All in City Living
San Francisco hasn't been able to make up its mind. It's been rainy and cold, warm and rainy, cool and sunny, and breezy. Sometimes all in one day. The days are finally beginning to be noticeably longer, and we've gotten our first tiny taste of spring. There's something in the air, and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it's spring!
I've become a Pop-aholic. As someone who never really worked out as an adult, it still seems strange to me how much I enjoy, and look forward to, going to barre. I've been poppin' for six months, and I'm a convert. I'm obsessed. I go about 3x per week, but had to work up to going that often.
Happy 2017! I try to set intentions and follow through on goals throughout the year, but I've been doing great on some intentions/goals from 2016 and wanted to share some fresh new ones for 2017. Cheers to good coffee, getting more bendy, and traveling more!
One of the few things I constantly want to change about our SF flat is the lack of a dining room, or space to put a traditional table. We're lucky enough to have a great outdoor patio space, large kitchen with island, in-unit laundry and a great living room--but no table. No place to sit in a regular chair and host a dinner party. Or wine party. Or whatever. This year, I wanted to embrace our lack of a table and host a friendsgiving without one.
I walk through Chinatown twice a day on my way to work. It's crowded, and loud and can be really dirty. But, it's also one of the most colorful, mysterious and oldest neighborhoods in SF.
Summer is here! And, nothing goes better with a leisurly afternoon in the sun than some al fresco rosé. The roof, the park, the beach--pretty much anywhere you can grab some sunshine and fresh air is perfect. I'm not sure what it is, but rosé has been huge this year!