Happy FRIDAY!!! It’s been a busy week and with work deadlines and watching the San Francisco Giants win the World Series, well…let’s just say I haven’t been getting enough sleep, not enough water and haven’t been eating the most healthy.
Luckily, I always know who to count on when I need a “reset.” My body and my tastebuds are thrilled because as of this week, Project Juice has come out with several new products that are not only delicious, but creative (I mean…have you seen those portable wellness shots?!)
Of the new products, i’m obsessing over the wellness shots. Ranging in a variety of flavors such as Liver Flush, E3 Energy, Tummy Tonic & Turmeric Tonic, these wellness shots are so easy to swig on the go and damn delicious. Since i’ve been feeling a little sick, the Flu Shot has me on the mend quickly!
Along with the wellness shots, Project Juice has introduced an Almond Cacao Protein Shake and Green Alkalizing Soup. The shake is perfect for breakfast after a hard workout and the soup makes for a great lunch (so filling!)
For a good reset, head over to one of their several SF locations and pick up one of their new products!
Happy Thursday! I’ve been on the lookout for an effortless duster coat and this baby is it. Needless to say, i’ll definitely be treatin’ myself this weekend. I mean…those Nike sneaks. In love.
Happy Wednesday! So, I have lived in San Francisco for over three years now. I love this city so much and am so thankful for the people and experiences i’ve had thus far. I am constantly reminded how inspiring San Francisco is from the architecture, the landscape, the innovation, and the people.
Last Sunday, I had the opportunity to attend an amazing fundraising event by an organization in the Bay Area that truly stands for everything this city is about. Bay Leaf Kitchen is a phenomenal organization is the brainchild of Elianna Friedman, Amy Nghe and Rachel Kiichli. Seeing an absence in children’s education around food, cooking and sustainability, Elianna and Amy founded Bay Leaf Kitchen to combat that very problem.
The organization’s mission is to teach children and families how to create, cook and share sustainable, healthy food and to foster a connection between our community and our farmers. What’s even better is that Bay Leaf Kitchen offers hands-on cooking camps and classes for Bay Area kids that highlight seasonal, local and sustainable ingredients.
The icing on the cake (no pun intended) is that these children truly learn how to cook, grow and eat real food to bring home with them. An invaluable experience and education that lasts these children a lifetime.
For more information about Bay Leaf Kitchen and their cause, check out their website and get involved!
Dress: Olive + Oak via LE TOTE | Jacket: Gap via Crossroads Trading | Shoes: Gap
Happy Tuesday! Hope all is going well and you are having an amazing start to your week! I’ve been finding myself really obsessed with black and white outfits lately. Maybe it’s the easy of wearing one color, but it definitely seems to take less time and effort.
Yet, an all black outfit doesn’t quite fit my personality (I mean, have you seen how many exclamations I use??) so I was waiting for a piece to make me want to believe in color again. Luckily, when this dress arrived from LE TOTE I was thrilled. A little boho, a little modern and i’m a sucker for a good paisley.
So breezy and paired perfectly with my favorite lipstick.
Photos via Scott Wisner
Happy Monday! This weekend was full of food and exploration. By the way, did you see my new bike? She’s a beaut and I swear, getting anywhere in San Francisco is ten times easier by bicycle.
Friday had a roomie reunion and found ourselves singing karaoke at Martuni’s chanting “Danke Shoen” and then woke up early Saturday to hang out with Kelley and brunch hard at Starbelly. Celebrated another Giants win in style at Southern Pacific to round out the Saturday.
Sunday was spent brunching at Outerlands, blogging and then celebrating Bay Leaf Kitchen at their first annual fundraising event. I highly suggest you check them out and donate to such a good cause!
Equipment shirts top / Uniqlo coat / Topshop light wash distressed boyfriend jeans / Monsoon genuine leather boots / Pre-Owned Celine Canvas Mini Luggage / House of Harlow 1960 pave crystal jewelry
Happy Friday! There’s something about a trench coat that i’ve always been drawn to. Something about the simplicity, the color, the shape…it’s just too good. Any plans for the weekend?
I’ll be on the search for this Uniqlo coat!
It’s been a busy one this week, but a reminder that life is good. And with that, a list to remind me on all the amazing things I have in my life.
- Celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month with new friends
- Seeing Andre 3000 randomly on the street
- Old friends starting new adventures!
- The San Francisco Giants in the World Series (!!!!)
- Going to the grocery store with no agenda
- The first glass of wine after a long day
- Laughing like a goon (above!) and feeling so happy about it
- Quiet weekends spent cleaning, sorting and organizing
- An influx of Ohio visitors to the Bay Area
- Snagging awesome Zara booties from Crossroads Trading
- Finding my new favorite Greek restaurant in Hayes Valley!
Photography via Scott Wisner