She Loves Homes


For the majority of my restless youth, I always dreamed of leaving. I was determined to launch myself the hell out of my hometown and into new places, towards different and "better" things. Well, I did that. I went off to university at UC Berkeley and earned... Continue Reading →

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A Newcomer’s Case for Suburban Living

No matter your age, career, or income, when reflecting upon your ideal living situation, one question is always bound to come up: city or suburbs? After ditching my hometown for the thrill of living in Los Angeles (which, to be clear,... Continue Reading →

Recipe: Vanilla Protein Waffles

Now I stand by my protein pancake batter recipe, but for some silly reason, I felt insanely compelled to adjust it for protein waffles. It probably had something to do with the fact that I impulse-bought this ADORABLE little waffle iron from Amazon,... Continue Reading →

Optimizing Your Bedroom for Quality Sleep: 4 Quick Tips

Sleeping badly blows. No one's going to argue with that. And whether your current goals revolve around productivity in business, fitness, or just general well-being and peace-of-mind, a good night's sleep will make a world of difference in your day.  Plus, a restful sleeping... Continue Reading →

4 Fun & Easy Tips for Green Living

Sometimes doing a solid for the environment is much easier than planting a forest or making your own compost. Here are a few completely doable environment-friendly activities that will be just as enjoyable and good for YOU as they will be... Continue Reading →

3 Good Habits for Future Home Owners

Congratulations! You've at last reached the point where you're fed up with throwing money at the anti-investment that is rent, and you're ready to get comfortable and begin planning to purchase a home. Whether you're planning to put the standard 20% down on your home, or... Continue Reading →

Recipe: Tuesday-Worthy Taco Salad 🌮

When you need something to keep you FAR away from Taco Bell on Tuesday night (or every night if you're a freak about Mexican food like me), this hits the spot.

The Perks of a Pet-Friendly Home

According to a national survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association, 65% of U.S. households owned a pet in 2015-16. This equates to 79.7 millions homes, and substantially more than half of America's households. So while typically most realtors would advise homeowners to... Continue Reading →

Self-improvement: 5 Hacks for Creating Good Habits

Do something good for yourself, and turn the good things you do for yourself into habits with these little tips. 1. Replace a bad habit with a good one. This has been such a game-changing strategy for me. Rather than trying to... Continue Reading →

7 Ways to Improve Your At-Home Workspace

According to a report conducted by Global Workforce Analytics, at least 50% of the US workforce now holds a job that is compatible with at least partial telework, and approximately 20-25% of the workforce teleworks at some frequency. These numbers are expected to... Continue Reading →

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