How to Travel Like a Yogi

Travel has the potential to open you up as a person if you let it. Next time you go on vacation, consider a better way to do it. It’s easy to travel like a yogi ☮️✌️🕊️

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Roadtrippin’ Up The Central California Coast

My birthday was a couple weeks ago, and I gotta admit, I used it as an excuse to slip on my writing and my blogging. It’s not my fault! There’s something about birthdays that just makes you wanna say, FUCK EVERYTHING! I’ve been feeling overwhelmed with a bunch of shit, so taking a couple of days to just do me felt fucking great. The hubz and I packed up our dogs and road-tripped up the Central California coast and it was boooomb!

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Visiting Rosie’s Dog Beach, Long Beach, CA

Buddy recently got to go to the beach, and it was so much fun for him! We took him to Rosie’s Dog Beach, which is located in the heart of Long Beach. I actually had never heard of this place. For the longest, I thought that the only dog beaches in the area were the ones in Malibu and Huntington Beach, so I was pleasantly surprised to find one in Long Beach. Overall, it was a really great, hassle-free, experience. Here are some things you should know if you’re interested in checking it out.

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Ballona Creek: Westside Los Angeles’ Best Kept Secret

Ballona Creek. Quite frankly, it’s not that much of a mystery to us Westsiders. Especially those of us living in Venice, Marina Del Rey, Playa Del Rey, Culver City and Mar Vista. I mean, it’s a giant 9-mile waterway that runs all the way to the beach – it’s pretty hard to miss! More than…

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The Historic Warner Theatre in Huntington Park

Sometimes I like to lose myself down an internet rabbit hole because that’s where you discover the most interesting things. It’s also the best place to be if you’re feeling nostalgic. Back in my day, people and places were lost to time, you just REMEMBERED them, but now you can do something about it. You…

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South Gate Drive-In Theater

(Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection) Here’s a fun article from LAist: Thirteen Things Gen X-ers and Millennials Would Have Dug In L.A. Back In The Day The South Gate theater closed down in the 80’s before I was ever able to attend, but it’s crazy to think that this was even there.…

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