A Fall from From Grace by @TylerPerry on @Netflix

A Fall from Grace opens with an older woman on the ledge of a roof asking how she could be so stupid. Distracted or pushed by the wind of a helicopter, the woman falls off the roof and we’ve witnessed he first tragedy of the movie. Using rudimentary foreshadowing, we know it must somehow be related, but we don’t quite know yet. The movie escalates as quickly as any crazy relationship would but Grace asks herself all the questions we wonder; How could she let this happen? Is she really that stupid? But the worst part about questioning Grace is that we are actually questioning — Does this old woman really think this young man could ever love her? No one thinks they are dumb enough to fall for a con artist… but con artists aren’t dumb. In addition, we begin to question the law and the system as we watch a public defendant give her all.

Overnight Face Duo by @Kiehl’s

This is my favorite overnight pair; after a long week or a drying mask, the Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatment w/ Avocado helps with the circles under my eyes and the Midnight Recovery Concentrate restores the moisture I’ve lost from makeup and makeup remover. It also helps after drying masks or peels.

“Who Moved my Cheese?” by Spencer Johnson

This short read will change the way you move. If you’re looking for a quick, motivational read that won’t bore you to death or weigh down your bag, this is the one for you. Through a fictional tale, you learn how your action affect your outcome.

Burger + Lobster – NYC

Written by PresidentElla Got a recommendation from a friend & decided to check out Burger & Lobster on 19th street in NYC for date night. We weren’t disappointed.  Seating & food come fast. This is the perfect place to go before a movie or a show because you’re in and out. I was only expectingContinue reading “Burger + Lobster – NYC”

“No Matter How Much you Promise to Cook or Pay the Rent You Blew it Cauze Bill Bailey Ain’t Never Coming Home Again.” – by Edgardo Vega Yunqué

Written by Ella

   While I was reading this book, there were times I had to hold my breath and force myself to turn the page. Near the end, I found myself sitting on the train with the book held up to my face, peeking through the spaces between my fingers, fearing the next sentence. No Matter How Much you Promise to Cook or Pay the Rent You Blew is Cauze Bill Bailey Ain’t Never Coming Home Again,” by Edgardo Vega Yunqué,  is as long as the title implies, and just as complex. But when you’re trying to describe the racial identity of a country like the United States, it will take a while… because it’s a bit scary.