We all have a place we wish to visit, a location we must see, a spot we hold above all others.
My mecca is the Madonna Inn, in San Luis Obispo.
My list of to dos was pretty str
Tita X Tori by tmronin
I have had the incredible opportunity to get to know the lovely Tori Black in a way most people never will…
No. Not that way.
Tori & I have become work
This set is a celebration of doing as you please, and living in the now (Get it!?!) Adventure, travel, my first trip to Japan, and all the adorable things I play with everyday (in
“Dude. Sucking at something is the first step!” – Adventure Time
Here’s a lil slice of what I got up to last night in my home gym:
Workout Wednesday Returns! from Tita
Who’s that girl?!?
After a year and a half of two posts per week, plus travel, work, and life, I hit the proverbial wall.
Then I caught on fire.
Then I fell into a well.
You’re not the kind of girl who fits in, and you’re not the type that settles.
Keep doing what you’re doing.
We need more girls like you in the world
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Killer Youth for their awesome, and unique blog. Their founder Tony, a graphic designer, started his site to highlight creative people in our community. These posts serve as a source of personal inspiration, as well as hub of interest, and content for like-minded people.
My latest set “Buena Onda” by Talena is now live in member review!
After a 4 week break from the gym, and almost all forms of activity – rigorous, or otherwise I’m back in action!
I recently had the pleasure of shooting with Steve Prue for rad Vancouver based skateboard brand Landyachtz!
I’m speaking to share myself, and my experiences, with a group of friends, fans, and followers, who for one reason or another landed right here. This week, a follower who has become a part of my fit fam, Long Vo, wrote a blog post speaking to his struggles following loss, and injury.
“Clothes & lifestyle lessons from the Pacific NorthWest”
Unplugging and “Reclaiming what we’ve lost in a world of constant connection” thanks to author Michael Harris
Our culture of celebratory selfies, and highly edited highlights makes it easy to forget that we’re all imperfect. And that those flaws whether personal or professional are what make life interesting, and varied, and well… real.