Seasons 52 Review | San Diego Restaurant Week

I’m happy to report that we recently got to cross another thing off our San Diego bucket list: Restaurant Week!

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We had friends in town who love food as much as we do, and after some deliberation we landed on trying Seasons 52 in the Seaport district.

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Date Night at The Hotel Del Coronado

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Happy September! After a much needed hiatus, I am so excited to be kicking off the blog again with a date night at the Hotel Del Coronado. The Del is such a classic San Diego landmark that never seems to lose its charm, regardless of the season.

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Point Loma Lighthouse | Travel California

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“Lighthouses are not just stone, brick, metal, and glass. There’s a human story at every lighthouse…” 
ELINOR DEWIRE

Is it just me or is there something inexplicably charming about old lighthouses? Living in Newport, RI for a brief time cultivated an irrevocable craving in me to know and explore the stories behind the beautiful old archicture in the cities we live, so I was a little giddy when we decided to spend a bright Saturday morning exploring the old lighthouse on the bluffs of Point Loma.

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4 Ways to Make a New Location Feel Like Home

Four years ago, I was a brand new military wife and I had just traded the palm trees and tacos of a small California surf town for the cobblestone streets and clam chowder of an East Coast island town. I may still have been on US soil, but moving to our first duty station as a new Navy spouse, everything felt so strange and different that I might as well have been halfway across the world.

4 Ways To Make A New Place Feel Like Home | PCS | Guide for Military Wives | More at ofseasandsundry.com

Moving to a new duty station always takes some adjustment, but there are a few proactive steps any military wife can take in order to make it feel more familiar almost instantly. Ready to stop feeling like a stranger at your new duty station? Here are four fun and foolproof ways for military spouses to feel at home in an unfamiliar location!

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From Ship Life to Island Living | Our First Month on Coronado

Drinkable warm sunshine, playful breezes, tiny unique shops all in a row. A little 1940’s house surrounded by citrus trees and windows with white trim. Brownies waiting on the porch on move-in day, gifts of tangy lemons and sweet, juicy oranges from neighboring trees. The sound of taps at sunset; glittering seas in every direction. This is the little world I’ve been lost in for the last month or so, our new chapter for the next three years: life on Coronado island.

Clayton's Coffee Shop on Coronado Island | More at ofseasandsundry.com Lace Tank + Cardigan by Ann Taylor LOFT // Diaper Bag by Lily-Jade

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