An Array of Beans Recently, I was in L.A to learn how to make the perfect pour over cup of coffee. While I was not fully successful at making the perfect cup of joe, I certainly learned a lot about the art of coffee making. Blue Bottle has pour over classes available for sign up […]
In the anticipation of celebrating a quarter century of life, I turned to the map. Last year, I was in Iceland – soaking in the Blue Lagoon, checking out the world’s largest iceberg melting, and traveling through apocalyptic landscapes. But this year, the topical climate of Belize seemed to be calling my name. For 25, […]
In the age of Internet, a simple google search can turn up more than 100 million results. Have you ever wondered how long it would take you to go through every single item? (Or maybe that’s just me?). How can you write authentically to stand out from the crowd?
In another display of Murphy’s law: anything that can go wrong, will go wrong- I decided to take a trip to Joshua Tree. This decision was the result of several conversations with my boyfriend about what he wanted to do for his birthday weekend. “Where do you want to go?” “Let’s go hiking!” “Let’s go […]
I recently wrote a post on my change away from a wheat heavy diet. If you missed the post, you can catch up here. When you mention to people that you are no longer eating wheat, the first question they tend to have is, “Then what do you eat?” This question always struck me as […]
Acne. It typically starts around 13 years old. That’s about when everyone begins to go through puberty and while there is a war zone going on inside your body, the wounds are seen on your face. Yep, you guessed it. We’re talking about acne. Specifically, I’m going to discuss the correlations I’ve made between acne […]