Monday, March 9, 2015


 Lazy afternoons playing grown-up dress-up. Couldn't resist rolling around in my new #HARVEYCLIQUE shirt before I chop it up into a dress (watch this spot for the DIY tutorial). If you aren't a part of the Harvey Clique yet, get right and go follow my baes, Brothers Grim, on Facebook, and get down to some heavy bass music. Get a shirt of your own by donating HERE and catch them dropping tons of new releases on their national tour this month. 
Also, pretty stoked on my bunny mask from and the fact that I finally picked up a pair of super comfy HUF socks.

Brothers Grim #HARVEYCLIQUE shirt, Leg Avenue Bunny Mask from, HUF Drink Up Socks from Shop Jeen 

Friday, March 6, 2015

insta love :: February

We celebrated 5 years of Monday shows this month at Organized Grime!
I worked a double-shift yet again this Valentine's Day. I don't mind. I love my coworkers :)
You know those mattress tags that day "DO NOT REMOVE"? Well, I'm kind of a badass.
Wearing a necklace made by a local artist. 

My favorite sunset T.U.K. creepers.
Caffeine is so necessary.
Ole Smoky sent me a jar of their Apple Pie moonshine to try. I can't wait to make the "Dolly" recipe they sent with it as soon as I get my hands on some limes!
Pretty Valentine chocolates from my mama.

…and watch my favorite February video moments:

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Monday, February 2, 2015

insta love :: January

Palm trees reflected in the swimming pool. We are so lucky to have had such amazing weather in San Diego this January!

Vegas, baby!

I'm so excited about my new lighting. I can't wait to see the difference these make in my photos and videos!


Bernard stole a sip of my drink

I love my backyard :)

Sunrise in San Diego

Dancing in my favorite new dress!

I've got jokes ;)

San Diego sunset!
And my favorite video moments from the month of January…

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Monday, January 19, 2015

[grand tour] Julian, CA

On Saturday, Kevin and I drove up to Julian to explore the tiny town famous for it's incredible apple pie. After a slice, of course, we poked around in all of the adorable gift shops and went a little sugar-crazy in the Julian Candy Basket. I also couldn't resist buying a few of the beautifully scented handcrafted soaps from the sweet woman behind the counter at the Julian Soap Company. It was a relaxing afternoon, enjoying the crisp winter air and passing a bottle of root beer back and forth while meandering lazily down the charmingly uneven sidewalks of the main drag. We finished off the day with chicken pot pie, grilled cheese, and fried pickles at the Rongbranch Restaurant and went home with full bellies and a fresh apple crumble pie for my parents. 

What I wore: Floppy Hat from eBay, Cream Shirt from Forever 21, White and Gray Scarf from Target, High-waist Skinny Jeans from Hollister, Five Layer Fringe Boots from Minnetonka, Bracelets from Charming Charlie and Walmart, Watch from Rue 21.

Watch my Vlog of the day's adventures...

Have you ever visited Julian, California? What was your favorite thing to do there? Leave a comment and let me know!

Friday, January 2, 2015

insta love :: December

White hot chocolate and blog planning on a festive notepad.
Playing with edits on a Christmas Day selfie. Dress from Forever 21.
I love changing my phone wallpaper to match the seasons!
My new favorite faux-fur from Forever 21.
Shopping at the international grocery store for some Persian goodies!
Our perfect tree surrounded by gifts and love on Christmas morning.
I love that I can go to the beach in December! My best friend's daughter was collecting seashells on this trip :)
Compulsory Christmas listening.
Predicting your future and playing with lights. Dress from Forever 21. Original photo by Ryan Ros for Organized Grime.
Playing with the Glitche app. Sweater from H&M.

and my "December Moments" compilation video…

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Friday, December 26, 2014

Merry Christmas!

Hello and happy holidays, my little Pocket Monsters! I hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas and whatever else you celebrate! I got to spend the morning with my mom and sister, and the evening with some of my wonderful friends. Take a look at how I spent my day in the video below!

I would like to wish you all a happy New Year! I will be back with tons of new DIYs, videos, and inspiration in 2015. Cheers!

Thursday, December 18, 2014

DIY Gift Guide :: Kiddos

As the holidays approach, we are all thinking about how we can show the people in our lives that we appreciate them. We all know that I love to DIY, and putting effort into creating a handmade gift always means so much. Every week until Christmas, I'll be posting a DIY gift guide with ideas for things you can create that people actually want.
This week, I found so many fun ideas for things to make for kids! Boys or girls, toddlers or almost pre-teens, there are so many cool tutorials for the little bambinos. When I was a kid, my favorite gifts were either books, or things I could DIY. If you are gifting an older child, you might consider just giving them the materials and letting them create for themselves! Whether you're making gifts for your own kids, or for someone else's (Or even yourself! There are some really cool ideas!), there is something here for all of the little angels in your life.

1. Tee Pee's can provide hours of fun, whether it be a home base for imaginative adventures, or a sweet reading nook. [tutorial]

2. I loved playing dress up with my dolls when I was little. If you can do some simple sewing, follow THIS tutorial to create a doll that looks just like the little girl she'll be gifted to. [tutorial]

3. These homemade bath crayons look like so much fun! Pair them with a rubber ducky, a bottle of bubble bath, and a terry-cloth robe to make the next bath time one they will look forward to! [tutorial]

4. This I-Spy Bottle is a great way to keep a kiddo occupied and quiet, and the little treasures can be changed out every now and then to keep things interesting! [tutorial]

5. Print THESE free paper dolls on card stock, and put them in a small box or repurposed tin with some scissors. [source]

6. Create a science experiment kit! Pick up some simple materials and a bucket to keep them in, print off THESE experiment directions, and let the kids have at it! Bonus points for being educational, as well ;) [tutorial]

7. This Glitter Flubber stuff is just awesome. [tutorial]

8. Marshmallow Shooters are fun to give to your friends kids, and if you are daring, your own. Don't forget a bag of mini marshmallows to get the game started! [tutorial]
For more DIY gift ideas, check out my DIY page and find more things to create for the wonderful people in your life. And this is the last one! I hope you enjoyed my DIY holiday gift guides!