thing in common – we’re bosses. And we have lots of things to say – topics ranged from women in the workforce to marriage, relationships and babies. It was incredible.
So my point is that New Orleans doesn’t have to be all Bourbon Street. Here’s my guide to how a lady boss does New Orleans. Read More
Midtown Manhattan is so much more than Times Square. It’s got lots of museums and tons of food options. Here’s my guide for the perfect (fully packed!) day in Midtown. Read More
The Upper East Side of NYC is known for the home of the wealthy (and hard to get to via the subway) but is actually a pretty cool area full of museums and shopping. Check out my guide for the perfect day below. Read More
Most people think of Orlando or Miami when they think of Florida, but the Suncoast is majorly underrated. I headed down to Sarasota recently to visit my parents and discovered it’s actually a great tourist spot. Read More
Here’s the start of my neighborhood guides in NYC. My goal is to get tourists out to different areas of the city or if you already live here, become a tourist in your own backyard. I started with the Upper West Side which is where I spent the last couple months subletting. Enjoy! Read More
The New York Public Library (free guided tours at 11am & 2pm Monday-Saturday and 2pm on Sunday)
Brooklyn Botanic Garden (weekdays December-February) Read More
I’ve been working on Broadway and off-Broadway shows since I moved to the city 5 years ago. Needless to say, I’ve seen A LOT of shows and I have rarely ever paid full ticket price. Here are my tips so you can too.
Playbill keeps a great list of rush and lottery policies for all Broadway shows here.
I chose Tulsa for my first city guide because this city surprised me. I had low expectations going in and only really went for work. What I found was a lot of delicious non-chain restaurants and some cool areas with lots of Art Deco architecture. Read more to see what I discovered! Read More