I love deals, who doesn't? Most of the time, I book my accommodations at Airbnbs and Hostels to minimize my spending since I'm usually out and about. But once in awhile, I do like to splurge on a hotel, especially if it's for a shorter amount of time, within the US and/or when traveling with [...]
As some of you may (or may not) know, I have a thing for Goats. Have you heard of Skin Care Products made of Organic Goat Milk? 🐐 Goat Milk Lotion I'm always on the hunt for organic, natural products for daily use and around my household. Products with more than 20 ingredients, especially with [...]
"Let Food Be Thy Medicine and Medicine by Thy Food" -Hippocrates Letting food be thy medicine is the mantra Dr. Andrew Weil, the co-founder of True Food Kitchen lives by. After all, isn't food meant to give us energy and nutrition? Many western doctors are quick to prescribe drugs to patients instead of suggesting healthy living [...]
Photos Courtesy of E!GHT KOREAN BBQ It's no secret that Los Angeles boasts the biggest and best Koreatown in the United States. Not only is there a rich Korean-American history to this area, but the Korean food there is as close to the authenticity you would find in Korea. Foodies and locals flock [...]
Women's Voice Now is hosting their first community event of 2018: - The Human Flow by Ai WeiWei - The Human Flow: Artist Ai Weiwei’s exposé of the International Refugee Crisis Where: Brasil Brasil Cultural Center, 12453 Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066 When: Saturday, February 24, 2018 Doors open at 5:00pm, seating is limited. This is [...]
One of Marina Del Rey's most popular restaurants, Killer Shrimp, serves a Spicy Seafood Broth and Cucumber Lime Mint Gin Martini that is simply perfecto after a Paddle-board Session! Recently, I've found myself spending more time in this cozy, friendly area which contains chiller vibes and less of a crowd (than neighboring Santa Monica). The [...]
My article "Changing Faces: How Immigration and Food Forever Changed the San Gabriel Valley", a proof that Immigrants Make America Great. Published in ARE Magazine, Summer Edition 2017, read it here.
My Travel article on Catalina Island: Island of Romance as published in ARE Magazine, Summer Edition 2017, read it here.
Nearly 800 million people are still illiterate TODAY. That’s 1/9 people who cannot read or write, with 2/3 being women and children. While some may not think that helping ‘them’ will affect us here in the US, it certainly does. When you have nearly 1 million people not being able to work because they are handicapped by illiteracy, that affects [...]
World of Children was founded in 1998 by Harry Leibowitz and Kay Isaacson-Leibowitz, retired senior executives from Procter & Gamble and Victoria’s Secret respectively. Their non-profit organization that has granted more than $9 million in cash grants and programs. More than 100 Honorees have been supported since which is the driving force behind selfless programs that [...]