If you’re like most of us, you probably have what seems like a gazillion photos on your phone. As a new mom, my camera roll is filled to the brim with pictures of our baby boy; not to mention hundreds of photos of our dogs and cat. When I heard about Chatbooks as a must-try service for preserving all these special memories, I knew I had to give it a try. In fact, Chatbooks says that each year Americans take a collective three trillion photos with their phone! But what do you do with all those photos?
Last year I spent two weeks traveling all around Spain. I started in Barcelona, headed up to San Sebastian-Donostia and then headed down to Madrid. All this while only knowing about three Spanish words: hola, adios, and el baño? I did the best I could to learn as much Spanish as possible before the trip, but have to admit, I didn’t do a great job. So I HAD to write this blog post telling you how Google Translate saved my vacation.
I am currently in the process of moving to a new apartment, and as stressful the process has been, I’m really excited to start fresh and fill the new space with some of my favorite things! However, like most New York apartments, both space and budget are limited, and although I love browsing through Pinterest for cute DIY hacks, I don’t necessarily have the time to make it all happen. Thanks to a few handy services and websites, there are still creative ways to help make your interior design dreams come true!
There’s almost nothing that excites me more than planning for a vacation. Whether it’s a quick weekend trip to a city I’ve wanted to visit forever, or a two-week journey to Europe, nailing down the logistics of a trip is one of my favorite parts. With the help of some of my favorite apps and sites, planning your next trip will be a breeze.
When I started at Cutline almost two weeks ago, I promised my parents I would make them proud. How, you might ask? By being the best intern I could be! I’ve had different experiences in various fields, and I want to share a few simple keys to being more than just “a good intern.” I’ve learned from experience what has worked and, quite frankly, what hasn’t.
Here is a scenario that often becomes reality for my boyfriend and me: We wake up early on a Sunday morning with the intention of enjoying our favorite weekend activity, brunch! We get ready for about an hour, only to realize we have yet to pick where we’re going. We then spend another hour attempting to compromise on a place, and by the time we leave we feel defeated and simply #hangry. Learn from my mistakes, and check out my top three sites and apps below to help you pick somewhere to chow down!