Celebrate Chinese New Year!


Hey everyone! Happy Chinese New Year! Can you smell the dumplings? Unlike the Gregorian year, which uses a solar calendar, the Chinese New Year is based on a lunar calendar. This is year 4,713. It is the year of the goat, sheep, or ram. Those born… Read More

Get Moving to LA’s Most Enchanting Gardens

Gardens: Steps

Los Angeles is known for many things, including its: beaches, culture, fashion, and entertainment. However, one thing that LA has lots of, that many people don’t know about, is gardens. Who would of thought? It’s true! Many people consider LA to be a desert and in some cases… Read More

Alternative Valentine’s Day!

Valentine's Day : Sweet Hearts

Wow! January came and went! I can’t believe it’s already February. It went by so quickly it wasn’t even hard to stick to all my resolutions. I hope everyone else is keeping up with theirs. Speaking of resolutions, I’m excited for Valentine’s Day. It’s the… Read More

Settle in for Movie Night!

Movie Night

Stuck inside on a rainy day or maybe a blizzard has you snowed in? Don’t give in to the rainy day blues. It’s the perfect time to have a movie night. You can finally catch up on all your shows or checkout that movie your… Read More

Moving to Dallas, Texas

Get Moving Dallas

Hey Y’all! You’ve heard about some of the other cool cities in Texas like Austin, but how much do you know about Dallas? Texas is full of cowboys and chow, but no place does it better than Dallas. They’ve got dabsters and Jackeroos and good… Read More

Get Moving to LA’s Bookstores!

Bookstore: England

Hey everyone! Hope you’re having a great 2015 so far. Shout out to all my fellow book lovers. This year, one of my resolutions is to read at least one new book a month. I think it’s a great resolution because it’s fun and simple.… Read More

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King Jr. Day was established in 1983. Each year it is observed on the third Monday of January. Fun fact: the song “Happy Birthday” by Stevie Wonder, along with a petition containing six million signatures helped make it a federal holiday. In 1994… Read More