Meet Scout Society member Jessica Goldfond.
How do you pay the rent?
I own a PR company called The Shiny Squirrel that is based in New York.
How else do you fill your days?
I am a really avid indoor gardener. I have around 75 plants in my house and have even brought some into my office. This is a photo of some of my hanging apartment plants. I seem to be collecting macrame hangers. 
Who are you following these days?
@notjustapopp — Great jewelry and the personal style is inspiring. 
@axandapple — Love seeing where she is traveling, what she is making, and her awesome evolving apartment and studio in L.A. 
@etrine — Amazing furniture designer out of Portland, Oregon. Always love to see what he is working on and who he’s collaborating with. 
Let’s get Scouting. A self-portrait?
I just bought this hat this weekend. I have been obsessing over these pieces from Italian designer Reinhard Plank and finally got one for myself while wandering around recently. 
Your morning coffee?
Most mornings, I get up and go to coffee at Bakeri on Wythe Avenue in Brooklyn. I love the food — especially if you get there early, and the baguettes are coming out of the oven. I try to avoid the crowds and start my day off with lists of what I want to accomplish that day. 
Your significant lover, other, or BFF?
My boyfriend and I have been together for a little over a year. We met on Instagram, and he moved here from Atlanta last February. 
I get inspired by traveling and the many different cultures and experiences that are out there. Here is a photo from my visit to Bangkok a few years ago. The markets were incredible. 
The one photo you refuse to delete from your phone?
My cats, Monkey and Louise. They are hilarious and really make my apartment feel like home. 
What you did last weekend?
I went to brunch with my friend, Stephanie, from Even Cleveland. We walked around for hours going to boutiques and checking out new offerings. I also went to the Parra show at the Jonathan Levine Gallery and fell in love with his work.  These activities were sandwiched between things like watering plants and watching a series of bad Netflix movies like Pretty in Pink.
The last thing you chowed down on?
This spicy tofu soup from someplace in Koreatown.