Although We’ve Come to The Fork in the Road

I appreciate the odd and quirky, especially when it entails a good, honest fight. It’s true that the best and most attractive people have experienced some sort of struggle or suffering. Khalil Gibran, Lebanese-American artist, poet, and write once said, “Out of suffering have emerged […]

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Los Angeles Pride and Self Care

I injured my face two days ago. I plowed right into a thin piece of plywood hanging out the back of someone’s pickup truck. I’m fortunate it wasn’t my eye. My injuries could have been worse. I’m pretty sure this wasn’t a mere freak accident […]

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Self Care because You are Beautiful

The spirit needs nurturing. Whether it’s meditation or massage or peacefully falling into the life and character of a novel’s heroine, downtime is necessary. It’s essential to our mental health. Sometimes, our lives can become hectic and we feel like we can’t stop, won’t stop. […]

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Los Angeles State Historic Park

Los Angeles Magazine’s July issue encouraged me to venture to downtown’s Chinatown district where a beautiful thirty-two acre state park celebrated its grand opening this past April. There are no swing sets or jungle gyms – just vast open spaces with drought friendly plant life […]

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Sushirrito – The Sushi Burrito

Many things in life excite me. Food is definitely one of those things. I will travel great distances to dine in a Michelin rated restaurant and I will have no qualms about the hefty bill such experiences usually come with. I consider myself to be […]

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Travel Planning with Booking.com

*Disclaimer : I am not being paid to promote this website or their services – they’re really just that good. Half of the joy of taking a trip is in the planning – that whole journey, not the destination thing. I think I must have […]

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