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This past Tuesday I made a quick one day trip to New York City to speak at the Hispanic Marketing Forum at Google. Along side of me where two amazing and talented people, Chumel Torres and CaeLike. You guys might already know who they are, but if you don’tshow them some love! I wanted to share this small picture diary of the city that has me falling in love more and more each time that I visit. There’s inspiration everywhere and I love capturing moments that influence me. Enjoy!

And then, overnight, the temperatures rose into the high 80’s (some say we hit 90 this week, but I refuse to believe it). Down jackets are a distant memory. The sprinklers have been turned on in the playgrounds. Summer is upon us.In response, we are making our own popsicles again, this time with a little help from The Cookbook For Kids, by Lisa Atwood for William Sonoma. We changed the recipe to fit our personal tastes (and what was available at the market) and I’ve copied our take on the formal instructions below in the hopes that you will all become avid pop makers.For those of you who want to dive deeper into the world of DIY pops, I wrote a comprehensive piece for Krrb that includes links to molds you might want to buy plus lots of recipe ideas.

Oh and if you are looking for a slightly more grown up version (read: frozen drinks on a stick) check out One Kings Lane brilliant post with 4 great recipes for the fruity-but-also-alcoholic pop. Oh and also there’s this Strawberry Greyhound poptail from Endless Simmer.

For those of you who want to dive deeper into the world of DIY pops, I wrote a comprehensive piece for Krrb that includes links to molds you might want to buy plus lots of recipe ideas.Oh and if you are looking for a slightly more grown up version (read: frozen drinks on a stick) check out One Kings Lane’s brilliant post with 4 great recipes for the fruity-but- also-alcoholic pop. Oh and also there’s this Strawberry Greyhound poptail from Endless Simmer.

“What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today when human contacts go so fast. Fashion is instant language.”

This past Tuesday I made a quick one day trip to New York City to speak at the Hispanic Marketing Forum at Google.Along side of me where two amazing and talented people, Chumel Torres and CaeLike. You guys might already knowwho they are, but if you don’tshow them some love! I wanted to share this small picture diary of the city that has mefalling in love more and more each time that I visit. There’s inspiration everywhere and I love capturing moments thatinfluence me. Enjoy!

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And then, overnight, the temperatures rose into the high 80’s (some say we hit 90 this week, but I refuse to believe it).Down jackets are a distant memory. The sprinklers have been turned on in the playgrounds. Summer is upon us.Inresponse, we are making our own popsicles again, this time with a little help from The Cookbook For Kids, by LisaAtwood for William Sonoma. We changed the recipe to fit our personal tastes (and what was available at the market)and I’ve copied our take on the formal instructions below in the hopes that you will all become avid pop makers.