3 Things to Know Before You Go to Pasadena’s Rose Parade

Pasadena is a middle-sized town that manages to keep a cozy small-city atmosphere. Located just 10 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles and famous for the Rose Bowl football game and the Tournament of Roses Parade where thousands of people line up to see Pasadena’s Rose Parade in person every New Year’s morning. Seeing the parade in person is the best way to experience the pageantry, the sights, the sounds and even the smells of it all. Continue reading “3 Things to Know Before You Go to Pasadena’s Rose Parade”

6 Easy Steps to Winterizing Skin

We winterize our homes, cars and our wardrobe to adjust as we go from summer to winter.  So let’s winterize our skin. If you are anything like me winter wreaks havoc on your skin, leaving you feeling dry, itchy and irritated. The change in humidity, ruthless winds and frigid temperatures can give skin a bad case of winter woes. Everyday exposure to the elements, combined with hours spent in artificially heated indoor environments, often leaves skin flaky, tight, and rough. So an adjustment in our skincare routine is needed. Continue reading “6 Easy Steps to Winterizing Skin”

6 Amazing Tourist Attractions in Los Angeles

So you’re finally making the road trip (or the flight) to Los Angeles, California to visit the city the entire world has heard of. Los Angeles better known as LA, is renowned for several things predominantly for being a hub of the television, movie and music recording studios. I am going to show you 6 amazing tourist attractions in LA to make your visit more memorable. You’ll definitely enjoy the beautiful weather, the people and the history, and while you’re at it, you’ll probably find some great souvenirs to show off to your friends and maybe you might pick up one for them. Continue reading “6 Amazing Tourist Attractions in Los Angeles”