I live less than an hour south of San Francisco, but in all honesty I don’t get to spend a lot of free time there. I’m always going up for work events and meetings, but it’s rare that I get to go up for a day of fun. When I do, it’s usually in the Summer and it’s spent on the quiet side of San Francisco, the beach side! Today I’ve partnered with & Other Stories. to share a little bit of my adventure there with my friend Elisabeth and a few of my favorites in that area.
Of all of the places we could go in the summer, you would think that somewhere warm and tropical would come to mind, right? That’s not usually the case here. Our summer travels have included places like Denmark, Iceland, and Alaska just to name a few. We usually travel from a place that is warm to somewhere that is at least 30 degrees cooler and sometimes that makes it hard to pack. Today I’m sharing some of my best travel light tips for warm to cold climate packing, starting first with what to wear for travel…
Working from home has it’s perks, but it also has it’s downsides. We run two businesses from our home and ever since we gave the boys their own rooms, one of my pain-points in our house has been our office space. Since I work from home, I need a dedicated space to keep myself focused and organized, and giving up my office was a hard thing to do. I finally feel like I have a handle on the space, and today I’ve partnered with World Market to share my best tips for a small office space.
Ever since our trip to Copenhagen and Malmö I’ve been dying to head to another place in Scandinavia, Stockholm! Since it has been the summer of California as far as my travels go, I thought I’d take today to share a sort of packing wishlist for the stylish city of Stockholm, Sweden. I’ve compiled a packing list for summer in Sweden with enough items for 10 different outfits that all fit into a carry-on suitcase. All of the items are on sale during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, so get them while they’re hot!