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Been blowing up my IG with photos of Costa Rica times so I thought I’d do something a little different recapping our trip on here.

While we explored Jaco, I mostly lived in a swimsuit and coverup but did get dressed up once and got showered up a few times. See below for my favorite pieces I had on the trip and all the way at the bottom is the quickest recap I’ve ever done~!



 DRESS / MULES (in black, brown is sold out)

DRESS / BAG (in lighter color, saddle sold out)

SUIT / (in black, green is sold out)

Couldn’t track this down to link but, I’m eyeing this ROMPER and THIS ONE in both red and mustard-gimme all the romps!


Quickest trip recap I’ve ever done….and go….

We spent 6 days in Jaco, Costa Rica with Dustin’s family-there were 11 of us total! It was a super packed out week with a detailed itinerary keeping all of us on track for the activities we signed up for ahead of time. Organized by his awesome mom who made sure everyone had plans they could afford and were going to enjoy mixed with family activities (ie future Christmas card photos) and overall a trip of a lifetime.

On the way to our villa we saw dozen’s of crocidiles from a bridge-super spooky! That same day Dustin surfed-not near the crocs! He totally crushed it. I knew he would with his snowboarding skills.  The following day was Easter Sunday church followed by a sunset cruise.  Monday the guys and I went deep sea fishing- but sadly didn’t catch a dang thing! Next was zip lining through the jungle (I totally went upside down because they told me everyone did it before me, false! whatever-YOLO!), riding ATVs to a waterfall with his folks, cruising out to Tortuga Island where we snorkeled, hiked around and road a banana float that slung us off and visiting a monkey preserve and private beach. Aren’t you a little bit tired just reading that!? For the most part we cooked and ate in but one night got out for a fancy meal to celebrate a few of our birthdays.  We woke up early and went to bed early. The wildlife was WILD. We had two huge red parrots living outside our room, the ground was littered with crabs, frogs, iguanas-you name it! We saw sloths, fed monkeys, harassed crabs and the last night was frightened to see a 6f’ croc on the beach near our house! The vegetation was also out of this world. I could go on for days about the plants like the giant monsteras and species of palms I could never have imagined.  We only got a small taste of the Costa Rica and are set to go back and explore the Caribbean side.

Check out my Insta stories for more to all the above ~



This lady right here can not get enough of all things one-piece!

Jumpers, overalls, rompers, two piece sets- gimme gimme!

Was on the search for the perfect vintage pair when I found these Levi’s on Etsy.  After some alterations, dream compete! Continue Reading


Recently had the chance to try out 2ULaundry, a next day service for wash & fold and dry cleaning. The idea behind the company is simple: time is delicate-why spend it doing laundry?

They handle all the steps easily for you-from picking up to the one day turn around-they aim to be simple and fast. So what’d I think? Continue reading—

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Vinales, Cuba’s countryside was a short and packed to the max visit. From the moment we arrived we all wished we’d planned one more day but with our itinerary it just wasn’t possible so we made it our mission to leave no stone unturned during our 24 hour stay.

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Two things you need to know, coffee and breakfast tacos. Go on? I thought so!

Muchacho is half of two relatively new dining options that opened up in Grant Park in an old train station building. Connected (behind the closed door below) is it’s sister eatery, Golden Eagle which has equally as cool, but very different, vibes.

Stepping into Muchacho feels like walking into a 1973 coffee shop in a surf town in Southern California.  Oozes cool vibes – see more for yourself after the jump!

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