Ok, it’s been a while since my last blog post, but when you’re managing everyone else’s social profiles all hours of the day, 7 days a week, it’s hard to want to buck up and do your own sometimes. BUT, so many people have requested this blog post, that I thought I’d sit down and Read More
A More Personal Note
My life should be a movie, because really, sometimes I have a hard time believing it’s not a well-timed, perfectly constructed Romantic Dramedy. Opening scene: Las Vegas, Nevada where 6 lb 4 oz Mia is born. Fade out to Mia’s mom packing for California shortly thereafter, realizing Las Vegas is not the ideal place to Read More
Yeah, OK, so that was kind of corny. In any case, I decided that I had to take a quick break from the madness that has been my life to post an entry. Things have been really great lately, business is keeping me busy (hence the title) and the close of the semester has been Read More
I have found that there are few things in life that can have a very profound affect on one’s life and values. For me, one of those things happens to have been a house fire in which everything my family owned was destroyed. It’s been 3 years since I learned some very valuable lessons about Read More
It’s getting to be that time of year again, the time I usually start setting things into motion- a habit learned from…
Being that theft and homelessness is an overwhelming issue in the Venice and Santa Monica area, it’s smart for Whole Foods to invest in this kind of shopping cart theft deterrent. By Mia Taylor
Once the guy finally figured out that all I wanted was my package, He told me that I should call back tomorrow at 8 AM… as if I have nothing better to do than track down my own mail. So frustrating. My package was coming from less than 2 hours away!
The signs were all there…literally. At 1:45 I headed out to meet a friend at the beach “See you in ten, then” I said. Little did I know the road ahead was full of road blocks- both metaphorically and literally. Calabasas has me trapped. As I drove through Malibu Creek State Park, where the 40 Read More
It’s been a couple years since my Bicoastal lifestyle so I wracked my brain for all the things I loved and despised about having a home base on either side of the continent
We made our way back to visit Cuco and Pilar at Rancho Pilar where we witnessed a lot of growth in the area. A family of Canadians has begun constructing a huge house at the top of the hill overlooking the beach where Wil and I camp. It’s sad to see the land develop, it was kind of nice having a remote camping spot with friendly neighbors. Wil took some great photos while we were in Mexico, I’m hoping he’ll post the headshot of Pilar.