Orange County Study Spots

Looking for a place to study or get some work done in Orange County? Here are a few places to do just that!

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Tips for Coachella Music Festival

Coachella is just around the corner… actually it’s HERE for all you Weekend 1 festival goers! Here are just a few tips and reminders to make your experience a more pleasant one: 1. Stay hydrated! Water is essential for life. Make sure you drink lots of it because the sun and the dancing can take […]

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Wolf Mountain Sanctuary

Channel your inner Taylor Lautner, wait is he even relevant anymore? Whether you’re Team Jacob or Team Edward, there’s a Wolf Sanctuary in Lucerne Valley, California, east of San Bernardino.   Perfect for an offbeat day trip in Southern California! How to Get There: By car. It is a little difficult to get to since […]

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6 Things You Must Do When Visiting Orange County, California

Orange County is the chillaxed surfer brother of the busy and overcrowded Los Angeles. Often times, Orange County is mistaken to be Los Angeles due to Los Angeles’s popularity. Although the O.C. is just south of L.A., the vibes, people, traffic, and parking situations are in their own world. Here are 6 things you must […]

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Beautiful Open Plains of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

Calling all weekend warriors! At a quick glance, Anza-Borrego Desert Park may look like just a desert and open terrain, which it is, but like any place, you can find beauty in a hopeless place. I am always looking for a nearby adventure to get away from the hustle and bustle of work-life, away from […]

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Lunch Spots near John Wayne Airport (SNA)

On a typical 9 to 5 corporate job, the average worker is faced with a tough decision every day. And no, it’s not whether or not you should call out of work that morning. Rather, what you should eat during your favorite time of the workday, lunch. Lunch is the most exciting time of the […]

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Bubbling Up the Tea While in the O.C.

Bubble tea, boba, tapioca, and pearl milk tea, whichever name you may call it, refers to the tiny black chewy balls of starch at the bottom of tea-based drinks. Originating in Taiwan, boba has become widespread, internationally accepted, and made its way to become one of my addictions. Although Orange County does not have as […]

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