Capitola is the underrated beach town of adorableness that you may have missed when you were journeying between LA and San Francisco. While Capitola is certainly packed in the summer and difficult to park in, it is still a perfect sunny beach and great beach town that is totally worth trying to get to. If […]
If you make it to Yosemite, I highly recommend that you do the Upper Yosemite Falls hike. It may be the equivalent of climbing the Empire State Building multiple times, but it’s beautiful and entirely worth the sweat. Yosemite Falls is the tallest waterfall in North America, and this hike gets you up close and […]
While California is certainly full of things to do and see, I don’t think anything comes close to hiking in Yosemite National Park. Take it from someone who has spent considerable time wandering around the state this year — Yosemite is worth whatever means you have to take to get there. For us, “means” meant […]
I arrived in San Diego with 24 hours to see absolutely everything — challenge accepted! As I’m sure you’ve figured out by now, I tend to skip over anything that could remotely be categorized as a tourist activity. I like to wander and watch a place wake up in the morning, stand in line with […]
As a New Englander, the coffee battles I have engaged in have only gone as deep as Starbucks vs Dunkin Donuts. You have your Dunkin people — the ones that like cheap, quick coffee and don’t see the need for the Starbucks prices — and you have Starbucks people, like myself, who find the coffee […]
Hi, I'm Moriah. With an O.
Curious Cat. Impulsive Adventurer. Dog Person. Coffee Addict. This is the un-scripted tale of my quest to make the most of my 20s, and I really want you to play a part. Do you like passport stamps, sushi, motivational quotes, vinyl records, tiny details, sarcastic humor, and that satisfying feeling of I-did-something-with-my-life-today? Were gonna go to amazing places together. (And no, you don't have to be 20!)
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