Photo Courtesy of Second Daughter.

This ocean inspired fine jewelry collection from Second Daughter is going to be your go-to this summer. Each piece is unique and designed with utmost care, love and attention to detail. Second Daughter has been founded by Jessica Speckhard who drew most of her inspiration from her travels & nature. Each piece is hand-carved and gold or silver plated. These one-of-a-kind pieces won't go unnoticed wherever you go.

Written by professional psychic/medium, Astrid Brown, ‘A Psychic Affair’ shares the intense, emotive romance between two people. It’s as intimate and uplifting as any other relationship, except for one thing – it’s conducted psychically. It’s a romance novel unlike anything else on the market! 

Which means that I was absolutely intrigued, therefore I've felt the need to ask Astrid a few questions about the book, challenges of being a psychic/medium & love in general. Enjoy!

It was a truly magical night to roam the streets of New York City and beyond transcendental to meet The New Tarot's Monika & Karen Walker. Our destination - Yorkafe Deux, a lovely tiny nook of a café on the East 59th Street.  I first notice Karen (vocals/keyboard), comfortably seated in the corner and surrounded by kids. She greeted me with the biggest smile. There's something very darling and comforting about her aura. A very sensitive soul who finds a creative outlet everywhere - whether it be through the music that she makes with her sister, by writing in her journal or even drawing with the kids at the local coffee shop. While Monika was busy with tarot readings, I've asked Karen if it would be alright to ask her a bunch of questions.

Need a clubbing outfit idea? You're in the right place! If you've been following the latest 80s fashion trend craze you'll love this black and gold cocktail dress. It's actually funny, while we were taking these photos, I told my sister, who's also my photographer, that there's really no other combination that would sum up my personality better than black and gold. Black as all-encompassing, subdued and mysterious and a touch of gold for a little bit of spunk. She giggled. She probably thought it's all nonsense, but I love her honesty.