I got back from such a great trip to San Francisco a few days ago. We were able to visit so many gorgeous places and I’m so excited to share photos from all of them with you. For part one of the posts from this trip, I tried to write down some great dining places for those of you who venture out that way in the future. Most of the resturaunts we visited were vegan, however even if you’re not vegan/vegetarian I really think these are all great to visit anyways.
ONE OF THE BEST CUPS OF COFFEE I’VE EVER HAD. Seriously their mint mojito iced coffee is to die for. The employees are fantastic and were so helpful for us and answered all of our annoying first timer questions.
I loved the set up in this restaurant. It felt so warm and welcome. They have a fantastic “steak” burger and I loved their strawberry ginger juice. It was spicy but I really like that extra kick in my juice. On your way out you should definitely pick up a piece of cake for later.
These guys have an amazing mocha latte. Their mocha is a very rich flavor, but for espresso lovers it will make your day. We had so much energy after visiting these guys on saturday morning. Also, their pistachio croissant and cherry oatmeal cookies are the best pastries I’ve ever had hands down. Yes, I’m just as crazy about pastries as I am coffee. I should’ve bought 10 to bring home for later.
On our way out of town we stopped by this vegan cinnamon bun shop, I know what you’re thinking but I promise they were delicious. They have a million different flavors of frosting, and toppings for your cinnamon buns. The cream cheese frosting with carmel sauce and pie crumble toppings was by far the best one I bought. But I brought home a few for my loved ones and they were gone within a few minutes haha so I really don’t think you can go wrong with any combo here.
As you already know, lately I’ve been trying to make conscious decisions about the companies I shop with. I have incorporated good wholesome companies that care about our world and the people who work for them. Along with this, I’ve also been trying to shop with local companies here in Utah.
During the summer I attended a farmers market with my mom and happened to bump into this amazing jewelry artist. We started going through her display and fell in love with a million different things, we almost cleaned shop. Amanda does some of the coolest handmade rings, necklaces, and earrings I’ve ever come across. She is so talented and uses such unique stones and glass in her pieces.
Life is 10% what happens to us, and 90% how we react to it.
Photography by: Heather Rowland
Jewelry: Live Your Angle
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I can’t believe how quickly January has flown by. It’s almost Valentines Day, and no matter who it’s for, you can’t go wrong with jewelry right? I’ve personally never been into diamonds or pearls. When I think of the perfect piece to open on February 14th, its a white buffalo squash blossom necklace or a turquoise ring. So, if you’re like me, you can’t go wrong with St. Eve. I’ve been purchasing jewelry from this company for years, and they just keep getting better and better. Go drop some subtle hints to your valentine.
“The more you know who you are and what you want, the less you let things upset you.” – Bob Harris
Photography by: Kobe Wagstaff
All Jewelry is from St. Eve Jewelry