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Weekend recap

Linds and I have recently starting Airbnb-ing out our apartment, leaving us with no place to stay and some extra cash in our pockets. Since this was our first rodeo, we didn’t plan ahead much and with a few days remaining until our apartment was occupied by Airbnb guests, we decided to roadtrip it down to LA. 556 more words

Los Angeles

No Bad Days

It’s 8:15am when we descend upon the leisurely 1 mile trail from the Cristianitos Road exit off the 5 in San Clemente down to Trestles, the last of Southern California beaches to maintain it’s sense of escape. 364 more words


Adventure to Salton Sea and Beyond

Last week was the first week since moving to California that I was not alone. Yippee! As much as I love being alone and loner life, it does sometimes get to a guy down when all you want to do is share. 1,485 more words


Passing Through: Brunch in Santa Barbara

If you’ve been following the blog for a bit, you will know that I enjoy a good brunch, and that’s just me being modest. One could say that I live for leisurely weekends and brunch was invented for just that. 268 more words



Little Tokyo is a small gold mine of good japanese food. And Oomasa’s got some nigiri that makes you go OOOO. The chefs (who also happen to be Japanese, very good sign) look like they’ve got decades of experience under their belt and I was very, very impressed with the quality of the fish. 610 more words


Anaheim Packing District

440 S Anaheim Blvd
Anaheim, CA 92805

I want to specifically speak on this dessert station called Popbar, since it is actually what drove me to check out APD in the first place. 771 more words

JC Project SoCal

SoCal Sweden

Salsa and lingonberries, same thing, right? Elin Kling’s new line, Totême – recently released in the U.S. – was  described in the WSJ. article where I first saw the line as “European preppy.” If what they meant was precise but unfussy tailoring, blacks and tans, classic pieces, easybreezy, then maybe. 268 more words