We are getting so excited for Spring Break! We look forward to the tropical destination as much as unwinding and spending quality time with our boys. I am so excited to make memories we will cherish forever. As I start to pack our bags for our upcoming vacation, I wanted to share my vacation must-haves with you!
We love spending the day on the beach*! Our days are filled with swimming, playing cards, collecting sea shells, listening to music and picnicking, all while listening to the waves crash against the shore. Is there anything better?
After a day on the beach, we enjoy biking or walking to town. Discovering local shops, restaurants and new people is always a highlight of the trip. With 6 boys, I don't have a lot of time to get ready, so I pack more casual-chic items that are comfortable and have a vacation vibe to them!
Vacation is also a time for us to stay active while having a ton of fun. From surfing to skateboarding, Frisbee to volleyball and everything in between - games and activities make up a large portion of our days. We never leave for vacation without our activities suitcase!
June is here and I am excited to celebrate my love, my life, everyone in the LGBTQ community and the milestones of change we celebrate during Pride Month. Over the years, I have seen the people in my life and across the globe become more inclusive and tolerant. No matter who you love, how you look or what you believe - we should all be able to live in a world full of love and without judgement or shame.
Spring is here all across the country and that means Farmers Markets will be popping up in everyone’s city and town. I am fortunate to live in California where farmers markets are accessible year-round but I never take for granted our access to fresh, a variety of in-season and local produce. Not only does it taste better when cooking and eating, it also has the fullest nutritional value. Did you also know you’re contributing to your local economy when you purchase from your local farmers markets? Farmers Markets return more than three times as much of their sales to the local economy compared to chain stores.