Wanderlusting 2018

If 2017 was the year of the tropical vacation, what does that mean for 2018? I'm wanderlusting hard right now, probably because it's seems like winter in The City won't end. But, I'm indecisive and need some help. 

Exploring Chinatown Like a Local

Chinatown is a confluence of old San Francisco and new. While the neighborhood is one of the most well-known in San Francisco, it's not necessarily the easiest to write about. I live on the edge between Chinatown and Nob Hill and walk through Chinatown on my way to and from work every single day, and I still have trouble with how to tell its story. 

How To Clean Out Your Grandma's House

I'm sorry I've been MIA. This is the longest I've gone without posting, and it feels like forever. I have a good reason--promise. I've been busy and stressed and feeling less than inspired. I promise we'll be back to our regularly scheduled San Francisco programming shortly, but first a little update on me.

Colorful Doorways

I'm always looking for the inspiration that exists in the world around me. Normally I'm pretty good about noticing and enjoying it, but something about the grey, cold days in January make it really difficult for me. Lately, I've been drawn to doors and doorways. 

What to Do When SF is Grey?

It's January. Winter, even if it is California winter, is here, and SF is cold, grey and foggy. While I'd much rather have some sunshine and a comfy place outside to bask, these grey dreary days present their own bit of wonder. The mood is calm, the streets are more empty than usual, and Netflix and chill is completely appropriate.