Minimalism at the Clift Hotel

Clift hotel in San Francisco, California

This post is sponsored by Clift.

I’ve always known of the Clift hotel in San Francisco but since I live so close to the city I rarely have the opportunity to stay the night. Last month I attended a conference in San Francisco with some friends and decided to make it the night that I’d stay at Clift. It’s just down the road from Union Square which is where some of my favorite spots are, so the location is ideal for me.

Read More

The Color Factory in San Francsco

The Color Factory, a pop-up museum in San Francisco, California

Awhile back my friend Jordan over at Oh Happy Day announced a new venture, a pop-up color museum called The Color Factory. Although color isn’t historically my thing, I really appreciate a well-curated design-minded collection so I took my little ones to check it out. They had a blast exploring all of the rooms and it made for some really nice photographs.

Read More

The Quiet Side of San Francisco

The Quiet Side of San Francisco, a guide to San Francisco's Outer Sunset, Outer Richmond, and Land's End neighborhoods.

This post is sponsored by & Other Stories.

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.

Read More

Tips for Visiting a Theme Park

6 Tips for How to Survive a Theme Park

This post is sponsored by Kia Motors.

I’ve been to a few theme parks in my day, and one thing I know is they are a lot like travel. You might lose a hairband, you might get sick, and you’ll probably be hungry. Today I’ve partnered with Kia Motors and Six Flags to share my best tips for how to survive a theme park, from planning ahead, to packing, to finding ways to make the park seem less crowded.

Read More