What I'll Miss About San Francisco
Six years ago I left New York City for my California adventure.
Since I was a little girl, it was my dream to be a California Girl.
I am incredibly grateful for all of the wonderful people I’ve met, the beautiful sites I’ve seen and most importably- the experience of seeing life from the west coast.
I felt stuck in Brooklyn and I wanted to expand my horizons….
I can honestly say this was the best thing I have done with my life! But my bags are packed and its time to go… before I do
Here’s what I’ll miss the most….
The best golden hours every day at sunset
It’s the number one place to go plant based. The vegan pizza at Bare Knuckle Pizza and the brunch at Souly Vegan were my favorites!
Watching Karl the Fog from the hill tops of Dolores Park
Outdoor workouts can by done year round- it never gets too cold but the winter can be rainy..
Huge farmer markets EVERYWHERE!
The rainbows and unicorns all over- but especially in the Castro
Stopping to smell the Rose Garden in the Berkeley.
So many festivals - I love having bare toes in grass,under a beautiful sky awhile music fills my ears.
Driving down Highway 1- hairpin turns and all!
Super sized super filling burritos in the Mission
Being so close to the colorful and creative burning man community
Always needing a hoodie!
Never needing a treadmill -with all those hills!!
Looking at the Golden Gate from Baker Beach.
Pretty pastel houses everywhere you peep…
I had two goals when I moved here-
One was to learn how to fire dance. Click here to see it…