The little enclave nestled between Long Beach and Hermosa Beach is sometimes overlooked by those living in LA. Right under our noses is a time worn city that just keeps persevering while no one is looking. Small yet rich in history this city deserves a little more time in the spotlight. Let's take a look … Continue reading Weekender: San Pedro- Scenic (and Historic) Places to Visit Part 1
With the Fall and Winter ahead of us, it is important to stay healthy and be informed of all the ways we can stay healthy. What best place to start than with what we put in our bodies daily. Below are a few fruits and vegetables that are in season and that can be purchased … Continue reading Fall Foods (and their benefits) Part 1
Since coming to the world’s attention in 1959, the site has become the focus of cultural and aesthetic movements addressing issues of social and economic changes. Who: Sabato "Simon" Roda was the "architect" for the towers. The term is used loosely as Simon was not a studied architect. Sr. Roda was an Italian-American immigrant who … Continue reading Historical LA Monument: Watts Tower
Eating fresh is always in season and with these local farmer's markets you won't miss out on all of the fresh goodness. We've rounded up some local spots where you can get your fix of fresh produce! Let's take a look at some farmer's markets where you can get more bang for your buck … Continue reading 5 Amaze Farmer’s Markets in LA (and how to get there)
I am currently on a summer to fall cleanse and can I just say that I feel incredible. I have done a cleanse before but they have been at random times and this is the first time I am doing a cleanse in a seasonal transition. What inspired me was that I've recently been hearing … Continue reading 2- Day Transition to Fall Cleanse
With the sun setting on the summer solstice, we look forward to the fall weather. With the winter weather comes the fall leaves and the further along the winter breeze. But don't fret let's first enjoy the fall weather and let's go on a hike to one of these scenic destinations. Runyon Canyon The most … Continue reading 5 Hikes to do this Fall Season in L.A.
This tricky time of the season where summer transitions to fall is upon us. Where “back-to-school” mania and the hot summer sun join together to kick our pretty little behinds. This combo is not fun and can lead to lots of stress. Going from chillin’ on vacay then right back to the grind of the … Continue reading 7 ways to Stay Healthy this Transition to Fall