A world of never ending happiness -
You can always see the sun, day or night.
So when you call up that shrink in Beverly Hills-
you know the one - Dr Everything'll Be Alright -
Instead of asking him how much of your time is left
ask him how much of your mind, baby.
É brunch que fala??🤣 Não sei vocês, mas o brunch do @testadtla me deixa com água na boca! Todos os Sábados e domingos eles servem brunch de 11h às 15h, o que é perfeito pra você que está de férias e quer acordar um pouquinho mais tarde. O menu é bem variado e o preço super justo. E nos dias da semana eles servem jantar e happy hour a partir das 17h.
. Looking for the perfect place to weekend’s brunch? This is the typical morning treat at @testadtla, they serve brunch every Saturday & Sunday from 11AM-3PM🥞🥐☕️ #repost@irenechenpai
Next gen parking tip: not all street parking is created equal! (Hint: knowledge is power 🤓) In addition to our many FREE parking garages, metered parking is also available throughout Beverly Hills. Swipe left 👈🏼 to see the CITY MAP of parking meters and RATES throughout Beverly Hills. Save this map on your phone for handy access and leave the parking stress behind. 🚗 Pic: @classiccarvoyage⠀
Credit @adelaide_drone_productions ・・・
Happy to say that I have tomorrow off which makes it a long weekend for me 🙂
It's been a tough first week back in the harsh reality of the work world, both mentally and physically stressful. I hope it will get easier but if not I just have to think that I am lucky to have a job as many people cannot find any work out there.
I present to you this frothy look down tonight cause I was thinking about beers as I was editing it a little while ago 🍺😋
Thank you for loving me when I feel unlovable, for making me laugh when I’m in a difficult mood, & for constantly supporting me through absolutely everything. You encourage me every day & make me feel loved. Although I constantly remind you, I hope you never forget that I will always be here for you. You are my Juan in a million. ♥️ #ImObsessed
Places I’ve lived for 3 months or longer: Las Vegas. New York. Alaska. New York. Florida. Panama. New York. Panama. North Carolina. California.
After leaving my hometown (Las Vegas) when I was 17, I’ve spent most of my adult life living on the east coast. I enjoyed it (most of the time) but knew it wasn’t where I wanted to live. I didn’t really know where I wanted to be, honestly. I knew that I wanted to be nestled between the mountains and the sea. Never in a million years would I have expected that Los Angeles would be where I landed—it’s too big, too smoggy, too spread out, too dry, too sunny, too congested, too...much. But, since moving here and starting my dream job exactly 1 year ago, I can truly say that I have grown to love LA and the personal and professional opportunities it holds. The best part, is that in two hours I can be on a remote island, in the mountains, in the desert, or in another city (or...in traffic 😂). Yes, I get tired of the grind that comes with living in a city, and I desperately miss thunderstorms, rain and snow, but I’m happy here in the City of Angels with the mountains and the sea each within easy reach, and that is all that matters. .
Came a cross this picture from a few months ago and noticed that I made it half way into my deployment and I can’t wait to come back home to this beautiful city to be with family and friends again ... briefly 😭❤️
Raise your hand if you’d rather swing home than drive in LA traffic 🙋🏾♀️
I still can’t believe I found this incredible spot in Los Angeles! 😍 it’s hard to imagine there are still hidden gems in this city. Want to know where this spot is? You’ll have to check out my blog! Don’t worry, the link is in my bio 👌🏾
Have you ever discovered a secret spot in your hometown?