Holiday Giving with HP

December 3, 2016


When HP asked me: if you could gift a Spectre 360 to someone special, who would you gift it to and why? The answer was easy for me. My wife is the most empathetic and selfless person I know. She is constantly thinking about other people and putting them first. And having a baby hasn’t changed that at all. She gives our baby 100% all the time even when it gets really difficult. She is also trying to start her own business in between naps and bedtime, and the occasional grandma/grandpa time. I thought that by gifting her this computer it would help get her more on her way to what she wants while making it a bit more convenient to work and play on the computer.

Hat | Shirt | Jeans | Boots | Watch | Computer

One of the unique features she particularly loves on the Spectre 360 is the ability to transform it from a traditional laptop into a tablet just by flipping the screen over. This makes it super easy for her to watch videos or do some casual web browsing and it’s great not to have to have two separate devices for this. The vibrant 13″ display makes it a joy, too.

The fact that it only weighs about 3 pounds makes it super easy to carry around, especially with a baby in tow. And it sits so nice on a table next to some coffee and toast.

In the same way that HP was trying to #ReinventObsession, during this holiday season they want to #ReinventGiving. Check out this super emotional short film they made about it. I want that room! Now you have the chance to win a Spectre x360 to share with someone on your holiday list! All you have to do to enter is comment #ReinventGivingSweepstakes on THIS INSTAGRAM POST.

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This post is in partnership with HP.

Rainy Day Train Ride to LA

December 2, 2016

I was up in LA last weekend for a shoot downtown. It was quite a rainy day and I took the train up from San Diego. I am so excited to be able to wear my jackets again because I loaded up on them when we lived in New York but I haven’t really been able to use them as often as I’d like. I also recently decided to really narrow down my wardrobe, particularly my shirts, so I bought a whole bunch from J. Crew Factory because they have my favorite fit and styles. This heavyweight plaid is perfect for this weather! And I love the colors. And I also listed a bunch of stuff “from my closet” on my store and I plan to list A LOT more soon and hopefully have an in-person sale in the coming weeks! I also wore my new custom Wolverine 1000 Mile boots, which are quickly becoming a fav. And the places I went in LA: Blacktop Coffee, Eat.Drink.Americano.

Early Morning in Yosemite

November 30, 2016

For Thanksgiving we headed up to the mountains to be with my wife’s family. They happen to live right by Yosemite so of course we had to pop in and check it out. Because our baby wakes up around 6am we had a head start on everyone else so there weren’t a lot of cars on the road. And we were able to catch the morning frost and the sun coming up over the mountains in the east. I was so excited for this trip because I was finally able to wear this vintage cord jacket that I got like 6 months ago. It worked wonderfully.

Jacket: Vintage – Captain’s Helm – $40 (similar)
Sweater: Textured Cable-Knit Sweater in Golden Ticket – Old Navy – $40
Jeans: Built-In Flex Skinny Jeans in Rinse – Old Navy – $28
Boots: Custom Wolverine 1000 Mile (c/o)
Hat: Luke Fedora in EJ Gray – Yellow 108 – $70

Guest Room for the Holidays

November 27, 2016

Now that we have a baby the holidays have become a bit complicated. Every family member wants to see him on every holiday; which isn’t so easy when people live all over the place. So without a doubt, this holiday season will bring us many a-houseguest. Luckily we have the space, well, sort of. We decided to convert this little room that we have been using for our son’s play room into a guest room for the next month or so. It fits a bed, a little table, and that’s about it. It’s the perfect size for when you want people to stay, but not for very long 🙂 Of course, we needed to get a new mattress for the room so we turned to Tuft & Needle. We hadn’t tried out the mattress before, but we heard nothing but good stuff about them. And, sure enough, it’s awesome! It’s the perfect balance of soft and hard, with the best part of memory foam: no transfer of motion! After the holidays we are definitely going to swap our mattress for the Tuft & Needle. Or maybe even sooner. Perhaps we’ll list the room on AirBnB too. Who’s coming?

New Phone (Case), Who Dis?

November 18, 2016

Every couple of years Apple decides to change the design of the iPhone, so every couple of years case makers have to come up with new designs to fit the new phone. I bet that gets pretty annoying for them. Luckily Incipio stays on top of things. They released this sleek tweed looking case, which is actually very reminiscent of the first case I ever had for my iPhone 3G! Remember when we thought that phone was amazing? I love a snap on case like this that is still pretty thin… my pants are tight enough as it is with these giant phones. Plus this case fits right in with my wardrobe and other tech. You can grab it at Verizon online and Verizon stores. If you’re looking for a new case for that new iPhone 7, check it out.

Camera is the Olympus M10.

This post is in partnership with Incipio.

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