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A Trip to the Skirball Cultural Center

A few weeks ago I was invited to visit the Skirball Cultural Central with my friend Shiri and our families to see the Noah’s Ark exhibit — an interactive experience for both children and adults. This permanent fixture unique to the Skirball has all…

August 20, 2017
Featured Travel

Seeking Summertime at Anaheim GardenWalk

I had an exciting opportunity in Orange County this week and I brought the family with me so we could do a doubleheader at Disneyland! It may be our very last Disney trip until the fall, so we knew we had to make it…

June 30, 2017
Featured Los Angeles Travel

Date Night in DTLA

Whenever I travel I almost always prefer to walk from one place to another when exploring a city center. I will walk miles upon miles if it means stumbling upon hidden gems and seeing aspects of the world that aren’t always pointed out on sample…

June 3, 2017
Featured Travel

One Weekend in Monterey with Kids

This past weekend we drove 5 hours up the coast to Monterey for Mother’s Day weekend. We’re pretty lucky to have a child who oddly loves to take car rides, but we do keep a handful of healthy snacks in the car (fruit leather, berries,…

May 17, 2017
Featured Travel

What’s In My Bag: KAABOO Del Mar Edition

My birthday weekend happens to coincide with KAABOO Del Mar this year and I could not be any more excited!  Although there is an incredible musical lineup this year with artists like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, and…

March 28, 2017
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2-Day Itinerary: Tokyo in Spring

Before we had a little one, my husband and I embarked on one last trip as a duo overseas. We landed on Japan as our destination and, lucky for us, the dates that worked best with our schedule fell during peak cherry blossom season. I…

January 10, 2017
Featured Travel

Iceland Travel Series: Gullfoss Waterfall

Whenever we travel to a new country, there’s always a focal point attraction type that you seem to be able to drown in as your trip progresses. For example, in Ireland there are castles, in Japan you’ll see plenty of shrines and temples —…

November 4, 2016
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Hiking to Iceland’s DC-3 Plane Wreck with Baby

In the middle of the Sólheimasandur black sand beach in Southern Iceland lies a crashed United States Navy Douglas Super DC-3 airplane that crashed in the 1970s. No one was hurt and the fuselage was left on the beach where it still remains. It’s safe to…

November 2, 2016
Featured Travel

Good Things Come to Those Who Book Flights

One of my most prized possessions is my passport. It’s proof positive that I’ve gone some pretty incredible places in my short lifetime, that little book that reminds me how small I am in such a vast world. I’ve just returned from Iceland last…

October 8, 2016
Featured Travel

Iceland Playlist

Whenever I travel, I make a playlist to help me set the mood. I usually start with a “chill out” plane playlist because (although I travel all the time, I have a severe fear of flying) and then create a compilation of songs that…

October 6, 2016
Featured Style Travel

The Ultimate Iceland Packing List

Hello from Iceland! We made it here in one piece and so did our luggage. But I have to be frank with you, packing was not fun. I dare you to try walking into a Los Angeles mall in 100 degree heat and ask…

October 3, 2016
Family Featured Travel

Hello Fall! A Visit to the Pumpkin Patch

Ever since Tyler and I met, I have been bragging about the cool Buffalo fall weather and the trips to pick out a bright orange pumpkin. I’ve tried in vain to thoroughly enjoy the patches out here in Southern California, but just like Jay…

September 23, 2016
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This is 29: Disneyland Celebrations

I’ve arrived! The last year of my twenties. We went to Disneyland yesterday (and renewed our passes for another year while Fox is still free!) to celebrate and eat all of the snacks. Although we go to Disneyland often, it’s most fun for me…

September 16, 2016