Super Juice!

Mid-afternoon today my stomach began to feel a bit off. I didn’t understand why because I had been feeling great all day, woke up early to go surfing and had a breakfast of… Continue reading

Simplicity and Flow

Yesterday I went surfing early in the morning. I had woken up feeling restless and the ocean seemed like the perfect remedy. The water was flat, but I didn’t mind it, as it… Continue reading

Tis’ the season…

It’s that time of year again…warm nights, spending hours in the ocean, and flip-flops galore! Ice cream is another thing that comes to mind when I think of summer…a nice cool treat. The… Continue reading

Sunrise to Sunset

Sunrises and sunsets are an amazing thing or should I say…moment. No matter how many times you have seen one, they never get old and it always feels like the first time as… Continue reading

Kale Power!

I got out of the surf this morning and was feeling a bit blah….it took me 11 hours to drive back to Los Angeles from San Francisco last night, a drive which usually… Continue reading

Always good to be home!

Happy Belated 4th of July!  On Wednesday morning I stood on the beach in Santa Monica, the surf was flat and I began to wonder what to do instead,’hmm…maybe I will go the… Continue reading

The Start of Summer…

This past Sunday in Venice Beach I went body surfing for the first time in a very long time and had a blast! It was very warm here in Venice beach and the… Continue reading

The Void

Last Thursday night I went for an evening surf. It was windy and overcast. I stood on the beach trying to look past the thick gray wall that was before me, hoping to… Continue reading

Crazy for Coconuts!

When most people think of coconuts, they think of warm tropical beaches and or pina coladas…I do! It isn’t till recently that people have begun to see the 100 different ways coconuts can… Continue reading

Rekindled Love…

Love is complicated, messy, and also amazing! Well, this is how I have been feeling about surfing…I have been in and out of love with it for the past two months. Well, as… Continue reading