Category: New York City

Caribbean Descent

By Marsha Clarke If you live anywhere on God’s green earth I’m willing to bet that you have a friend of Caribbean descent, especially if you live in NYC.  You probably noticed that by the start of every summer they mysteriously disappear never to be heard of until […]

A New York City Succulent Garden

Aside from herbs, a succulent garden is a low maintenance, low space and all around fun option.  There are so many varieties of succulents and you can literally cram them all in a small space and they seem to thrive.  For around $3 a piece you can mix and match shapes and heights and come up with a really nice little garden.  Also, tending to your New York City succulent garden is quite therapeutic and will let you take care of something that won’t expire if (i.e when) you don’t water for a few days.  

Is your apartment suffering from ‘predecessor chi’?

By Denise Oliveira Messes from prior tenants; contractors who took way longer than promised; exhausting interactions with brokers; nightmarish packing and moving experiences; not to mention your own baggage: These are a few of the negative vibes that some New Yorkers want to erase from their apartments before […]

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