Showing posts from August, 2017


Thank you for helping me surpass 2,000 Twitter followers. I remember reluctantly joining Twitter. My two Law Clerks were constantly on it.Then I had to see what it was all about and then I became addicted. I have made IRL friends from it and now even work in the Twitter building in San Francisco.It is my preferred social media platform. Thank you for your support! I just read the below article by AdWeek. As a lover of marketing and advertising, and using Twitter as a way to market myself and this blog to hopefully travel the world and share my true experiences, I can vouch everything I post is real and from real accounts. This Influencer Marketing Shop Created Fake Accounts to ProveThat the Industry is Full of Ad Fraud When brands spend money on fake accounts, that’s too bad. Iam a better choice, by far! Please review my social media stats HERE , my AboutMe section and contact me about a collaboration. I would love to work with you and do my own research on the prod

Three - San Mateo, California

When you haven’t seen your close cousin and nephew in sometime, you schedule a brunch. Browsing OpenTable, I found Three. A restaurant with good reviews in Downtown San Mateo. I picked up the boys on the other side of Highway 101 and went down Third Street until I found street parking near the restaurant. No need to look for a Pay By Phone sign for parking. The meters do not need to be fed. Walk in the main door and you immediately see the bar and a podium to check in for our reservation. The first dining room had natural light coming in from our right, there were chalkboard drawings on the walls, banquet seating and individual tables. We room where we were sat was an area between that room and another room near the kitchen near a server station and the door to go downstairs for the bathroom. In the room we could see from our table, there was a nice long table of about 20 filled with guests. I could only assume more of the kitchen was to the left and just beyond that long table.


I am all for women-owned businesses, strong women, women in the military, in politics and in film. When selecting what to watch on Amazon Prime or shows I record on my DVR I normally tend to select strong, female lead movies and shows. I am a fan of Game of Thrones , Good Girls Revolt , Queen of the South  and characters such as Joan from Mad Men and actresses such as Charlize Theron in the recent Atomic Blonde . I am currently on Covert Affairs with Piper Perabo from Coyote Ugly as a CIA Agent. Now, I am pleased to say a friend of mine, Megan Zerga , has just released a short film she co-wrote and starred in called Admana. I was honored to be part of the only San Francisco screening last week at the Independent Film Center at 145 Ninth Street. Admana is a 13-minute short film by two female filmmakers, Genesis Diaz and Megan Zerga . Admana is a product of the recent election, which brought an overwhelming amount of emotion to both women. They felt a need to express their sa

Bachelorette Bash Tips for Vegas

It's your job to throw an unforgettable bachelorette party before one of your best friends walks down the aisle. The pressure is on. What kind of party does she want? Low key and mild? Or a ' What happened last night ?' Kind of wild weekend? It could be a mix of both: classy and upscale with a few details a bit cloudy. Unforgettable, as just mentioned, is not really a requirement and it's OK. Let me help you. Initial Feels Just as the Bride's wedding day is her day, she can have whatever she wants. The same goes for her 'bach. When planning her bachelorette party, ask her what kind of weekend she wants to have. Who does she want to invite? How long can she be away for? Have her provide you a list activities or details she wants to have and ones she absolutely does NOT want to have. If what she has in mind is way too vanilla for a Vegas bachelorette party, in your back pocket, plan on pushing her limits a little bit. Put the entire bridal party to work to c