Shut Up and Go

7 Must Eat Foods From Egypt

By On March 26, 2015

1. Mahshi Wara’ Inab Translation: stuffed grape leaves, and all other stuffed delights I hate capers. And no, this Egyptian food has nothing to do with capers, but for some reason, whenever… Read More


The First Time We Shut Up and Went to Barcelona

By On March 25, 2015

We were 19 years old in Paris when we had one of our first Shut Up and Go moments. Well, our first would have been leaving New York City for Paris in… Read More


Getting rid of all your crap

By On March 24, 2015

Next week, I’m moving out of the Harlem apartment I’ve leased for two and a half years and oddly, there’s nothing but one thing I am feeling right now: relief. Finally. If there’s… Read More

Locals of

Locals of New York City: Shira Galler

By On March 18, 2015

In our “Locals of” series, we will be highlighting locals of each city we travel to. Go figure. These aren’t just randos walking down the street; they’re people we have personally connected with… Read More

Life Stories

12 Realities of Being a Nomad

By On March 15, 2015

1. you build a “goodbye muscle” Having to say goodbye to people you fall in love with (whether platonically or romantically) without knowing if you’ll see them again is a killer, and… Read More

Life Stories

That Time Jo Got Scammed in Italy So You Won’t Have To

By On March 12, 2015

Why did I decide to pack three massive bags for a month-long post-grad backpacking trip with my girls across Europe? I now had to struggle through the Rome Termini station at 6AM… Read More


10 Lessons You Only Learn if You Live in New York City

By On March 10, 2015

1. Invest in good headphones No where else will you pick up the terrible habit of sticking headphones in your ears every chance you get like you do in New York City. I’m… Read More