Posts Written OnMay 2017

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San Sebastian is one of Spain’s top destinations that draws foodies and beach lovers alike. It’s a great little seaside town to spend a few days drinking, eating, strolling and sunbathing.  I don’t recommend going in the off-season or with a pregnant woman however, as there’s not much to do if you strip away the food and beach. That said, there’s plenty to do and see around San Sebastien and it could make for a great road trip pit stop, if not a destination in and of itself. EAT Pinxtos Ok so the peeps of SS go to Pinxtos bars (pronounced…

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The 3rd time’s the charm! I’ve been to Barcelona three times and have had three completely different experiences. Here are some notes from my latest trip in March 2017. EAT I actually don’t have a strong opinion about the food in Barcelona, as tapas is tapas is tapas in my opinion. It’s not a city that I would consider a food haven, but rather a place to visit for the Gaudi architecture, relaxed beaches and love of music/clubbing/football (soccer). So here are some places that I thought were noteworthy: Yummy brunch or lunch with healthy options Granja Petitbo: Smoothies, juices, eggs,…

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Oh sleep. Something I haven’t had much of lately and will get much less of very soon. Whether you are suffering from anxiety, allergies or 3rd trimester discomforts, I think I have a sleep routine that may help you out. Keep it dark. Get a luxurious silk night mask to block out all light from windows and electronics. Unwind before jumping into bed. Try a meditation app or listen to soothing music while lying in bed. I love the Mindbliss app because it has some amazing guided meditations and a sleep section with specially-designed sound tracks to help you fall…