A Passion Project

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Fresh Summer Salad

July 10, 2017

What exactly is a “Summer Salad”? I have no idea. That’s a great question. But, this seems like the kind of thing that would qualify as a “Summer Salad,” on account of the fact that all of the ingredients are fresh during the summer, …


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La Brea Tar Pits Visit

July 9, 2017

The La Brea Tar Pits are located in Downtown Los Angeles, and it’s definitely worth the trip. Considering the number of other museums in the area, you can totally make it a part of a day of DTLA exploration. For those of you who …


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Dine with me: The Apple Pan

July 4, 2017

I’m starting a new series called ‘Dine with me,’ where I’ll be featuring different restaurants that I visit that are particularly notable. I’m starting it off with The Apple Pan, in Los Angeles! The Apple Pan is kind of a Los Angeles institution. You …


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Palm Springs Weekend Trip!

June 29, 2017

Living in Orange County means the availability of a Palm Springs weekend trip, basically at any time. I took up that opportunity last weekend with two of my friends from college. Here’s some snaps from the weekend. 🙂 El Jefe: We went to El …


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Palm Springs Essentials

June 21, 2017

PALM SPRINGSSSS. I L-O-V-E Palm Springs, and I’m blessed to live a 90 minute car ride away from heaven in the desert. Two of my dear friends from college and I are doing a quick weekend trip soon, and I decided to start preparing …


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Succulent Sunday

June 19, 2017

I love plants. For those of you who know me, that comes as no surprise. If you follow me on instagram, (which you totally should!) you might have seen that I brought home some new plant babies recently. I decided to plant the newbies …


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Old Places Made New

June 9, 2017

I spent four years living on the campus of my Alma Mater, Concordia University Irvine. Four years that I had the opportunity to explore the campus grounds. And did I? Nope. It wasn’t until just recently, three years after I graduated, when my current …