4 Places to Wine and Dine in Los Angeles

Helllloo!

It has been THREE months since my last blog post. But now that we are in quarantine, I have no excuse… this is the perfect opportunity to start blogging again. Although we may not be able to leave home right now, I wanted to share some of my favorite happy hour places in Los Angeles, because that is the first thing I am doing when this is all over!

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2020 Goals

Hi all and Happy New Year!

It has literally been a year since I last made a blog post, and a lot has changed since then! I’ve graduated, I’m working in the “real world,” and my boyfriend lives on the other side of the country *sad face.* I’ve gone through a big life transition and it hasn’t been easy, but there is a lot left to look forward to in this new chapter.

I thought I would start off 2020 with a blog post on my New Years resolutions, so that I have them down in writing and I can hold myself accountable. Let’s start with number one, shall we?

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A Day on Melrose

If I were asked where to take someone on their first trip to Los Angeles, I would take them to Melrose Avenue. It is just so LA… From the coffee shops to the shopping and wall art, there is just so much to do and see along this strip. Continue reading “A Day on Melrose”

My Senior Year College Bedroom!

Today I am FINALLY doing a bedroom blog post! I’ve been getting a lot of DMs about my bedding and wall art so here we are. The lighting was right, my room was clean, the camera was charged… no better time to make this post. Plus, with the end of the school year coming around, I figured many of you would be making some new living arrangements. I hope that this post can provide some inspiration for designing your own bedroom! Continue reading “My Senior Year College Bedroom!”

Fig, Santa Monica

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If you follow me on Instagram, you may know about my obsession with Netflix’s new show Selling Sunset. It really motivates me to make a million dollars and then buy a mansion in the Hollywood Hills, you know? Continue reading “Fig, Santa Monica”

Spring Break in Mammoth

Instead of heading to a tropical destination for spring break, I headed to the cold. Living in LA, Mammoth honestly felt like vacation and a change of pace. When I lived in Chicago, we would only go on vacation somewhere warm. Now, I want to go to cold places! I never thought this day would come. Continue reading “Spring Break in Mammoth”

Roo Coffee + Trois Familia, Silverlake

This week I ventured off from the West Side to explore Silverlake, a neighborhood I don’t go to very often. Driving there is a painnnnn in the booty. That’s the annoying part about living in LA. It’s hard to get off the couch and meet up with friends when they live in what seems like the other side of the world. Or at least the other side of LA. Continue reading “Roo Coffee + Trois Familia, Silverlake”