10 Things I Can’t Live Without

Have you all checked out the trailer for the upcoming film 10 CLOVERFIELD LN? It looks like a goooood date night movie! The official plot hasn’t really been revealed but from what I can tell,  the characters are either stuck, hiding, or passing the time in an underground bunker. They have puzzles, cards and some disgusting looking sandwiches. This all made me think of 10 things (other than food) that I I can’t live without.  Drum roll please…

Top-10-End of-the-World Survival List

  1. My family
  2. Album of family photos
  3. Crafting Supplies
  4. Mirror and tweezers
  5. Personal Hygiene Products
  6. My wedding ring
  7. Chocolate
  8. Tablet
  9. Blanket
  10. My dog “Bruno”

Have you ever thought about what you absolutely can’t live without? Those who live in Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and San Francisco will get VIP seats at exclusive screenings of the film just by joining the conversation in the comment section!

Check out the trailer and let me know what’s on your list!

See you at the movies!


Summer Camp for Future Innovators

Summer is only a few months away, and because we had such a blast last Summer,  I’m super excited about our fun days ahead. I like to incorporate educational components into our playtime, and because Ji is only two years old, most of what we do is a learning experience. That may not be the case with older kids, who think they have seen it all,  but not to worry, because you have just discovered Camp Galileo! A perfect place for your kids to experience Summer camp and learn at the same time.


Since 2002, Galileo has been shaping a new generation of innovators by teaching kids to explore, make mistakes and create without fear! Drawing from the innovation process inspired by the Stanford  Galileo’s  curriculum packs serious substance and sparks kids’ imagination from pre-k through 8th grade.

I’ve expressed many times before that my dream is that my daughter grow up to be an independent,  humble yet confident adult. During our playtime I  let her be  the little girl that she is, I allow her to use her imagination, touch, experiment, and make mistakes that she will learn from and will build her self-esteem. This is why I believe innovation education is important,  a transformative summer program like Galileo camp, shapes kids to become more confident and successful when they head back to school.

Galileo has over 50 of locations to choose from, including many in Los Angeles, Orange County, Bay Area and Chicago.

By signing up before February 29th you will be eligible for the Early Bird Savings. You will also be offered an exclusive discount of $40 off a week of Galileo Camp using code 2016BOLD regardless of when you sign up.

I’ve had family members joke around and call my house a baby boot camp because of the way I’m able to play, interact, or calm a baby. However, I have no plans on opening up camp mamacita in the foreseeable future, so I recommend that you check out Camp Galileo for your future innovators!