Ok. I am going to start by saying that I have never experienced the SF dating scene myself. I have been in a relationship since I moved out here three years ago. That being said, I have watched many a friend go through the trials and tribulations of dating in this crazy city and, based … More Millenial Love: The 7 Types of Men You Will Date in San Francisco
A few weeks ago, my girlfriend Alice and her friends went on a yoga retreat. For weeks after her return, our conversations were saturated with words like rejuvenation and soul-friends. I asked her what exactly went on at a yoga retreat to make everyone(girls) get so damn excited about it. … More 1st Annual Bro-Ga Retreat: Part 1
A week and a half ago, after many years of excuses and deliberations, we got a puppy. We had our eye on a different dog, a Schnauzer mix, but he was adopted before we could make it out to see him. The rescue said that we should still come by because they had one particular … More And Puppy Makes Three
To my surprise, I am pushing a tee into the grass preparing to hit my first drive of the day. How the hell did I get here? I have certainly never identified myself as a golfer… perhaps these are the types of things you do when you love someone. In my case it’s three people, … More About Golf.
The holiday season always brings out the best and the worst of everybody. Emotions are high, blood alcohol counts are high, everybody feels a little fat and, in many parts of the world, it’s fucking cold. I am sitting at the airport in Denver on one of the busiest travel days of the year watching … More Things You Did as a Kid That You Can’t Do as an Adult
Hello Dear Readers! I apologize for falling off the face of the internet for a few weeks! I have been fortunate enough to be a part of an amazing cause called the Girl Effect Accelerator and wish to invite any of you residing in the Bay Area to come and witness the splendor that is … More Girl Effect Accelerator Culminating Event in San Francisco!
I have been a writer my whole life but didn’t really figure it out until I was seventeen and didn’t admit to it until, well, now. It was something I loved to do and I couldn’t really fathom having it be my career (and sometimes I still can’t). My first published piece was a poem … More I’m a writer?