Interior Design: Hamptons Heaven

Those who know me well know that I am completely enamored with old homes. There’s something about the sentimental charm of a place that has been well lived in that really appeals to me. This Brideghampton house, featured in the June issue of Elle Decor, was originally built as a farmhouse in the 1840s. In the… read more

Great Read: The Underground Railroad

Colson Whitehead recently won the Pultizer Prize for his novel The Underground Railroad, and after finishing the book I can tell you it was well deserved. It had been some time since I read a book about slavery in the United States. This book immediately made me realize that while I understood all the horrors we… read more

Great Non-Profit: Abilis

Being a local, I often get asked about the many non-profits here in our area. Abilis, a non-profit that has been in Greenwich for more than 65 years, is one of my absolute favorites. Abilis serves those who are disabled – and their clients have a range of disabilities from autism to down syndrome. The most amazing… read more

Awesome Artist: Natsumi Hayashi

If you need a little pep in your step this Monday morning, Natsumi Hayashi’s photos are sure to help you feel lifted. With a camera, tripod, and the 10 second timer she captures herself in incredible positions. It’s hard to believe she almost never has any help, and doesn’t use Photoshop or rigging systems of… read more

Great Business: Glimpse Guides

Over here at The Sent we are starting to really understand the value of travel. Getting away allows you to learn, gain perspective on your day-to-day, and to relax. When your kids are young, sometimes you limit travel because it feels safest to hunker down at home, or choose vacation locations that are easy to… read more