Hawaii, aka The Food Tour. Part II North Shore

Hawaii, aka The Food Tour. Part II North Shore

Next on the Hawaii (food) tour is the North Shore! After a few days in the busier area of Honolulu, the North Shore was a great retreat. There aren’t as many “popular” food options like in Waikiki, but there are definitely a few well-known stops; Giovanni’s, Ted’s Bakery, Matsumoto to name a few. Others tend to be a bit more stumble-upon than these guys that will appear at the top of your Yelp searches. Prepare yourself for more delicious looking pictures!

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So I Tried Paddleboarding

So I Tried Paddleboarding

A couple of weeks ago, I journeyed back home to New Hampshire to spend time at Lake Sunapee and Lake Winnipesaukee. I was so so excited, and not just because my best friend was getting married, but also because I had new paddleboards waiting there for me. I’ve never tried this aquatic activity before, but trust me when I tell you that you do not need to be athletic to enjoy them. If my mom can do it, so can you. Continue reading “So I Tried Paddleboarding”

New York in the Pink Dress

New York in the Pink Dress

Preparing for the New York heat, I knew I needed to bring a few key things: refillable water bottle (saving the planet, etc.), dresses, shorts to wear underneath my dresses, and of course lots of sunglasses. I went on a little ‘add to cart’ binge on Asos a few weeks ago, and definitely dont regret it. I may not be able to wear these summer dresses all the time in SF, but with all these trips on my cal, I got dresses-o-plenty. Continue reading “New York in the Pink Dress”