March 28, 2017
advice articles

Where We Are Going

We can’t just stay cooped up in our apartment all day. So here’s a place for us to share with you all of the places that we go, and for us to share with you stuff about our trips that don’t necessarily make it into the videos.

Thoughts on Europe

“How was Europe?” “Where did you go?” “What did you see?” “Did you enjoy it?” “What was your favorite part?” Since we got back from Europe, there has been an onslaught of questions like these, and each time I felt bad giving an answer; I didn’t think I had had enough time to seriously process the trip and what it ... Read More »

European Meetups!!!

You guys have been asking us for weeks, and we’ve kept delaying and delaying. We didn’t want to announce any dates until we were absolutely certain. We also wanted to give you guys some time to start organizing your own Facebook groups. The point was to choose as central of locations as we could to make it easy for you ... Read More »

Going Home for the Holidays

I’m sure you guys are aware by now that Will and I went home for the holidays to visit our respective parents in Florida for Christmas, both Will’s in Tallahassee and mine in Tampa. After all, we are daily vloggers, so you guys came along for the ride with us for the entire week. You got to see us hang ... Read More »

New York City

Don’t tell RJ, but I’ve been thinking a lot recently about another visit to New York City. It’s been almost a year since we went there last (I’ll embed some videos below), and I miss it so much. To be honest, I think I’m made more for New York City than Los Angeles – NYC seems more work oriented while ... Read More »

Yosemite National Park

When I was 16, I had the awesome opportunity to travel to California for a school field trip that explored San Francisco, Sequoia and Redwood National Forests, Santa Cruz, Monterrey, and last but not least, Yosemite National Park. Yosemite was by FAR my favorite part of the entire excursion and, although we don’t have any immediate plans on visiting, I ... Read More »

Runyon Canyon

To me, Runyon Canyon illustrates, pretty perfectly, one of my favorite parts about living in LA. Despite developing a reputation for being a shallow, vain, and superficial town, LA has natural beauty to it that tends to get glossed over by all of the neon lights and broken dreams. Luckily, when you live in Hollywood, you don’t really have to ... Read More »

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