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Kelsey Davis DesignBlog Kelsey Davis Design Happy Home Goods Blog About Shop Contact Navigation Blog About Shop Contact Go Here: San Diego travel guide Part 1 April 27, 2016 by Kelsey Davis in Travel A few months ago Danny and I went to San Diego and it was a short week full of lots of beautiful sunshine. When people say that SD has perfect weather, that is no lie- every minute was amazing! A few highlights were the San Diego Zoo and kayaking next to the sea lions, but the sunsets and rock formations by the ocean are what captured my heart! I've put together a rough guide with some tips, things to do, and LOTS of pictures. Hope you like it! :) First of all, San Diego is more spread out than we realized and the public transportation isn't super reliable. We ended up renting a car (which we've never done on any of our previous vacations) and I would highly recommend it. We stayed in North Park, which is a great area with lots of restaurants and shops in walking distance, and ended up driving to the beach almost every night to watch the sunset. It was about 25 minutes to the beach because of the traffic. I didn't expect it to take that long from our house, but I had no idea how many surfers would be flocking to the beach on a daily basis. Surf or die. I respect that. The first thing we did when we arrived was check into our SUPA cute Airbnb, then hit the nearest beach for a quick walk and our first San Diego fish tacos. Be sure to get happy hour tiki drinks at Rare Form and catch a Padres game from the rooftop patio. Our first morning we got up early for a stroll through the adorable North Park houses and ended up at WowWowWaffle for breakfast. We spent a solid 6 hours or so at the zoo because it's insanely big (and surprisingly expensive) but totally worth it. You get free trolley and Sky Tram rides with your zoo admission, so be sure to get there early to beat the lines and take advantage of the free transportation- you'll definitely need it ;) We ended our zoo day with some Port Pizza and Sunset Cliffs. The view here really is something you'll want to see. When the sun sets, the rocks go from tan to vibrant yellow/orange/red/beautiful. Take some food and drinks and go hang out here for awhile, it's a busy spot with plenty of people watching to go with the beautiful scenery. The next day we spent a lot of time in La Jolla! (Which is pronounced la-hoya, we quickly found out) We went kayaking in hopes of getting to go inside cave formations, but it was too wavy and dangerous. I got a little seasick but I still enjoyed it! We grabbed some tacos at the Taco Stand afterwards (get the coconut palletas!) and watched the sea lions for a long time. It's so fun to get up close and personal with them, watching them jump in and out of the water and riding the waves just like the surfers :) Be careful and don't get too close, they'll bark at you! We weren't going to go to Coronado Island because we had heard it was a little touristy and not really worth the drive, but I totally disagree! It was such a pretty place, very clean and family friendly. We were only there for long enough to enjoy the sunset, but I'm glad we got to see Hotel del Coronado and dip our toes in the beautiful white sand. (above): The wooden sampler tray from Fall Brewing that I'm obsessed with. And a mango michelada from Tacos Perla, OMG. :: Some key things/places that I think you would totally enjoy :: Get a cold coffee chiller at Caffe Calabria.. SO delicious. I wanted one every day. Tiki drinks and a Padres game at Rare Form (probably the cutest bar I've ever been to). Slightly pricey so go during happy hour. Spend at least half a day at the San Diego Zoo. The hippo pool and polar bear exhibit were great, I could have sat there and watched the hippos swim for hours! WowWowWaffle for breakfast. Get the avocado and bacon crumble! Go see the sea lions in La Jolla. You definitely won't regret it. End one of your nights (or every night!) on Sunset Cliffs. It was one of my favorite places. Also, if you're a Pinterest freak like I am and you spend hours and hours of internet research before vacations.. then I have a treat for you. My San Diego board is FULL and ready for you. You can thank me later ;) Coming up later this week, part two. (my favorite part!) April 27, 2016 /Kelsey Davis travel guide, travel, San Diego Travel Comment What makes you feel like a boss? April 27, 2016 by Kelsey Davis in My Work I've always struggled with getting stuff done. I know I'm not alone in that, but a lot of times I feel like I am. I think it's because I let my to-do's pile up and then I just get so overwhelmed that it seems impossible to get anything done! That's why I've declared this year "the year of getting stuff done". I'm constantly trying to remind myself to just do the things AS THEY COME, instead of putting it off. I haven't been totally perfect so far, but I think I've been a little better :) I am completely inspired by the Being Boss ladies and their weekly podcast. Thanks to them, I now know that it feels really awesome to refer to yourself as BOSS. Who knew that a little 4 letter word could change the entire way I look at myself and my business? (And also my shoes.. My favorite pair of boots that I wear when I want to look good/ feel good are now my "boss boots". Because they make me feel bossy and I like it. :) But for real. They get it. They get what it's like to run a business and they know what it takes to succeed. It's so nice to hear other people confirming that there are days when working for yourself can be a major struggle, for all sorts of reasons! But on those days you just have to buck up and DO THE WORK. Nothing will make you feel better except doing the work. Period. A topic they frequently discuss (which is probably my favorite) is, "What can I do to make $100 today?". It's so easy to get lost in the bigger picture and to get so overwhelmed that you just sit and do nothing instead. This question breaks it down to the simplest form possible- what can you do TODAY? Whether that's writing a blog post, designing a new print, or offering a 24 hour coupon code on instagram: what is something you can do right now that will make your business better, and make some money while you're at it? I designed this print to hang in my studio and remind me to just start somewhere and do the work. Every day. It's also available as a free download if you need some boss-yness in your life. Click here to get the printable! Inspiring quotes round up left to right: 1 / 2 / 3/ 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 I also made these little pins.. because you can never have too much inspiration, right?! Things that make me feel totally boss: making a plan and sticking to it. (crossing things off my to do list) working so hard that I crash into bed at night. coffee. all day. making a really great breakfast or lunch for myself. answering emails right away. (it makes me feel productive and I know customer's really appreciate it!) being able to schedule time to sit outside and soak up some sun in the middle of the work day ;) What makes you feel like a boss?? April 27, 2016 /Kelsey Davis Kelsey Davis Design, my work, inspiration, motivation My Work Comment Take me to Aruba: Nursery Inspiration March 24, 2016 by Kelsey Davis New animal alert! I finally made a flamingo annnddd I think she's pretty cute, if I do say so myself :) If you look at my last nursery round up, it's obvious that I always have breezy beaches on the brain, but this time I'm taking inspiration from Aruba. I've never been but we're starting to look into it for a possible trip in the future, and the whole beach meets desert thing is so intriguing! Plus, there are wild flamingos on one of the islands. What! 1. Watercolor Palm Wallpaper from Livettes 2. My new flamingo plush taxidermy found at Kelsey Davis Design 3. DIY painted cacti pots Kate La Vie 4. Geometric Flamingo print Magenta Designs 5. Mid-Century rocking chair Land of Nod 6. Tribal Cactus crib sheets from Madly Wish I seriously have so much fun putting these together. Someone lend me your nursery so I can decorate it! Also lend me your baby so I can snuggle it ;) March 24, 2016 /Kelsey Davis Comment Craft Show tips December 07, 2015 by Kelsey Davis in My Work Craft show season is upon us! This year, I decided to only do one so that I could fully enjoy Christmas time without being a craft show zombie ;) But the one that we DID participate in was such a blast! The Little Craft Show in Fayetteville, AR is so well curated and perfectly executed.. it's only our second year but it's quickly becoming one of our favorite holiday traditions. I have met some wonderful people and made some awesome trades! My dad made the wall for my display out of a PVC pipe frame and thin wood board screwed on top. It consists of two 4'x8' walls that can be used together or separately! I've been thinking of some of the ways that I try to keep my sanity during this busy time of year, and I thought I'd share in case anyone is experiencing their first craft show season frenzy. :) 1. Make lists, lists, lists! (And stick to them) A month or so prior to a show, I make a list of everything I need to take with me (supplies, business cards, inventory, display items). This gives me plenty of time to order things in bulk online (like brown kraft bags for purchases) to keeps costs down instead of trying to buy everything locally last minute. I also make a list for how much inventory I want to take with me, then break down the work into daily sublists consisting of how much I HAVE to do each day in order to achieve that goal. 2. Try to get everything finished a day early. It's always the same, no matter how prepared I feel, I'm always up too late finishing last minute todos the night before a show. This year I really pushed myself to have everything done the day before and it was so much better! I was still up until 1:30am, of course... but it was more about packing and checking my lists- then checking them twice. All of my inventory was finished so it freed up time for me to pack super well and feel really prepared before going to sleep! 3. Be prepared for anything. Make sure you have all of the supplies you could possibly need! Scissors, tape, glue, needle and thread, extra buttons... you never know when you're going to have to whip out a stack of new business cards because you ran out, or a super awesome display sign because you spilled coffee on your old one! Even though I hope that doesn't happen :) 4. Get sleep and stay hydrated. If I'm being honest with you guys, I hate drinking water. But standing on your feet all day, smiling at strangers and making small talk with buyers.. it can wear you out. So keep those water bottles full and go straight to bed! (After eating something delicious at a local joint, because you definitely deserve a good meal!) 5. Smile and say hello! I've really found that this goes a long way. The way my booth is set up, we're situated behind a table and in front of the wall with my animal heads on it. Sometimes people don't see the wall at first, so they might just keep walking by if I'm not paying attention and trying to make eye contact with them! (Plus, there's nothing like some good eye contact to make buyers feel like they HAVE to come by and look at what you're selling, am I right? :) If you're not engaging with the crowd, you can easily get passed by. 6. Make friends and have a good time. Say hi to your booth neighbor! No one wants to sit silently next to the same people for two days. You could end up making some new friends and scoring some unique Christmas presents while you're at it. 7. Take as much as you can, but don't kill yourself. There is only so much time in a day, so you're going to reach a point where you can't physically make any more stuffff! If you do run out at the show, you can always set up an order sheet or email list and you'll be good to go. My Poppy and Fern swan necklace that I'm completely obsessed with. This little beauty just came in and I can't wait to use it at my next craft show. Cristelle at Chopped and Propped did such a lovely job, I couldn't be anymore in love with it! ). In my head, the best I could hope for was a sunny, trashy good time. I was wrong. Aside from the disco part (no joke, you can see the disco lights from the plane), Miami is beautiful, clean, inspiring, and so much more. We loved every single second of it, so I've put together a trip guide for all you other fellow skeptics out there. Three and a Half Day Guide to Miami: DAY ONE This is your day to explore Miami Beach by foot and take pictures of all the Art Deco you can find! Soak it in, get inspired, and take some of that bright pastel and crisp typography home with you. Have brunch at A la Folie. It sits on Espa?ola Way, which is a charming little street modeled after romantic Mediterranean villages found in France and Spain. We got the madame croquet, an almond croissant, and $4 latte bowls. You read that correctly.. BOWLS OF DELICIOUS COFFEE for just $4. Great value for your morning caffeine fix. After brunch.. walk down Ocean Drive. This is where you'll see tons and tons of that inspiring Art Deco I was talking about. There are 960 super cute historic buildings in Miami's Art Deco district, and Ocean Drive sports some of the best of em. Cross the street to the east and walk through Lummus Park. Here you'll find swaying palm trees, volleyball courts, and shirtless too-tan dudes doing pushups. The majority of your most essential and memorable Miami people-watching will be found here, so take your time. After your afternoon walk.. Go back to your room, put your swim suit on, grab a bottle of wine (or, if you want to embrace your inner Miami spirit, maybe grab a carton of some cheap Bacardi coconut rum from the nearest convenient store like we did), and head to the beach to catch some rays and relax until the sun goes down. The water is beautiful and refreshingly cool, a perfect compliment to that bright Miami sunshine. Finish day one.. with dinner at Burger and Beer Joint. We ended up here because we were craving burgers + it was open late. The burgers were good, but the true star here is the side offering: A giant portobello mushroom fried up and sliced into wedges like french fries. My mouth is watering just typing this. They are oh-so-good. DAY TWO Scooter day! First things first.. Rent a scooter. This really is a must do. Miami is the first place we've been to where we've been able to rent mopeds without a motorcycle license and it was SO much fun. Like, I can't even tell you how much fun we had. (Though I will say, I was pretttyy scared at first. And rightfully so. We almost fell over twice in our practice ride around the block.. In fact, I'll use this as an opportunity to caution you: BE CAREFUL. And don't decline the helmets, obviously.) Scoot on over.. to News Cafe on Ocean Drive for breakfast. The food wasn't that great, but it's an iconic place and it's by the beach on scenic Ocean Drive, so that's enough for me. Also, little fact for the trivia enthusiasts out there: It's where Gianni Versace had his last meal before he was murdered in front of his house shortly after.. Not sure if he had a meal actually, but he definitely bought some magazines! Anyhow.. Go over the Venetian Causeway to Wynwood Art District. It's a beautiful ride, and Wynwood is a perfect place to acquaint yourself with the Miami hipster scene (if that's the sort of thing you're into). Once you're in Wynwood.. park by Panther coffee, grab a latte, and walk north on 2nd. Along the way you'll run into several interesting galleries and tons of amazing street art. Be sure to keep an eye out for the Wynwood Walls on 26th(ish) St. Some 30 artists came from around the world to create this unique little street art Mecca. After you've wandered around long enough.. to work up an appetite, hop back on your scooter and take it to Enriqueta's Cafe for an amazing Cuban meal, another essential Miami experience. We ordered cafe con leche (which is basically a latte, but a little sweeter and a little more delicious), soupa de pollo, chicken empanadas, and a classic Cuban sandwich. ALL of it was incredibly delicious + eating here seems like something Anthony Bourdain would do, which is a nice legitimizing feeling. Enjoy the long ride back to South Pointe Park.. to watch the sunset. There are several well-respected seafood restaurants on the water here, but we were still full from stuffing our faces at lunch so we just had drinks and sat on the rocks by the water. Cruise down Ocean Drive.. to see the neon lights and all of the wild craziness that is South Beach after dark. Walk down Lincoln Road Mall.. This wasn't our favorite thing, but I suppose it's worth it if you want to be apart of the hustle and bustle and shop at the biggest Forever21 you've ever seen ;) DAY THREE After two full days of Miami exploration, it's time for a day trip. (+ some more quality beach time, of course.) Cry.. because you have to return your beloved moped in the morning. (or keep it a day longer! Hooray!) Have yourself an amazing breakfast.. at Las Olas. Side note: the Cuban restaurants were a little intimidating at first because the menus are entirely in Spanish, and they're all pretty frantic with customers at the same time. Eventually we discovered that you simply can't go wrong with an order of huevos y papas, a couple of Cuban sandwiches, and as many refills of cafe con leche as they will allow. Also empanadas! I still have dreams about this chicken empanada from Las Olas. Spend the rest of your morning/early afternoon.. at the beach! Pack drinks and towels, because I'll just go ahead and tell you that if you want to lay on one of those cute pink beach chairs under a striped umbrella, you'll have to pay $20. Yikes! For your day trip, go gator huntin'! Trust me on this one. We took an airboat tour through the Everglades and I was blown away by how cool it was. Our tour guide was the coolest, too legit backwoods guy with gator-bite scars and missing toes who seemed to have come straight outta the woods from Deliverance. Definitely an authentic and unforgettable experience. Have the nicest dinner of the trip.. at Joe's Stone Crab. Put your name in early and enjoy a stroll around South Pointe Park. We didn't get our name in early enough so we opted to sit on their "appetizer patio" and share appetizers and enjoy some fancy cocktails, which were SO good. Go ahead and splurge on at least one cocktail, you won't regret it. #worthit #treatyoself DAY FOUR Rent bikes.. at one of the hundreds of CitiBike locations along the beach line. You can pay with a card. It charges at an hourly rate. It's easy, it's cheap, it's it. Have yourself yet another amazing Cuban breakfast at Tropical Beach Cafe. We only had 6 short hours on day 4 before we had to catch our plane home, so we made the most of our last day in the sun but I'm listing some things below that we would've done, if we would've had more time. EXTRAS Things to note for our next Miami visit, which is hopefully soon. -Eat more Cuban food! When we go back, we will ONLY eat Cuban food. It is so delicious and authentic and nearly impossible to find in Oklahoma City, so yeah.... I'll have a million Cuban sandwiches and cafe con leches to go, please. -Rent scooters for TWO whole days. It was way too fun to only have for one day. -Go to Coral Gables for brunch and take a cruise through the neighborhoods. We've heard good things about their food and overall cuteness. -Explore Little Havana. -The water was so much bluer than I had imagined and the weather is literally perfect in February. Seriously.. perfection! We stayed in a cute neighborhood somewhat near the beach, but I'll probably start watching for a good deal on a boutique hotel to pop up that's right by the water on South Beach, because that would be dreamy. -Stay an extra day/ never leave! Seriously. Never leave. June 27, 2015 /Kelsey Davis travel, miami, travel guide Travel Comment ? Kelsey Davis Design 2012-2015 Whois

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