Beach day in Pacifica + outdoor event with deep house and tacos + feeling excited again

Hey friends! It’s been BEAU-TI-FUL here in San Francisco lately, which meant lots of time in the sun last week. I have lots of fun things to share so let’s dive right in: Friday: Team Picnic at Golden Gate Park After work on Friday, I organized a picnic for my team at work at Golden … More Beach day in Pacifica + outdoor event with deep house and tacos + feeling excited again

Day trip to Bass Lake and Bolinas + girl time in the Mission + falling in love with California again

Growing up in upstate New York, fall was always my favorite season. I loved the crisp morning air and rituals like apple picking and raking leaves. Yet since moving to SF, I quickly learned that it oddly gets more summery than ever starting in October, aka SF’s “delayed summer”. While I miss the traditional fall, … More Day trip to Bass Lake and Bolinas + girl time in the Mission + falling in love with California again

Girls night + mooncakes + exploring Coit Tower + kick-back at Rene’s

And another week goes by and somehow it is already almost October?! Can someone please stop the time? Last weekend was filled with several spontaneous activities that culminated into quite the fun weekend. Let’s jump right in: Friday: Girl’s night at Rene’s apartment On Friday, Rene invited me over for an impromptu hang out. I … More Girls night + mooncakes + exploring Coit Tower + kick-back at Rene’s

Picnic hangs + birthday barbecue feat. impossible meat

And with a blink of an eye, somehow it’s already August! Is it just me, or has time really flown by this summer? San Francisco’s summer is pretty much the same, foggy temperate weather all year…that paired with the quarantine and long work hours the last few weeks has meant time going by in a … More Picnic hangs + birthday barbecue feat. impossible meat

SF opening up again: picnic with friends + arts & crafts + new hikes

Hello to my friends in the blogosphere! Since we last talked, San Francisco has slowly been opening up and it’s really livened the atmosphere around here. It still feels like SF is the most conservative city in the U.S. right now in terms of COVID precautions: everyone wears face masks, restaurants/stores/businesses are still closed…the good … More SF opening up again: picnic with friends + arts & crafts + new hikes