Three months ago, I took a crazy a leap of faith and hopped on a plane and moved to San Francisco, California. As many of you may already know, the past three months have been a pretty crazy journey…from realizing that I’m living my dream, to meeting Steph Curry, to completely and absolutely falling in love with this city – the last three months have not been boring.

I’ve grown in ways I wouldn’t have imagined (unfortunately not any taller…) and have made some wonderful memories! I find myself still doing touristy things, but I don’t think that will ever change… and each and everyday I find myself realizing how blessed I am to be living this life.

This journey started with the intention of being in San Francisco for a short period of time, but as fate would have it… it looks like I’m sticking around a lot longer than I thought! To say the least, I’m so excited to see what this new journey has in store for me. Probably just as crazy as it has been, and maybe even more exciting (if that’s possible)! When I first moved out here in June, I kept saying that I wouldn’t have seen moving to SF as part of my post-grad life, and this still takes me by shock on days, but here I am, and I’m taking the world by storm. I’m living my dream and I couldn’t be happier.

So, now, for all my friends who were hesitant on visiting me in SF, it’s time y’all! Come check out what this city is all about, I promise you’ll have a hard time saying goodbye!

If the past three months have taught me ONE thing it’d be to chase your dreams and take the leap of faith, no matter how scary, because when you look back twenty years from now you’ll be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do.

*Below are some pictures from the past two months 🙂 *

Til Next Time,



Crazy stairs we climbed for the crazy beautiful view.
One of the coolest work projects; an event where Steph Curry was hanging out with us!
One of the coolest work projects; an event where Steph Curry was hanging out with us!
One of the BEST bakeries… CRUFFINS (Croissant + Muffin) are a thing, and they are to die for.
San Francisco knows how to do brunch. Yum.
San Francisco knows how to do brunch. Yum.

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