Grabbing Coffee at Luke’s

Something wonderful happened for all of us who have spent endless hours with Lorelai, Rory and the whole gang of Stars Hollow.  Netflix transformed coffee shops around the country into Stars Hollow’s very own Luke’s Diner to celebrate the revival and the Gilmore Girls 16th anniversary.   Clearly, I was over the moon to have …

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Calling from Cusco, Peru

The journey from Lima to Cusco started entirely too early for this night owl, but that goes for 99 percent of the mornings during our trip. We headed to the airport for a quick flight from Lima to Cusco, comparable to a quick hop from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, which means spending more time …

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When Life Gives You Lima, Peru

It’s been a whirlwind of a week and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t still recovering a bit, mostly from sleep deprivation which can lead even the sanest person to commit a heinous crime, or simply fall asleep in weird places. Thankfully I’m the latter.  But it was undoubtedly worth it. Just coming …

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Growing Up in the Home of a Gearhead

It took me steadily humming down the freeway, actively clearing my mind by letting it wander freely, and with much relief, to stumble upon why I find so much comfort in spinning wheels. Some of my first and strongest memories from my childhood is the smell of my father’s two-stroke 250R three-wheeler, and the scream it …

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Life Lessons from the Gilmore Girls

Rory, Lorelai and all of the citizens of Stars Hollow have been a staple in my life, and so many others throughout the years, it’s no surprise that you pick up a thing or two from our favorite ladies lifestyles, other than an aspirational caffeine addiction. I thought I’d take the time to reflect on …

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Adulting and Other Terrible, Awful, No Good Words

For a generation who has coined the term adulting for any situation fueled by responsibility, the road to properly execute yourself as a functioning adult, successfully navigating yourself in society can read as easily as hieroglyphics that we are all taking our best stab at to decipher. Through highs and lows, a quarter-life crisis and …

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