After seeing photos of Morning Glory online, I decided to visit during our time here in San Diego, CA. I didn’t do much digging other than, “Wow, the reviews are excellent, and it’s so pretty! Plus, it’s included in the Michelin Guide!” I’m easy to please. Despite us arriving right when they opened, I expected a shorter line. I anticipated photographing the space before the crowds converged, but I couldn’t have been more wrong! Still, we were lucky, got the last available seats at Morning Glory, and had an epic breakfast. Let’s dig in!
Japanese food has long been my very favorite type of cuisine. I love that it can range from strictly traditional to inventive fusion and everything in between. Plus, since I do not eat meat and cannot eat gluten, the fish and vegetable-heavy cuisine is a fantastic way to ensure I can eat more than most restaurants. Cloak & Petal, a restaurant in the Michelin Guide for San Diego, perfectly fits my criteria and exceeded my expectations.
My friends at Clara the Label (Victoria Dunn’s new sister brand!) sent me a few dresses to try on and share with you, along with a 25% off code just for you! If you want comfortable, well-made clothes that are sustainably made from organic cotton from a woman-owned company with ethical production standards, use code WELCOME25 for 25% off! Here’s the first dress I’ll share, the Cleo in Vineyard.
Slowly but surely, rattan furniture is taking over our home. From vintage peacock chairs and rattan footstools to rattan bookcases and a rattan day bed, our home is filled with beautiful, timeless rattan, and I’m so happy about this change! It’s so easy to pair with similar materials like hyacinth, seagrass, and bamboo, plus it brightens up any space with crisp white accents. Here are my favorites from the Serena & Lily Fresh Start Sale Event.
Disneyland in Anaheim, California is often called “The Happiest Place on Earth”, and for good reason! Every aspect of the park is carefully designed to be an incredible experience from the moment you set foot inside the park, until long after you leave. The staff, or cast members as they’re called, are exceptional and will do whatever it takes to help guests have a great time, and with endless dining, lodging, and experience options, there’s something for everyone at Disneyland!
Los Angeles is the perfect place to set up camp to explore California. It’s near dozens of other great cities, home to endless excitement and gourmet dining, unique shopping and cultural experiences, and so much more. Find out why more than 50 million people visit Los Angeles every year and what I recommend doing to make the most out of your time in the city.
Bottega Louie is a lovely French Patisserie with marble floors, an expansive menu, and a wide selection of European confections like macarons, pastries, and chocolates.
West Hollywood is one of the most fun parts of the Los Angeles area, if you love all things luxury. This luxury travel guide will show you all of the best places to stay, eat, and explore in West Hollywood, all while enjoying one of California’s most notable areas.
The beautiful city of Irvine, California is just an hour from downtown Los Angeles, and next to some of the most beautiful beaches and mountains in all of California, which makes it the perfect place for lovers of the outdoors, shopping, and beaches to visit during their time in California!
The Broad Museum in Los Angeles has one of the most beauytiful collections of contemporary art in the world, and features artists like Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jeff Koons, Yayoi Kusama, and many others that shouldn’t be missed in LA!
The Getty, LACMA, Museum of Jurassic Technology, The Broad, and Griffith Observatory are 5 of the best museums in Los Angeles, and shouldn’t be missed by any self-respecting art and culture fanatic – here’s why!