Spent a good Sunday afternoon with Grandma as she taught me to water her garden. Hint: all you need for mint is shade and a leaky faucet. Pictured from left to right: vintage top, high waisted boyfriend jeans from Crisp, and Jasper & Jeera flats from Anthropologie. (Obvs not tech say with the weird picture … Continue reading Sunday Funday with Grams
Over a hundred degrees but trying to stay cool. Clothes featured: top left to bottom right; Mono B shirt, vintage hat, Jack Rogers sandals, and BDG high waisted pink pants.
This piece marks the beginning of a series of works/projects I'm doing inspired by my year in Japan. #1 "A Chess Match" an original piece I can’t stop thinking of you. The delicately intricate details of your constitution are like wires I’m crossing, experimenting to find a current. I want to figure you out, put … Continue reading The Weekly Dose
So my family is hispanic and I grew up surrounded by Mexican food. My great-grandparents are from the Northern Mexico area which has a very different type of cooking than the California-Mexico border area. Because of all the ranching they do in Northern Mexico and their proximity to desert areas, the typical dish contains tons of vegetables. I … Continue reading Vegan Tacos and Pineapple Salsa
Dear Diary, Last night I finally took the plunge and went out with some friends. It's been months since I went out and unfortunately all of my anxieties came out. When I first meet people I'm really shy. It takes a while for me to feel comfortable around them, to let them in. Because I care … Continue reading The Daily Dose
So with the intense heat, I've been craving something light but tasty. Now my go to summer spread for an easy sandwich is usually tuna salad, but without any tuna I had to get creative this time. Now my family is known for creating interesting tuna salad mixes. My mom usually adds apple, and pickle to … Continue reading Apple and Almond ‘Tuna’ Salad
The first thing non-vegans always ask me is, "what do you eat for breakfast if you don't eat eggs?" Well here's a recipe for vegans who miss waffles. I also recently bought a huge bag of frozen blueberries in order to make a Hawaii trip inspired aciai bowl. Then I remembered this recipie I tried from Post Punk … Continue reading Vegan Blueberry Banana Waffles