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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Pizza Crawlin’ in Los Angeles

ALL HAIL THE PIZZA. Pizza has been such a staple in the American culture that sometimes we forget that it originated from Italy. Since America is a melting pot of different cuisines, it is inevitable that people put their own spin on classic foods. With creativity comes inventions of food that becomes a city’s iconic […]

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Modesto, the Modest City of California

Modesto, or “Modest” in Spanish, is a small city in California that is often driven by to head north to Yosemite or south to Los Angeles. It is not usually a destination for many travelers for its size and lack of attractions. Not much goes on in Modesto and the town reflects that, residences would […]

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Bang: Potent Brain and Body Fuel

There is a new energy drink craze that targets frequent gym goers with the advertisement of “Super Creatine”, “Ultra COQ10”, and BCAA Aminos. What does all of this mean? I am not quite sure, but Creatine aids your muscle cells to produce higher amounts of energy when performing high-intensity physical activities.  From the limited research […]

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Road Trip Series: Indianapolis, Indiana

Indianapolis, Indiana the second stop on my 2018 Road Trip Series of my “Road to 50” bucket list item. I was on the road for about 2 hours from Louisville, Kentucky before I arrived and checked into my hotel for 2 nights at The Westin. I haven’t put much thought into Indianapolis or about the […]

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The Best Hiking Trails of Sedona, Arizona

Arizona is the hotter, more humid neighbor of California. With it being the next state over the drive should only take about 6 hours. Besides the excruciating hot temperature, Arizona is well known for the Grand Canyon. But Arizona has so much more to offer, one of which is Sedona, only an hour’s drive from […]

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