Travel: Romantic Road Trip – Rome to Paris

I haven’t yet adventured to go on an actual road trip through Europe. I always feel train travel is sufficient in getting me to where I needed to go without the stress of driving while on vacation in a foreign country. Although, a friend of mine who lives in England took me on weekend road […]

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Decor: A Home In Central Coast

While I hide in the middle of California – 20 minutes from Solvang, 40 to San Luis Obispo and the fine wine region in between, I can’t help but notice all topics relating to this quick and easy getaway for this California gal.  In this case, the modern take on a beautiful home in Monterey […]

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Homemade Coconut and Walnut Gelato

I had the best of ice cream the other day in Sonoma, California and wished I could simply create my own versions of this treat at home. And guess what happened? I stumbled upon this quick and easy recipe. Ingredients 300 g of fresh cream 200 g of coconut milk 50 g of dehydrated coconut […]

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Health And Beauty: How and Why

I saw children dressed in pressed school uniforms, carrying new backpacks, and wearing trendy shoes, on the commuter train yesterday, and immediately looked at the calendar app on my i-Phone. I can’t believe – back to school season – is upon us. Which is a wonderful and crazy thing – compounding to the already chaotic […]

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Food: Dinner Tonight- Thai Steak Sandwich

I love steak sandwich and will actually search for the option on any menu while dining out. But tonight, I wanted to do something different with the skirt steak that’s been thawing out in my refrigerator. Now as I have mentioned many times, I Keto my way through life now, with the option to have […]

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Fashion: Coats and Jackets

Since we don’t really have a proper summer in San Francisco, it is very easy for the locals to shop for coats over the season and even wear them in the middle of October. Just this morning, two women were bundled up with gloves on and hoods tightly framing their faces. I get it, but […]

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Food: London Vegan Eateries

Before my trip to London for a few days in May, I made a list of restaurants I wanted to try, and out of the list of ten places, we only experienced two – which were mostly based on hype and the food not as spectacular as the menu made it sound to be. So […]

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Food: Dinner Tonight – Chili, Lime, Chicken and Avocado

Hating the fact, we’ve eaten out for the past couple of nights, because there is no ‘off-switch’ when a colorful oversized menu is shoved in your face by the waiter, who is rattling off the specials and then coming around a few times until order taken,  ‘insisting really’ but pretending not to – for us […]

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Travel: To The Most Colorful Destinations

The dreary fog and gray in San Francisco has me longing for color – and this couldn’t have popped up across my computer screen at a better time – World’s 25 most colorful cities and some of my favorites:

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Fashion: Fall 2018 Trends

Had I paid attention to the fact, fashion is a recycle of trends, I would have stored all of my clothes from the 90’s until it was back in style. But instead, I was too glad to get rid of it all – hating the style back then.  Well now, some of those pieces are […]

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Food: Breakfast – Eggs Included

I had a very early start this morning. Meaning my dog woke up at one in the morning and just would not go back to sleep. So by four, I was up getting ready for my day, except this  happened – Eggs Florentine from here WHICH as I have to remind, is pretty Keto friendly for […]

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Lifestyle: Anxiety Defined

I’ve been a little on edge lately. It happens and I know it. But this round, I can’t figure out if there is actually a way to help myself not feel so wound up about even the smallest of issues.  I mean I try my best to rationalize, and adjust my lifestyle and dance around […]

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Travel: From Affordable Luxury Vacations to UberBOAT Island hopping

As I stated earlier this week, we are coming to the best travel months of any year – you know, past the summer rush with college students and lots of families and group travelers crowding every city or town, most anywhere in the world. Driving the prices for accommodations to high season rates, and the […]

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