Adventure Headshots & Modeling Set

Adventure Headshots & Modeling Set

I have some new photos to share with you! Well, these are actually pretty dated now, but this is still one of my absolute favorite photo sets- shot in my back yard. They were intended to be headshots with some fun, different aesthetics thrown in for funsies. Check out...

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The Side Effects of Meditation

The Side Effects of Meditation

Meditation is a great practice for one’s mental health that helps provide a healthy overall outlook on the world. Honestly, I am an avid supporter of meditation and regularly write about my spirituality and mediation practices on other platforms. However, I do think...

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Safely Solo Traveling as a Girl

Safely Solo Traveling as a Girl

Ladies, traveling alone can be really difficult. As a girl, I sometimes get worried about traveling alone to certain places- not even just foreign countries, even to many local cities. (It's not that it's much easier for men, I'm just speaking from my own experience...

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Sturtevant Falls Trail

Sturtevant Falls Trail

While we were only expecting a hike to a waterfall, my friends and I found so much more at Sturtevant Falls Trail. This hike has a parking lot, as well as a closer parking lot by a convenience store that you can pay to park at. On a busy day, it’s worth it to pay the...

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Franklin Canyon Trail

Franklin Canyon Trail

Franklin Canyon Trail is a nice, easy hike. (It's less of a hike and more of a walk actually). It's the perfect hike for a beginner or for someone looking for a nice stroll around a lake. While this trail is a 1.9 mile trek, it's almost all flat and is good for...

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Saint Tropez

Saint Tropez

Saint Tropez is a charming little fishing village located in the South of France- about two hours out from Cannes. It has the serene nature of a small town but a personality all its own. When we went to Saint Tropez, we met up with Vanessa from La Tarte Tropezienne,...

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Paradise Falls Hike

Paradise Falls Hike

If you are located in the Los Angeles area and are looking for a beautiful hike that figuratively transports you to another planet, look no further than Paradise Falls Hike. Located in Thousand Oaks, CA, this hike is 2.7 miles long, so it’s a little more difficult...

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The Old Zoo Trail at Griffith Park

The Old Zoo Trail at Griffith Park

I know it's a very popular trail and that many people already know about it, but isn't that a good thing? They must be onto something. The Old Zoo Trail is the perfect hike for those looking for a relatively easy hike in a more park-like environment. I like this hike...

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Leo Carrillo State Beach

Leo Carrillo State Beach

There is no shortage of beaches in California. There's basically a beach for every day and occasion. But, for me, Leo Carrillo State Beach easily takes the award for best beach around. Located up near Malibu, it's far more interesting than the flat beaches like Zuma...

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Understanding the German Train System

Understanding the German Train System

If you’re visiting Germany for an upcoming trip, you should know that it’s a country that is all about its train system. In fact, you are heavily discouraged from taking a taxi for any long-distance trip. Instead, a train will suffice as all major cities have many...

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Inspiration Point Trail

Inspiration Point Trail

I'm always on the search for the newest and best hiking trails. I find that I prefer the trails less traveled, however, when it comes down to it. That being said, I was unsure about Inspiration Point Trail at first because it is very “mainstream” out here in Los...

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The Cave of Munits

The Cave of Munits

I was inspired to make it out to the Cave of Munits after seeing a group of friends hike out that way. Let me say, this hike is VERY easy. It’s an extremely quick walk over to the cave from the parking location. The hardest part was finding the exact whereabouts of...

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A Day at Shanghai Disney Resort

A Day at Shanghai Disney Resort

Though it took me a 14-hour plane ride to make it to Shanghai from Los Angeles, somehow the flight seemed relatively easy and painless. There were plenty of meals, and perhaps the overnight aspect of it made the time fly by faster. Whatever it may be, getting to...

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Glen Ivy Natural Hot Springs

Glen Ivy Natural Hot Springs

Glen Ivy is the perfect serene getaway for someone who needs a day off from their busy life. Glen Ivy is a natural hot spring out in Corona, California that offers spa and salon services to guests, as well as just a generic day-spa getaway. You must book and pay extra...

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The Day My Friend Almost Died at Deep Creek

The Day My Friend Almost Died at Deep Creek

If you remember reading my previous post about Deep Creek, you'll recall me mentioning that this is a hike you really need to be prepared for. It's a long hike in the desert with an uphill slope on the way back- so save your water until the end. Well, when we went...

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Saint Paul de Vence

Saint Paul de Vence

Saint Paul de Vence has made the top of my list of places I've visited thus far in France. Nestled up in the French Alps sits this gorgeous getaway. It’s an old, medieval city made of stone that still stands within the city walls of its glorious past. This is...

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Solstice Canyon Loop

Solstice Canyon Loop

Solstice Canyon Loop is a 3.4 mile trail in the shape of a loop located near Malibu in California. As I began this hike, I chose the path starting on the left side of the trail. That part of the trail isn’t very steep or complicated to climb. It’s actually pretty...

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Grotto Trail

Grotto Trail

This Beautiful Trail Would Have Been so Much Better if We Weren't in a Drought Grotto trail is a 2.7 mile loop near Malibu, California. While Grotto trail really does have it all- flowing water, waterfalls, fields, mountains, and incredibly scenic views, make sure you...

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Remington Hot Springs

Remington Hot Springs

A Little Getaway in Sequoia National Forest The Remington Hot Springs exist in a quick path in the Sequoia National Forest just a few hours north of Los Angeles in Southern California. Don’t let their existence in the Sequoia Forest fool you, though. They are nowhere...

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Murphy’s Ranch Trail

Murphy’s Ranch Trail

Murphy's Ranch Trail is a 3.4 mile loop located in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles, CA. This hike is in a pretty central area, located just shortly off of where the 405 meets Sunset Blvd. Parking is simple, as the trail begins in a residential area....

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Deep Creek Hot Springs

Deep Creek Hot Springs

The hike to Deep Creek Hot Springs is a MUST for those who are itching for adventure. However, it is absolutely not for the faint of heart. Deep Creek Hot Springs is located about 2 hours away from Los Angeles. It is roughly a 5-mile hike in- and-out, however, the...

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Blarney Castle and Gardens

Blarney Castle and Gardens

Let’s talk about Blarney Castle. The full name of the property is “Blarney Castle and Gardens,” and with quite a good reason. The gardens of Blarney are, perhaps, more charming than the castle, itself. But more to that in a second. In my opinion, Blarney Castle is the...

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The Rock of Dunamase

The Rock of Dunamase

I was inspired to visit the Rock of Dunamase (an amazingly beautiful castle laid in ruins along the Irish countryside) while watching Leap Year with Amy Adams, as it is featured in that movie. I know, it’s slightly lame, but the structure just looked so beautiful on...

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The Rock of Cashel

The Rock of Cashel

The Rock of Cashel is an ancient castle found in the lower, middle land of Ireland in Tipperary. Damian and I had the honor of visiting there, and it seemed to transport us into an ancient, religious time. This large castle was once the seat of the King of Munster...

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St. Anne’s Park

St. Anne’s Park

St. Anne’s Park was the perfect way to start my adventure in Dublin. Despite the entrance being grand, it is almost as if it is hidden away, as there is no prominent sign. After ensuring that we were in the right place, we continued down the large main walkway that...

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Floating: A New Meditation Technique

Floating: A New Meditation Technique

While this isn't necessarily about travel, this is a health and wellness topic that is becoming popular everywhere. It is something being practiced around the world, and it is a unique experience that I felt inclined to write about. The other day, I visited Just Float...

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