What I’m Into This Week…










Liberal Arts – I watched this new movie randomly, on demand, and was left with the most AMAZING feeling when it was over.  It made me think back to all of the things that I miss about college but also appreciate all of the things that I’ve LEARNED since then.  The biggest takeaway: at one point Richard Jenkins’ character says, “I’ve felt 19 ever since I was 19 … Nobody feels like an adult; it’s the world’s dirty secret.” 














How to Meditate: A Guide to Self-Discovery – I recently re-watched Eat Pray Love, which obviously always sparks that inner “what am I doing with my life and where is it going” question.  I know it seems kind of silly to read a book on HOW to meditate cause, well, isn’t meditation just quiet time sitting with your legs crossed?  You would think.  I need to read a how-to book because I’m totally that girl in yoga that can’t relax and is constantly thinking “was that my iPhone that just went off?”














Sauteed Vegetables: It’s probably the dumbest thing ever but I tend to go through food phase obsessions and, right now, I can’t get enough sauteed vegetables.  Zucchini, tomatoes, broccoli, cauliflower…I don’t discriminate, it’s all delicious.



No Doubt “Push and Shove”: My love for all things No Doubt and Gwen Stefani is, of course, forever but I’m not biased when I say that Push and Shove is A-MAZING.  Seriously, No Doubt just gets better and better and I can’t wait to see them live on December 4th here in LA.

Belve Music Lounge Party at Coachella

So this past weekend I attended Belvedere Vodka’s Belve Music Lounge party in honor of Coachella weekend!  As I’m sure you know, Belvedere is one of my favorite vodkas and so naturally, I was thrilled to receive the invite.  The lounge was held at a private estate about 5 minutes from the Coachella festival and my friends and I hung out by the pool and sipped on some specialty Belvedere Coachella-inspired cocktails– my favorite was the Belve Beat! (check HERE for all of the recipes).





Tory Burch Foundation CD

So one of my favorite New York designers, Tory Burch, recently put out an A-MAZING music CD last month- it’s her second limited edition compilation CD and it features some of Tory’s favorite songs of all time.  Did you know music is a big passion of hers?  The best part is that 100%, yes I said 100%, of the proceeds benefit the Tory Burch Foundation’s microfinance partner Accion USA.  I’m especially loving “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” by Wyclef Jean, “Bigmouth Strikes Again” by The Smiths and “Sideways” by Santana and Citizen Cope.  Pick one up here, get some music and do some good.  Oh, and while you’re at it, check out my interview with Tory from back in January.