An Artistic Celebration of 50 Days in Quarantine

I’m sharing this post in honor of my 50th day of quarantine. Yes, we’ve all heard it a million times already–these are strange, historic, and difficult times. Although we’re all struggling on different levels, it’s always good to be thankful for who and what you have. I’m so grateful that my family is happy and…

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I blew all my SPG points at this hotel on a Greek Island, and it was worth it.

If you’re daydreaming about what vacation you’ll take once the quarantine is over, I found the perfect hotel for you. Mystique, in the impossibly beautiful neighborhood of Oia in Santorini, seems too good to be true. I assure you, it’s a real place and not the stuff of fairy tale. We booked our stay during…

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Explore an Ancient Seaport From Home During Quarantine

Oia in Santorini nowadays is known for its sunset views. However, this settlement in the northern hilltops dates back to the early 1200s. It served as one of the city’s major seaports for trading and travel. One of their major exports was wine, which remains the case to this day. In fact, they’ve been producing…

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A Digital Escape to a Beautiful Island on the Aegean Sea, Imerovigli in Santorini

During the quarantine, I’m doing my best to dig through my archives and work on fresh images. Last week, I took you on a virtual tour through Athens. In the next few posts, I’ll be showing you around Santorini. If you aren’t familiar with it, you’re in for some visual excitement! This little island is about…

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Tour Athens From Your Couch

Last year, I traveled to Greece. Last week, I finally found time to edit the pictures I took there. In light of the current pandemic, I thought I’d share old travel pictures with all of you. Helpfully these images will provide you a bit of virtual relief for your cabin fever. Around 15 years ago,…

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Stuck in Santa Monica? Support these local restaurants from home or pick up curbside.

Over the years, I’ve spent many weeks (months even) calling LA “home.” There are so many small businesses that could use our support right now. Below is a list of a few of my favorite spots in Santa Monica who offer online and pick up options. We all have to eat, why not eat well…

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A Sculptural Take on Interior Art in Los Angeles

How often have you heard that we all need art in our homes and workspace? Upon hearing, do you immediately assume that person is trying to sell you art? Well, take it from me (someone who has absolutely no authority on the matter–but who isn’t trying to sell you anything), being surrounded by art is…

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A Quick Travel Guide to Iceland

Over the past few weeks I’ve been walking you through my adventures in Iceland. I thought I’d compile all the information into a list that makes it easy to navigate. First, let me give you a few tips I wish I’d known before my travels. Tips on Visiting Iceland: Bring your own food and water…

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Forget the Blue Lagoon and Visit Reykjadalur Geothermal Springs in Iceland

Most people visiting Iceland think they have to go to The Blue Lagoon. Well, those people are wrong. Besides the long lines and instagram “influencers” (who will get on your last nerve), you’re basically in a manmade pool. If you’re looking for more a more natural experience, you’re going to have to hike for it.…

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4 waterfalls you should visit in Iceland

Iceland is a country of rainbows and waterfalls. Here’s a short list of 4 sites you should visit to witness in all their Icelandic glory.

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