Sunday’s are my favorite, one of the main reasons is brunch! My weekday mornings are typically easy grab and go foods but on the weekend, I really want to savor some hearty breakfast food. My roots make me automatically love anything inspired by Latin or Spanish cultures. Chilaquiles is a traditional Mexican dish that is super … More Perfect Brunch – Chilaquiles
Hey Curly Friends! Between my mom and I we have tried all curly hair products; everything from cheap drugstore products to expensive Moroccan oil treatments. Whether you are a guy or girl with curls; having the right products and using the right tools are key. There is one company that truly knows curls – DevaCurl … More Calling all Curls!
Our west coast crew took a trip up to Napa Valley, California to celebrate a batcholor/ette weekend! It was absolutely perfect weather. Here are some snapshots from the trip! First stop was Andretti Winery – we tried some unfiltered Cabernet straight from the barrel, it was one of my favorite wines of the day!Second stop was a quick … More Napa Valley Vibes
I had Glass Beach on my list of California must-see for a while, so I decided booked us a hotel in Fort Bragg! We drove up early Saturday morning, and headed straight for Russian Gulch State Park for a hike. If you know me, hiking up a mountain to a waterfall is so gratifying. The sound … More 48 Hours of North Coast Bliss
We decided to ring in the 2016 Chinese New Year at one of the largest celebration outside of Asia, in San Francisco’s Chinatown! If you are looking for some interesting sights and sounds and tons of great food, stop by Chinatown for a visit! We entered Chinatown at the infamous Dragon’s Gate, located at the intersection … More Chinatown, San Francisco
Wow! 2015 is gone just like that – what an incredible year it was! It was our first year living in California, 3,000 miles from where we met, our home in Raleigh, NC. I became fully dedicated into a job focused on protecting and preserving the environment – which is very rewarding and something I … More Year One – Wild California
“…at last the Lake burst upon us—a noble sheet of blue water lifted six thousand three hundred feet above the level of the sea, and walled in by a rim of snow-clad mountain peaks that towered aloft full three thousand feet higher still! … As it lay there with the shadows of the mountains brilliantly … More Keep Tahoe Blue