Stylist Chenara Lam Talks Balancing Entrepreneurship & Mom Life #MeettheG

Happy Wednesday G’s! Meet this week’s Girl Boss Chenara Lam, an Entrepreneur with her own Styling business and Online Vintage Boutique. She balances her career while raising 3 beautiful daughters and her hustle is simply inspirational… Alexis G: Tell us a bit about what an average day for Chenara looks like. Chenara L: At the moment, I am transitioning from the corporate world to pursue … Continue reading Stylist Chenara Lam Talks Balancing Entrepreneurship & Mom Life #MeettheG

How G Got Her Groove Back

This is for the babe who may have lost her shine or the one who just wants to dive deeper in love with herself. Whether you’re battling depression, body dysmorphia, bouncing back from heartbreak or failure, this will help you find yourself again. This is How I Got My Groove Back…. Get “Selfish” Start saying no and don’t feel bad about it. Too often we’re … Continue reading How G Got Her Groove Back

23 Things to do in NYC this Fall

Hey G’s! I often get asked how I find out about cool events and the best “instagrammable” spots so I put together a list of 25 cool things happening in NYC this fall! There’s a range in pricing from free to splurge so there’s something for everyone. Enjoy! Bronx Night Market: Enjoy food & other goodies from over 35 vendors right at the Fordham Plaza in … Continue reading 23 Things to do in NYC this Fall

Media Maven Keamone F. talks Balance & Building Your Brand #MeettheG

Hey G’s, I’m so happy to introduce you to the latest feature called #MeettheG! I’ll be interviewing some awesome Girl & Guy Bosses who are killing it in different fields and chatting with them on everything from career to confidence, you won’t want to miss the life gems they share! Say hi to our first & fabulous Girl boss, Keamone! Keamone is a multi-talented Marketing … Continue reading Media Maven Keamone F. talks Balance & Building Your Brand #MeettheG

Story Time: Why I Returned to the Runway #NYFW

8 years seems like a looooong time until it passes… I remember it like yesterday. I was 16 years old and naive as the Little Mermaid on land. I wanted to be an actress and singer so bad, but at 5’10 and 120 lbs soaking wet modeling was being forced down my throat left and right. I had been approached by agencies numerous times but … Continue reading Story Time: Why I Returned to the Runway #NYFW

The New Awkward Years: How to Adult When You Just Don’t Want to

There’s something so refreshing yet daunting about the transition between being a young adult to full blown adulting. I’m talking early bed time, suddenly can’t function without coffee, sticking to a budget type adulting. Just like any transition period, it’s easy to feel lost in direction and start comparing your journey to others’. Especially if you’re just graduating, and have no experience adulting in the … Continue reading The New Awkward Years: How to Adult When You Just Don’t Want to

Girl Boss Code: What it REALLY Means to be a Girl Boss & a Great Friend

About a month ago the annual Women’s march took place in New York City, and hundreds of women attended and supported the march with the intention of bringing light to important concerns that affect us. As I saw all these smiling faces come together on this one day, I couldn’t help but wonder how many of these women actually support each other everyday? I speak from experience … Continue reading Girl Boss Code: What it REALLY Means to be a Girl Boss & a Great Friend

Slaying ’18: How to prepare for a fabulous New Year!

With the holidays fast approaching many of us are already making plans for 2018 and eager to ring in the New Year, but hold your horses! There are still 30+ days left in the year and if you maximize your time now rather than waiting for “New Year, new me” it will make the transition that much smoother. Today I’m sharing a few tips to … Continue reading Slaying ’18: How to prepare for a fabulous New Year!

Jet Set G: Beijing, China

Back in March of this year I stumbled upon an opportunity to teach English in China while living there for an extended period of time & learning the culture through a program called Mind Xplorer. Without second guessing it, I applied and was accepted! I spent the entire month of June in China’s capital, Beijing where I taught grade school students basic English Mon- Fri … Continue reading Jet Set G: Beijing, China