All in all I wouldn’t say it was my finest moment.
Today I discovered the works of French photographer Vincent Bourilhon, whose delightfully surreal photos fill me with both wanderlust and a wistful longing for his delightful world.
Hello, and welcome to my home! If you’re going to be visiting Southern California, you’ll probably want to take a little something home to remember your time here by. Sure, you could head into your nearest tourist shop and buy a shirt that says “Los Angeles” or “San Diego” on it, pick up a few postcards, and leave on your merry little way. Nothing wrong with that, and I’ve certainly done the same sorts of things when traveling to other places. That being said, if you’re looking for something a little more unique to the area, you might want to consider picking up one of these items.
Lately I’ve been writing some blog tips that I hope you’ve all been finding useful. Today I’m going to talk about getting professional graphic design services in order to enhance your blog. I’m a professional graphic designer and in the course of my career, I’ve seen and heard some of the same questions and misconceptions from clients time and time again. I’m hoping this informative post will help any of you out who have been wanting to get some professional design done for your blogs.
Welcome back to another blog advice with Heather session. I’ve been writing posts on blog tips lately because I’ve been getting questions from people looking for advice and instead of answering all those questions individually, I like to just write up a post so more people with the same questions can benefit. Today we’re going to talk about storage space on your blog.
There is a somewhat brutal tradition in Canada’s Vancouver, B.C., and that challenge is called the Grouse Grind. If you’re wondering what the heck I’m talking about, the Grouse Grind is a brutal ascent up Grouse Mountain on foot.
I’m calling this post “part 2” because you may recall a while back when I wrote a post on Getting By Using Public Transit in San Diego. In that post, I detailed the different public transit options in and around San Diego County to help you, the visitor to my fine city, find your way around.
You all know me as that person who is always writing about her amazing trips and adventures, but in addition to being a travel writer, I’m also a graphic designer. After all, I have to pay the bills somehow! In my professional career, I’ve learned a lot about visual communication and I’ve noticed that I often get questions about these things from people who aren’t in the profession. Today I’m going to talk about photography usage, because it’s something I think a lot of bloggers out there could benefit from learning about.
Ok. I’ve been meaning to write a post about this place for a while. You see, when I found out I have celiac and can’t eat gluten, this food lover went into a deep state of depression as I lamented all of the wonderful things I would never be able to eat again. There’s something about being told you have a medical reason not to eat certain foods that just makes you want them so badly. One such result of this spike in trendiness is my first experience eating a doughnut in years. And oh, it was delightful. I think a tear came to my eye and I requested a moment of silence so that just the doughnut and I could share this special moment together.
That place, my friends, is Sidecar Doughnuts in Costa Mesa, California.
When I discover a truly awesome restaurant, I want to share it with all of you so that you, too can discover the delicious joy and happiness that is dining there. My home of San Diego is , thankfully, home to a plethora of amazing restaurants for all tastes and budgets. Today, however, I would like to focus on a little gem in the Little Italy neighborhood called Underbelly.