It’s no doubt how difficult it has been with the pandemic disruption of our daily lives. It has consumed all of us. In self-quarantine, there hasn’t been a day without discussing the repercussions of covid-19, which are both frightening on a personal and global level.
The world has been a nightmare the past few months, and most especially in the recent weeks due to the unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19. With federal and local governments imposing travel bans, limiting social gatherings up to 10 people, and closing all nonessential public entities in California, social distancing is in full effect.
It’s no question we are all struggling to keep ourselves entertained indoors. So, what are we doing while? If you’re guessing sitting on the couch, drinking wine, and binge watching tv all day, you’re absolutely right.
With so many shows out there on different streaming channels,it’s hard to condense everything we watch into one post. Instead, we’ll be sharing what we are currently watching and what we think is worthwhile. Friends and family like to say we are harsh critics when it comes to music, movies, and tv shows but we like to call it “having good taste.”
Let’s cut to it. Here’s what to watch during social distancing:
Happy New Year! It has been a hectic few months, and our presence on the blog has definitely been MIA. In truth, life happened. A lot of unexpected changes occurred that kept us away and occupied. However, we are back and thought it’d be important to write a post different than our normal travel blogs. We’ve hit a new decade, which meant it was time to set meaningful new year’s resolutions for this upcoming year while individually reflecting on 2019.
London calling! There’s always something so special every time we visit London. Maybe it’s a mixture of the charming quaint buildings, red phone booths, or the old-school taxis. Or perhaps it’s the cute British boys with their cute British accents everywhere in sight. But you know what isn’t all that special? The weather (surprise, surprise).
Have you ever traveled somewhere where everything just kept going wrong? If you have, you know it is not fun, and it can really ruin a vacation. Although it is adventurous to go with the flow every now and then, traveling to a new place in a time crunch can get pretty stressful.
Bonjourno! As the newest residents of Little Italy, San Diego, we are pretty stoked about living in a neighborhood that offers so much more than just fancy pasta (although that is enough for most). With views of the sparkling harbor, blocks of trendy cocktail bars, breweries, wine bars, restaurants, and boutiques to shop at, there’s something here for just about anyone. Oh, and it is also extremely pet-friendly for you dog lovers.
We’ve made a “reasonable” excuse to splurge money at these following places to see what they’re all about. 6 places and $$$$ later, we’ve condensed our favorite spots and are aching to share with you all! So, when you are searching for the best restaurants or things to do in San Diego, stop and read below: