After spending three weeks in cold, rainy London, I was so happy to arrive in Amsterdam to a sunny 80-degree day! I had purchased this cute teal polka dotted dress at a street market in Camden Town, London, so I was finally able to wear it. (I was a wee bit excited. Three weeks of rain = no fun.)
September 7, 2015
I've been in London for three weeks now and, being my first time here, I've explored a variety of different areas and put together a list of my favorite places in the city. I never knew prior to coming here how HUGE London is, so I'm glad I've had a few weeks here to really take everything in.
August 14, 2015
I've been wanting to snap photos here forever, and luckily, a few weeks ago I had lunch with a friend at Gracias Madre on Melrose (amazing vegan food!) and talked him into visiting the pink wall afterward.
August 12, 2015
June 30, 2015
Christina had just purchased a new camera lens and wanted to try it out, and the backyard flower garden was perfect place for photos.
May 1, 2015
Having said that, I'm the best effing tour guide you'll ever have in the city of Los Angeles. So much so that I'm going to have to break this one down into categories:
On the Cheap:
For those of you on a budget, here's a great way to navigate around the wonderful city of lost angels without breaking the bank:
Cinespia Movies: If you're visiting between May-October, every Saturday the Hollywood Forever Cemetery features a movie night with a photobooth, DJ's and usually surprise special guests from the movie itself. Again, bring blankets, munchies, drinks, chairs, etc. Tickets are about $14, but get them early because they sell out. http://cinespia.org/
January 11, 2015
I just finished redecorating my entire apartment (yay!), and since I'm a huge bargain shopper, I wanted to write a quick post and recommend my favorite, affordable places for home decor.
My previous living room theme was dark red and purple tones, but I found myself loving all the photos on Pinterest with bright whites and accent colors. Pinks, corals, teals... that's what I was going for.
November 28, 2014
November 20, 2014
1. Tiger Kingdom: This was probably one of the coolest things I did. You can pick which size tiger you want to see, so I opted for the babies and the large tigers. (And don't worry, they're not drugged. The baby tigers were actually running all over the room wrestling with each other. Adorable!) Piece of advice: don't wear white, and bring some wipes, because you get pretty dirty.
Hey all - here's a travel vlog I put together of the trip to Chiang Mai Thailand.
I included the Loy Krathong Lantern Festival, Tiger Kingdom, Night Safari, Khum Khantoke dinner, and our hotels, Ban Sabai Village Resort and Liam's Suan Dok Mai Guest House.