January 2nd, 2014
On My Mind

Anywhere But Here

Image © British Vogue

Image © British Vogue

A blizzard has NYC in it’s sights and I for one am not happy about it. And to make matters worse, every time I go to Instagram my friend Kristina of the WSJ. has posted another pic of her Jamaican vacation– grrr. Really?!?! I want to be like Freja, all smiles at the beach.

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  • I like the snow, at least until February, so I can’t totally relate. I do know a winter vacation to a sunny climate is a great thing though!

    AprilJanuary 2nd, 2014  3:28 PM

     
  • They are predicting 40 degrees Celsius for these parts! Have to say prefer the thought of heat to snow. Stay warm and safe.
    I want to be more like Freya than just smiles at the beach – those thighs and youth for a start!

    ClaireJanuary 2nd, 2014  4:56 PM

     
  • I like a snowy January, so I would actually welcome a good snow about now. Having a get-away date on the calendar to a warm climate is a must though, and sure motivates me to the gym on days I would otherwise skip!

    PaulaJanuary 2nd, 2014  9:31 PM

     
  • snow is a perfect excuse to pile on the cashmere fur and leather!!!!!! Rejoice!!! (of course, I did just return from the Bahamas . . . . .

    PaulaJanuary 2nd, 2014  10:02 PM

     

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