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By Lilia Karimi While weddings should be filled with love and connection, it’s easy to get sidetracked on minuscule details and focusing on the day as a guest experience (rather than your own.) For me, a dream wedding includes mindfulness, intentional preparation and a holistic approach to marriage. Here are my top ways to have […]

By Jessica Smith Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to give up something crucial for an eco-friendly lifestyle. Simple efforts like using water sparingly, consuming less non-renewable fuels and reducing consumption of electricity will save you money each month and pay it forward for future generations! Our health is also tied to the environment. […]

By Nora Banks Whether this is your first job or you’re trying to improve your image, a professional wardrobe is a must! Today’s professional wear is anything but boring, so don’t make the mistake of thinking that you need to settle for stuffy or drab attire. While building a professional wardrobe from scratch can be […]

By Zoe Reyes Are you feeling more stressed, anxious or insecure than you consider normal? At one point or another, most of us do. These feelings can stem from both positive and negative life circumstances. Life circumstances require adjustment and this often increases stress levels until you become accustomed to your new norm. Below are […]

  By Lindsay Meck We launched Onward: A Post-Breakup Concierge Service on Valentine’s Day in NYC after observing too many overwhelming urban uncouplings (our own included).  Managing the administrative lift of a quick housing relocation (the move, the apartment search, the utility changes) and reorienting your life post-breakup could be easier and less socially stigmatizing. […]

By Ashley Gonzalez Saying “no” is hard. At times, saying it makes me feel awkward, guilty, and even unsympathetic. Whether it comes to things I can’t do or simply don’t want to, saying “no” has always been difficult because I want to be helpful. But I couldn’t believe how easy and relieving saying “no” actually […]