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2019 Travel Guide – Roadtrip to Temecula Wine Country Getaway

Updated 09/21/2019 There are many things to do in Inland Empire, but the jewel of the valley is Temecula Wine Country.  Temecula Wine Country is a little known secret nestled between San Diego and Los Angeles and offers a variety of options for a romantic getaway or a getaway with friends.  Whether you are a foodie and music lover like me or a wine enthusiasts, there is something for everyone … [Read More...]

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Satellite images show Southern California’s super bloom from space

The WorldView-2 satellite took photos on March 19 of Walker Canyon Poppy Fields hillsides.  The satellite images show the mountains covered in orange poppies.   What a spectacular view. Click image below for larger view.   Related: Best Places To See California Wildflowers Super Bloom  

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge | Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort Opening Dates

SAVE the Date! Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge theme park lands open in Disneyland on May 31 and at Walt Disney World on Aug. 29.   In Phase One, the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run ride and most of the shops and restaurants will be fully operational, Rise of the Resistance will be opened in Phase Two.

Tech Thursday Tips | Why You Should Use Paperless Post App

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Paperless Post.  However, All opinions are my own.   I’ve been looking for an easier way to send out invitations and thank you notes. I recently reviewed the Paperless Post app and found that it is very innovative and easy to use.  Paperless post is an events […]

Hispanic Heritage Month:

Murales Rebeldes

Murals in LA express identity, empower communities, and challenge dominant cultural norms, making them targets of censorship and destruction.    Chicana/o murals in the greater Los Angeles area have been censored through destruction, removal, whitewashing, or neglect.   In celebration of  Hispanic Heritage Month, ¡Murales Rebeldes! L.A. Chicana/o Murals under Siege,  exhibit will be on display at […]

Traditional Holiday Recipes | Favorite Hispanic Soups

It’s time to celebrate the holidays with favorite latino soups.   Whether you are latino or not, making a traditional soup is a great way to learn and celebrate latino culture, traditions and history.   My favorite traditional recipes include Caldo de Pollo, Caldo de Res and Red Chicken Pozole.  Caldos served with condiments are full […]

Pursuing A Career in Information Technology

The most important quality needed in pursuing a career in technology is passion. You need to have passion for information, how technology works within an organization, and how you can use information and technology in the real world. You also need to have enthusiasm for learning, attention to detail and a desire to use your […]

2019 Travel Guide:

Best Places To See California Wildflowers Super Bloom

Updated 4/07/2019 Rain brings Second Super Bloom in Two years Wondering where the best places to see California Wildflowers Super bloom? With the recent combination of  cold weather, heat and heavy rains we are in the middle of  Wildflower Super blooms all over the Southland again this year.   Every year between the months of […]

2019 Travel Guide – Rejuvenating Our Souls with a Pacific Crest Trail Hike

We headed out to the Pacific Crest trail via White Water Canyon Preserve with our PCT association guides and wandered through the PCT trail.  On the Pacific Crest trail we found several flowers in bloom, a great landscape and reminder of beauty in the desert.   We also stood in the middle of a PCT landmark with the […]

2019 Travel Guide | Remembering The Living Memorial To The Holocaust

The living memorial to the Holocaust provided a powerful lesson in the fragility of freedom. I toured the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. As the permanent exhibits start, we were given an “identification card.” The card provided biographical information and a photo of a real person who lived during the Holocaust. The entrance […]

2019 Socal Roadtrip – Inland Empire Splash Pads

June is just beginning, but the summer heat has already shown up in the Inland Empire. A splash pad – a recreation area with no or little standing water – is a great place to cool off in the summer heat without all the stress of going to the neighborhood pool. A splash pad is something […]

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