Tag: lifestyle

Deck the Halls with Popcorn Trees
Dining Delights

Deck the Halls with Popcorn Trees

Tis the season of decking halls and trimming trees, and we’ve got a delicious way to do both—in the kitchen. There’s no chance of breaking heirloom ornaments when you’re decorating miniature Festive Popcorn Trees from the Popcorn Board. Roll up your sleeves, gather the kids, and pull out your prettiest decorating sugars and sprinkles. Then…

Relaxing on the Palm Springs Riviera
Travel

Relaxing on the Palm Springs Riviera

By Greg Aragon Palm Springs is not only an exciting desert resort community; but the city also offers a fascinating glimpse into the hip, Hollywood glam days of the 1960s when celebrities came to escape the limelight and relax by the pool in sleek, mid-century modern structures. A friend and I began a recent getaway to the…

Safety First Can Keep Halloween Hazards From Haunting
Lifestyle

Safety First Can Keep Halloween Hazards From Haunting

Smart choices, planning and placement of decorations are the safest ways to prevent electrical and fire accidents By Paul Netter, Southern California Edison Your Halloween decorations might be considered the best, the scariest or even the most realistic looking. But are they the safest? If light strands or electrical cords are thrown into trees or vegetation near power…

Pageant of the Masters Takes Guests ‘Under the Sun’
Travel

Pageant of the Masters Takes Guests ‘Under the Sun’

By Greg Aragon Southern California is full of beauty and magic, and one the region’s most unique and mesmerizing spectacles is the Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach. Held each summer in an open-air canyon theater, the event is something that any lover of art and culture should experience at least once. Now in…

Keep Your Body Toned All Year Round With Almost Zero Effort
Health & Fitness

Keep Your Body Toned All Year Round With Almost Zero Effort

Part 2: The truth is that getting in shape isn’t hard once you’ve found the right strategy By Yajen Tan I’ve learned a lot in the ten years I’ve spent between pursuing my own fitness journey and coaching my clients. I’ve realized that: -Appearance-based motivation doesn’t last. -Habits and discipline beat motivation. -It’s really not…

Exploring Montana’s Yellowstone Country
Travel

Exploring Montana’s Yellowstone Country

By Greg Aragon A couple hours after landing at Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport in Montana, we were sitting in The Cowboy Bar and Supper Club in the tiny town of Fishtail enjoying a big, juicy steak and reviewing our itinerary for the next week in Montana’s Yellowstone Country. My friend and I had come to…

Waterfront Paradise in Marina del Rey
Travel

Waterfront Paradise in Marina del Rey

By Greg Aragon It’s hard to call a town with the world’s largest man-made marina a hidden gem, but in a way Marina Del Rey is just that. Located near the larger, more famous areas of Venice Beach and Santa Monica, the tiny city can easily be overlooked. But for savvy travelers from around the…

A Day in Paradise at Glen Ivy Hot Springs
Travel

A Day in Paradise at Glen Ivy Hot Springs

By Greg Aragon Life can get hectic with work, school, traffic or kids. When this happens one must remember the importance of keeping the mind, body, and soul in good form. To help keep my Zen in the right place, I love to visit Glen Ivy Hot Springs, a soothing sanctuary located in the majestic rolling hills…

20 Pieces of Advice for 20-Somethings
Featured

20 Pieces of Advice for 20-Somethings

  By Robyn Dutton Hindsight is 20/20, they say. We all look back on earlier years wishing we knew more, lived wiser and had more awareness about what was best for us. You hear your grandparents and teachers rattle off cliché quotes about living to the fullest or about the legacy you should create. I’m…

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