I lived overseas in Japan for two years, and continue to do volunteer work with Japanese students studying abroad in the US during my free time. Originally from Philadelphia but I relocated to Boston when I returned to the States from Japan. Right now, I work as a lab admin at Harvard.
my great loves are yoga, reading, and instagramming my food. Recently got into aerial acrobatics: think Cirque du Soliel - but a lot clumsier. I run when I'm feeling particularly motivated (read: I paid the registration fee on a race) but have been keeping longer runs on the back burner thanks to a stress fracture last year. I particularly dig going to Boston sporting events, musicals, the ballet, the symphony, or out to a new restaurant or bar. I kind of love that I have yet to experience all that Boston has to offer.
I like to play outside and travel. My dream is to own a few corgis, a friendly fat cat, a couple of alpacas, and a horse or two. I'll settle for the corgis.
Not familiar with that scent but I find the Glossier You to be very “clean” as a scent, it reminds me of being freshly showered with just a little something else, which I think is the pink pepper notes.
Camille R. asked, “How does this scent compare to American Eagle Wanderlust?”
I have the spray and while I love the scent I don’t think it lasts long. The solid might be a better option so you could carry around with you!
Carolina A. asked, “so I recently got a sample of Glossier You Eau de Parfum and i was thinking of buying the solid version (plus its cheaper) is it any good? ive read reviews and they say it smells like nothing, what do u recommend??”