Outdoor burner dance party + exciting garden additions + cacao ceremony

Hi friends! How are YOU? I’m coming out of a pretty fun weekend that hit a major sweet spot. After months of missing parties and events getting canceled (for obvious reasons), Joe and I found an outdoor event called the “Maskerade,” hosted by a Burning Man camp at the Midway. I’ve been SO missing these … More Outdoor burner dance party + exciting garden additions + cacao ceremony

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

Tips for online dating apps from 5 years of dating experience!

Some of you may know that I met my partner Joe on a dating app (Facebook). Before Joe, I was more-or-less single for 5 years, and the majority of my dating life was from people met online — I estimate I’ve been on 30+ online dates throughout my 20’s living in NYC and SF! Even … More Tips for online dating apps from 5 years of dating experience!

Random thoughts: LASIK surgery, painting & crafting fun, watermelons galore, garden update, and cat cuddling

Hey blog! With all my posts on travel/weekend trips, I haven’t talked about the day-to-day stuff around here lately. Even though there have been a few exciting activities going on this summer, most of our days are still the same old: working remotely, running, taking walks in the neighborhood, and entertaining ourselves quarantine style. Here … More Random thoughts: LASIK surgery, painting & crafting fun, watermelons galore, garden update, and cat cuddling

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