Category: Adventures

Boats in Havana

Cuba: The Pearl of the Caribbean

Get a glimpse into my recent trip to Havana, Cuba and be sure to check out my whole series on my trip coming soon. This article was originally published on University of San Diego: Toreros Abroad This summer, in… Read More

Couple Kissing

The 10 Most Romantic Valentine’s Day Getaways in California

Valentine’s Day is this weekend and it is being situated in the middle of a long weekend. For some, this is the perfect time to escape with your S.O. and spend a weekend in one of California’s most romantic… Read More

The Grand Canyon South Rim

48 Hours at the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of America’s national treasures. People can spend weeks on weeks touring the canyon and hiking down to the bottom of the canyon. But what do you do if you have a limited amount… Read More

Bumbershoot 2015: A Look Back As a self-proclaimed “sun goddess” and someone who enjoys all things California, there are multiple reasons why I love visiting all my college friends in Seattle. While I’m sure this won’t be my… Read More

First Adventures as a Bridesmaid

It seems like one can’t mindlessly scroll through their Facebook newsfeed without seeing an engagement announcement. Check out my guest blog on Cavin Elizabeth Photography on my thoughts and feelings of being a bridesmaid for one of my best friends…. Read More

F*CK YA FESTIVAL: FYF Fest

  I have dubbed 2015 the year of the music festival. This year I have been to four music festivals, starting with Coachella and ending with KAABOO. What I love about the months April-September aka Festival Season is… Read More

Shavasana in the Sea-San Diego Paddle Yoga

As the mid-August heat wave hits San Diego I’ve been finding myself spending more time by the ocean and finding ways to bring my favorite hobbies to the beach. San Diego Paddle Yoga brings my two favorite hobbies… Read More

Belmont Park: San Diego’s Historic Beachfront Amusement Park

I really truly feel bad for Monday’s. I just don’t get the massive worldwide hatred toward the first day of the week. When Sunday night rolls around and my Twitter feed gets filled with tweets such as “Hey… Read More

The Orange County Fair

There are so many things that I love about Southern California in the Summer ranging from various outdoor activities such as movies at the Hollywood Forever cemetery to taking advantage of water activities such as paddle board yoga… Read More

Bay to Breakers

Mark Twain once said the coldest winter he’d ever spent was a summer in San Francisco. If you’re going to bare the cold weather of a San Francisco summer you should definitely visit for Bay To Breakers, the… Read More