San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury Neighborhood

Jordan and I spent 2.5 weeks in April and May of 2016 driving the coast of California. If you’d like to start at the beginning click here. After exploring Fisherman’s Wharf and The Palace of Fine Arts, Jordan and I spent a few hours in the Haight Ashbury neighborhood. We ate lunch at a local cafe, browsed … Continue reading “San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury Neighborhood”

Weekend Links / / Pre-Thanksgiving

^ A sneak peek of Monday’s post! Talking about how tired you are is almost as annoying as complaining about the weather but guys, I am so tired! Jordan and I plan on waltzing in to our parent’s house next week, plopping Phoenix in someone’s lap, and taking a long nap. Despite iffy sleep, Phoenix … Continue reading “Weekend Links / / Pre-Thanksgiving”

Palace of Fine Arts

Jordan and I spent 2.5 weeks in April and May of 2016 driving the coast of California. If you’d like to start at the beginning click here. It is strange to write these California posts and see my pregnant belly now that Phoenix is 16 weeks old! I look at pictures and then look over at my … Continue reading “Palace of Fine Arts”

Weekend Links / / We’re Homeowners!

It’s been a crazy week! For those that might have missed my announcement on Wednesday, Jordan and I bought a house in Nashville. I am so grateful we aren’t squished in our (less than) 700 sq. ft. apartment anymore but moving with a newborn is no joke. Jordan’s mom is here this weekend helping me … Continue reading “Weekend Links / / We’re Homeowners!”

Taking San Francisco by Bus

Jordan and I spent 2.5 weeks in April and May of 2016 driving the coast of California. If you’d like to start at the beginning click here. After our first full day exploring San Francisco, Jordan and I realized my energy level was tapering off. Hello third trimester! We still had a lot of ground to cover, but … Continue reading “Taking San Francisco by Bus”

Reading Challenge | Book Five

This post contains affiliate links.  You can see my full disclosure here. “You’re ready to marry someone, I figure, if you’re willing to go into debt with him.” It’s time to discuss the fifth book in my reading challenge! I chose Molly Wizenberg’s first memoir, A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes from My Kitchen Table for the book I’ve been … Continue reading “Reading Challenge | Book Five”

The Mill in San Francisco

Jordan and I spent 2.5 weeks in April and May of 2016 driving the coast of California. If you’d like to start at the beginning click here. After our time admiring the Painted Ladies, Jordan and I needed a coffee (i.e. bathroom) break. After performing a quick Google search, I found plenty of coffee shops the next block … Continue reading “The Mill in San Francisco”

A Full House in San Francisco

Jordan and I spent 2.5 weeks in April and May of 2016 driving the coast of California. If you’d like to start at the beginning click here. Oh, San Francisco. I’m not completely sure what to think about you. On one hand, you are breathtakingly beautiful. From oceans to mountains to old Victorian homes, it al … Continue reading “A Full House in San Francisco”

Third Trimester Musings

Despite the discomfort that comes with growing a human, I really enjoyed being pregnant. Some seasons were easier than others but attempting to live moment to moment helped me move through the more challenging symptoms. The third trimester of pregnancy begins on week 28 and lasts until your baby arrives! I entered my third trimester while … Continue reading “Third Trimester Musings”

A Golden Visit to Chinatown

After spending a week in Southern California and two days driving the Pacific Coast Highway, Jordan and I rolled into the bay area. We would be spending the weekend with friends who recently moved to this part of California. Saturday we slept-in and ate donuts from a local shop before venturing to downtown San Jose for … Continue reading “A Golden Visit to Chinatown”