• Mo Marshall

    Trust your gut.

    Hi. My name is Mo. I believe in the power of energy and intuition. I’m a writer who is inspired by the unspoken energy of life. I believe when you tune into energy it leads you to the answers you are seeking- things like everyday miracles. I'm a no nonsense, practical, grounded soul and if you want to cultivate greater awareness of energy, then start reading. You'll find subtle and not so subtle suggestions that motivate and inspire, but you must first look beyond what the eye can see. Happy reading.

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Kusmi Tea: Paris (1867)

Kusmi tea originated in Russia in 1867 and opened in Paris in 1917.  They advertise it as a Parisian tea despite it’s beginnings in Russia.  About a year ago Kusmi opened its first boutique store in NYC.  For about a year I would pass by the window in a rush and think, I have to go in there next time… Despite the tea enthusiast I am, it’s taken me until today to stop in and purchase some of their tea.   I can assure you after just tasting their Jasmine tea, I’ll be back visiting the boutique in no time.  If you can’t stop by their store there is an option to order online (which I didn’t realize until today).

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HeyTell: Modern day walkie talkie

My brother just recently told me about the HeyTell app. for my iphone and this modern day walkie talkie is so cool.  You download the app on your iPhone or iPad and have whomever else you want to be able to walkie talkie with do the same.  It’s faster and better than texts.  I use it with my siblings and my nephew who thinks it is the coolest thing. We got to discuss his Harry Potter book report he was doing yesterday. I mean, I can’t even.  Kids are cute enough and then you have the ability to walkie talkie with them and it just becomes pure fun.

Happy Sunday: Writing & the Oscars!

Having time to write a blog post and watch the Oscars makes it a Happy Sunday for me! The last 5 weeks have been a whirlwind with more going on then I could possibly type in a blog posting.  I have been on a schedule of waking up at 4am and getting to work by 6am for a brief gig working for the News. This week was my first week back to a normal schedule of being able to sleep until 7am.  After a week, my body still can’t figure out what schedule I am trying to put it on.   I think I will need another week to get there.  Most of all, I’m happy I actually have the energy to be writing a blog entry!  I have been busy nearly every night this week (including my days, of course) and I’ve been working all weekend so as soon as I leave the shop tonight I will feel a wave of relief that I can put myself in front of the Oscars and do nothing but be entertained.  I ran over to Grano today for take out and what an awesome little Italian place.  It is welcoming, relaxed and has great food.  Enjoy your Sunday evening whether you watch the Oscars or not.  If you aren’t watching the Oscars, then why not head to Grano?

Jetson style stroller is here, it just doesn’t fly (yet).

Origami Stroller

I may not have kids, but when I saw this stroller came out I laughed and had to read the specifics.This Jetson style stroller is lit on the underside of it so you can clearly see everything beneath your feet.  I pictured it being illuminated on on the underside, but hovering above the ground like a Jetson mobile. I’m thinking the hovering feature will be next because with all this strollers bells and whistles it weighs 29 lbs. and isn’t anything someone wants to lift along with holding a little one.  A GPS style device sits on top that tells you via a sensor your child is actually in the seat, how charged up your battery is (it has a phone charger too) and how far you’ve trotted with your little one. A push of a button makes it collapse or open up.  It retails for about $850.00.

French inspired home in a bottle

Oh what a week it’s been.  I was up by 4am each morning to get to work by 6am and as of yesterday (Friday) afternoon I was spent.  Sometimes when I’m maxed out I just need to sleep. The other half of the time I simply need to be at home in my space doing what I love to do.  I had laundry and tidying up to do in the apt. and eventually I reached for my iron and ironing board.  My Grandmother from my father’s side was always big on ironing.  I seem to have gotten her ironing gene. It relaxes me.  So, I pulled the freshly laundered sheets out of the dryer and put them straight on top of the iron board, spraying them with Panier des Sens en Provence Linen Water as I ironed, making any wrinkles disappear.  You can spritz your towels with it or any linens for that matter and wa-lah, you have a French inspired home that smells divine.  They have different scents to suit your fancy. I assure you, this bottle which is less than $20 will make all the difference in your home.

Kate Spade windows have it right.

Kate Spade is on my block, two Avenues over so I regularly walk by the shop en route home. Overall, their windows are a delight to look at whenever I pass by.  They seem to be trending statements on their merchandise this season that hit it just right when it comes to how one feels in the middle of a cold winter.  Temperatures in the city have been frigid in the teens and feeling more like single digits with wind factors added in.  When I saw this hat in their window my head went directly to seeing it on my head while sitting on a pristine beach in my bikini.  I thought, please send me there now.  I have no doubt it says it right for anyone else experiencing single digit temperatures:

If you can’t make it to the pristine beach vacation I’m imagining, then why not take the bags advice in their next window:
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