Last weekend I flew out to San Francisco and headed up to Sonoma for Mighty Summit where I reunited with some friends and met many new ones.
First Row: We stayed at Boon Hotel + Spa for the weekend. The air up there was just so clean. I felt like I could breathe deeper. The internet connection wasn't what I'm used to which meant I basically couldn't work — which was actually a great thing. I needed some unplugging time to just connect with other women and be away from my computer screen. / Tieks was one of the sponsors for the weekend. Everyone basically wore theirs all weekend. They fold up into a little bag so you can throw them in your purse, but they are also really comfortable, so I can see my cobalt pair getting lots of use in the seasons to come.
Second Row: My roommate for the weekend was Elizabeth of Brooklyn Supper. She's also an amazing artist and a writer for Babble. We bonded. / The weekend was full of great conversation, and of course good food. A coke out of a glass bottle is just so much better.
Third Row: The fog in SF is insane! It's crazy that you can't even see the Golden Gate Bridge for hours at a time while the fog rolls through. / Had my first Tartine experience with Kristin, Jordan and Sarah. I could sit in coffee shops and bakeries all day and just chat with people.
Fourth Row: On my walk along the Presidio I came across a giant staircase (common in SF) where at least 20 people were working out, running up and down the stairs. There was also a heart from The Hearts of San Francisco project. / The homes in the Pacific Heights area just take your breath away.
Every time I travel I try to imagine myself living there. I'm not sure how I'd like the cooler San Francisco weather being such a summer lover, but the city is breathtaking, being so close to wine country and in the middle of the digital game changers has a certain energy. It's definitely a place I'd like to visit a lot more often and wouldn't be opposed to spending lengthy amounts of time in the area.
I also wanted to give a special thanks to JetBlue for helping me get to San Francisco!