OC looks at OC life
A collection of my works


Here you’ll find various articles for many Southern California magazines that I’m fortunate enough to contribute to, as well as resort writing I do for the Irvine Company.

I write for Pelican Hill Magazine, bask Magazine, OC Register Magazines and have written stories for
CBSLA, Laguna Beach Magazine and more.

Click the pdfs to take a read, and thank you for
stopping by.

(You can also see my ad agency writings at DebbieLavdas.com.)

Pelican Hill Magazine

“The Golden Touch” “The Golden Touch”
Pelican Hill Magazine summer 2014 issue
"With a gentle hand on your back, the therapist escorts you into the Spa, where you’re assured that you won’t be lifting a finger. Back in the candlelit treatment room, you relish the summer's unique Lavender Body Gelato treatment of blissful botanicals. Afterwards, you’re invited to unwind further in the Tuscan-inspired Aqua Colonnade relaxation area and treated with a scoop of handmade lavender gelato."--by Debbie Lavdas

A Conversation with Greg McLaughlin A Conversation with Greg McLaughlin
Pelican Hill Magazine winter 2013 issue
"As President and CEO of the Tiger Woods Corporation, which comprises the Tiger Woods Event Corporation and Foundation, Greg McLaughlin spearheads one of the most successful endeavors ever undertaken by a professional athlete. He also has been friends with the world’s number one golfer for more than two decades." --By Debbie Lavdas

“What’s hot in tying the knot” “What’s hot in tying the knot”
Pelican Hill Magazine Fall 2013
Inspired by social media and pop culture, today's brides hashtag their weddings, brainstorm on Pinterest, don multiple dresses and request custom-designed dance floors. The white-hot wedding trends are generating some of the most lavish ceremonies. "Spending is indeed trending in weddings again," said Colin Cowie, the popular lifestyle guru of glamour and elegance.--By Debbie Lavdas

“Diamond in the rough” “Diamond in the rough”
Pelican Hill Magazine Summer 2013 issue - The Retreat
"As a spa enthusiast, I've experienced a range of unusual treatments, from free-floating massage wraps to Reiki rain therapy to cayenne pepper facials But as I watched the nail-care expert prepare for my recent mani-pedi at The Spa at Pelican Hill• by pulling on three sets of gloves--one on top of the other--! felt a slight wave of apprehension."--By Debbie Lavdas

“Explore Newport Harbor in Style” “Explore Newport Harbor in Style”
Pelican Hill Magazine - Spring issue 2013 - The Retreat
After pushing off from the dock,you take the helm of the stylish electric boat. Simply throttle forward to meander effortlessly among Newport Harbor’s most scenic and coveted communities. Sunglasses on, friends in tow, you are now the captain of your own mini-cruise.--by Debbie Lavdas

Resort Properties--Irvine Company writing

Oak Creek Golf Club events brochure Oak Creek Golf Club events brochure
The secluded, serene location of Oak Creek Golf Club® is a hidden gem amongst Southern California venues. Warm and inviting, it is the perfect place to host a variety of indoor or outdoor gatherings, from private parties and intimate weddings to large social soirees and corporate events.

The Villas at Pelican Hill brochure The Villas at Pelican Hill brochure
Villas Extended Stay brochure (winter 2012)
The Villas at Pelican Hill. The Resort at Pelican Hill sits perched upon 504 acres of the most exquisite land anywhere on earth. Striking columns and porticos usher in fresh Pacific breezes and the natural grandeur of the ocean and view of Catalina Island are constant, soothing companions.

Island Club at Island Hotel Island Club at Island Hotel
brochure resort writing, Fall 2013
Relax, unwind and enjoy carefree coastal views as you settle into the Island Club atop Island Hotel. Situated on the 20th floor, it offers sweeping vistas of the Newport Beach coastline and harbor.

Golf Pavilion at Pelican Hill Golf Pavilion at Pelican Hill
Golf Pavilion at Pelican Hill guide (Summer 2013)
It’s the perfect new venue for events of all types. The new Golf Pavilion at Pelican Hill® blends the beautiful surroundings of a Five-Star, Five-Diamond Resort property with generous event space to host an array of gatherings from large social parties and group functions to seamless pre- and post-golf outings.

Club Latitude at Pelican Hill Club Latitude at Pelican Hill
Club Latitude at Pelican Hill brochure, Summer 2013
Club Latitude. Teens only. Enjoy the right to do what you like. With all kinds of things to do and an attitude of no worries, it’s like no other resort scene for teens. There are fun getaways and private perks, too. Come as you are, and welcome to Latitude.

bask Magazine

“All-American Road Trip to the America’s Cup” “All-American Road Trip to the America’s Cup”
bask Magazine Fall 2013 issue - travel feature
A journey to a race as worthy as the America’s Cup, which lays claim to the oldest trophy in international sport and the hardest to win, should be as rewarding as the destination itself. So with the uncommon respites of a lush, tropical land and a retreat of a bygone time where bagpipes play at sunset at a castle on the coast, we made our way to the world’s greatest sailing race to be held in the challenging tides of the City by the Bay. --By Debbie Lavdas

“New Neighborhood Nest” “New Neighborhood Nest”
bask Magazine Summer 2013 issue
"Palihouse Santa Monica debuts its latest boutique of beach lodge luxe. It’s sure to be a summer of style and relaxation now that Palihouse has moved into the neighborhood. Nestled within the residential streets of Santa Monica, this new beach chic destination offers a one-of-a-kind stay with easy beach access for business and leisure travelers and locals."--By Debbie Lavdas

“New Seven to Hit SoCo” “New Seven to Hit SoCo”
bask Magazine Summer 2013 issue
Trendy SoCo adds seven contenders to its unconventional collection. In the often overglamorized and less free-form land of Orange County, it’s good to have a place like SoCo—earthy, quirky, untried, yet high-end. It’s a bit of a spiritual retail cleanse, a community retreat, and the progressive collection of boutiques, eateries, and design showrooms keeps getting more interesting.--By Debbie Lavdas

“In the Kitchen with Katy” “In the Kitchen with Katy”
bask Magazine Spring 2013 issue
She’s gutsy, bubbly, fit, speaks Chinese and charmed fans on Food Network Star, season 7. Food and Fitness Coach Katy Clark, 36, is buzzing about Southern California hosting healthy cooking classes and sharing her fitness secrets. --by Debbie Lavdas

“Holiday Your Way” “Holiday Your Way”
bask Magazine, Winter 2012 online exclusive
Celebrate the season in fine culinary fashion with fabulous restaurants selected to match a variety of Southern California lifestyles. --By Debbie Lavdas

Winter 2011 issue-Get to Know SOCO Winter 2011 issue-Get to Know SOCO
bask Magazine
Tired of the same old haunt? Discover a new scene to shop, eat and stroll–any day of the week.

Winter 2011 issue-bask Animal Lover column, Holiday Pet Prep Winter 2011 issue-bask Animal Lover column, Holiday Pet Prep
bask Magazine
To get the fur 411, bask caught up with Dr. Wheaton. Also included a list of favorite virtual vets.

Fall Issue 2011- SkinFood & Danny Sullivan Fall Issue 2011- SkinFood & Danny Sullivan
bask Magazine
Check out my story on SkinFood: OC's newest tasty skin line. As well as my interview with Danny Sullivan: OC's secret tech guru who hangs with the Google guys, Zuckerberg and more.

Summer Issue 2011- PSO’s Maxim Eshkenazy, bask Brief Summer Issue 2011- PSO’s Maxim Eshkenazy, bask Brief
bask Magazine
He’s more blue jeans and t-shirt than maestro tux and tails. Meet Pacific Symphony's Maxim Eshkenazy. And read my bask Brief bits.

Spring Issue 2011-Food Network’s Chef Marcela & celebrity builder John Finton Spring Issue 2011-Food Network’s Chef Marcela & celebrity builder John Finton
bask Magazine
Food Network's Chef Marcela mixes a mean margarita and talks with me for bask. I also catch up with Material Guy John Finton, builder to J.Lo's pad (and everyone else).

Winter Issue 2010-Holiday home decor & OCMA curator Sarah Bancroft Winter Issue 2010-Holiday home decor & OCMA curator Sarah Bancroft
bask Magazine
Have a merry mod holiday with the help of various OC design experts. Also I go for a visit to the home of the museum curator Sarah Bancroft.

Laguna Beach Magazine

Relax & Renew Relax & Renew
Laguna Beach Magazine, February 2013
"Laguna Beach is a land of beautiful places, people and some of the finest spas along the West Coast. Behind those healthy glows are the latest spa advancements, from facials and scrubs to manis, pedis and polishes." -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Year In Review” “Year In Review”
Laguna Beach Magazine, December 2012 issue
Laguna Beach Magazine takes a look back at 2012—the good, the bad and the funny.-- By Debbie Lavdas Distilling a year in Laguna Beach down to a few pages in a magazine is much like choosing just one Rooftop mojito on a cocktail menu of many worthy choices.

“Gay Heyday” “Gay Heyday”
Laguna Beach Magazine, December 2012
Laguna Beach Magazine takes an introspective look at gay life in Laguna Beach and how the town dramatically changed over the years.-- By Debbie Lavdas

“Designed to Wow” “Designed to Wow”
Laguna Beach Magazine design issue Oct./Nov. 2012
Take a peek inside five Laguna Beach dream homes with over-the-top features that surprise and inspire. ... They say one’s home is one’s castle, or in this case, one’s Bat Cave or Rock House. From a secret car elevator/art-installation to a rock star kitchen to a stately library, the rooms in these five phenomenal Laguna Beach homes wow with function and clever style. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Gourmet Ink” “Gourmet Ink”
Laguna Beach Magazine September/October 2012 cover story
Gourmet Ink Local chefs take their creativity beyond the plate, explaining the inspiration behind their personaized body art. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Decades at the Dirty Bird” “Decades at the Dirty Bird”
Laguna Beach Magazine September/October issue
The legendary Sandpiper is turning 70, and we’ve got the dirt on the bird. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“The Rising Stars of Surf” “The Rising Stars of Surf”
Laguna Beach Magazine
Past pros dish the straight story on today’s talent and the next generation of surfers. Will the next big name in surf come out of Laguna? One thing’s for sure: The scene today is very different than it was in the past, and some nearby towns like Huntington have a more competitive scene. But with many big names in the surfing world mentoring the next generation, there are still plenty of up-and-coming groms to watch.

“Schooled In The Arts” “Schooled In The Arts”
Laguna Beach Magazine June 2012 issue
An inside look, from stage to sculpture, at how small-town Laguna Beach inspires big-time dreams for its high-school-aged artists—and those even younger. -- By Debbie Lavdas

OC Metro Magazine

OC Metro Travel feature - Montage Beverly Hills OC Metro Travel feature - Montage Beverly Hills
OC Metro Magazine, December 2012 issue
You can tell a great deal about a hotel by the people you meet in its elevators, especially from what the people are wearing.

Newport Beach Magazine

“The Look in Less” “The Look in Less”
Newport Beach Magazine, February 2013
"Could a lunchtime Vampire FaceLift or liquid facial rejuvenation be right for you? How about some quick CoolSculpting or Thermigen Radiofrequency? The newest beauty trends in Newport Beach and beyond focus on less-invasive treatments with less downtime." --By Debbie Lavdas

Bespoke Magazine (for St. Regis resorts)

“New Year, Renewed You” “New Year, Renewed You”
Bespoke Magazine, Winter 2012, Spa Gaucin feature
Ring in a revitalized, new you at The St. Regis Monarch Beach's Spa Gaucin with seasonal treatments, fitness classes and healthy cuisine. -- By Debbie Lavdas

Paradise at the Pool Paradise at the Pool
Bespoke Magazine - Fall 2012 cover story
The seductive Monarch Beach pool culture is ideal any season with a trio of saltwater pools, breathtaking views, palatial fountains and relaxed outdoor dining.-- By Debbie Lavdas

OC Register Family Magazine

“A world away: Carmel Valley Ranch” “A world away: Carmel Valley Ranch”
OC Register Family Magazine travel feature - July 2014
"Secluded in the forests of the Santa Lucia Mountains, Carmel Valley Ranch offers a sophisticated retreat rooted in nature. Mere moments after driving onto the property, we were greeted with the sights of three wandering deer."--by Debbie Lavdas

“A resort for all ages” “A resort for all ages”
OC Register Family Magazine travel feature - May 2014
"Tucked away on the O.C. coast, Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa offers fun for the whole family. On a picturesque Saturday afternoon, my daughter and I checked in to the inviting red-roofed Victorian-style Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa, set high on the bluffs above Dana Point."

“Island time at Paradise Point” “Island time at Paradise Point”
OC Register Family Magazine travel feature - March 2014
"As my family and I strolled to dinner – meandering through lush pathways and waterfall lagoons, and guided by tiki torches – there was a relaxed ease to our steps, and vacation smiles abounded. It was a charmed day on the island, complete with jet skiing, bike riding and beach time. To top off the night, we’d light a bonfre, relax in Adirondack chairs and let the s’mores take shape." --By Debbie Lavdas

“Escape to Estancia” “Escape to Estancia”
OC Register Family Magazine travel feature - Jan. 2014
"I can’t remember the last time I slept in past 6 a.m., dove into a pool with careless regard for my locks or had a glass of wine while leisurely chit-chatting with a wine steward – as if I had all the time in the world. But I did, and I enjoyed every second of it during my weekend away at a serene Spanish oasis." --By Debbie Lavdas

“Beach Bungalow Getaway” “Beach Bungalow Getaway”
OC Register Family Magazine travel feature - Dec. 2013
"The eight of us, hit the road for a day away with little more than the clothes on our backs. We were traveling light with carefree spirits, as we headed down the idyllic Laguna Canyon Road to celebrate two family birthdays. Our group of kids, ranging in age from 2 to 22, was comprised of sisters, cousins, and beach girls and boys who love their beach toys. Within moments, we effortlessly acclimated into our very edgy digs, named Fox Head." -- By Debbie Lavdas

“A boo-tiful Halloween” “A boo-tiful Halloween”
OC Register Family Magazine cover story - Oct. 2013
"There’s no trick to adding style, charm and frightful fun to this season. We show you how!" --By Debbie Lavdas

“Set the scene for a backyard movie party” “Set the scene for a backyard movie party”
OC Register Family Magazine-July 2013 issue - At Home
Add flair to your summer nights. Event designer Jesi Haack shows you how. --by Debbie Lavdas

“Celebrate spring with a garden party” “Celebrate spring with a garden party”
OC Register Family Magazine April 2013 issue -- At Home
Designer Molly Wood shows how to cozy up your backyard for entertaining. -- by Debbie Lavdas

“A queen fit for the night” “A queen fit for the night”
OC Register Family Magazine April 2013 issue -- Hit the Road travel feature
This floating hotel is rich with elegance, history and adventure worthy of a genuine ghost story. -- by Debbie Lavdas

“Lively, loving Wendy Nielsen” “Lively, loving Wendy Nielsen”
OC Register Family Magazine April 2013 issue "How Does She Do It" column
A busy mom, writer, blogger and breast cancer survivor, she is all about living life fearlessly. -- by Debbie Lavdas

“It Mom Sarah James” “It Mom Sarah James”
OC Family Magazine March 2013 issue
She's here, there, everywhere. Pop beauty Sarah James shares her secrets to staying on top of it all. -- by Debbie Lavdas

“Ready Your Young Reader” “Ready Your Young Reader”
OC Family Magazine, December 2012 issue
It's never too early to start your children reading. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Talk To Me” “Talk To Me”
OC Family Magazine December 2012 issue
Teach your baby sign language to create a quantum leap of communication. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Explore The Waldorf Way” “Explore The Waldorf Way”
OC Family Magazine November 2012 issue
The fast-growing educational approach is on the rise in Orange County. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“11 Best Baby Finds” “11 Best Baby Finds”
If you're expecting a little one soon, put these items on your holiday wish list. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Halloween How To” “Halloween How To”
OC Family Magazine cover story Oct. 2012
All things Halloween in OC. Your guide to the best tips and tricks for a wicked-good time this holiday season

“Another baby after 40?” “Another baby after 40?”
OC Family Magazine September 2012 issue
Take pleasure in the many joys of having a baby later in life. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Form and function make the grade” “Form and function make the grade”
OC Family Magazine May 2012 feature story
Hip. Tech. Fashion-forward. It’s all good news for the new school year. -- By Debbie Lavdas Looking for the latest, greatest goods for your kidsfor fall? Here you’ll fnd cutting-edge gizmos, head-turning fashions and helpful apps.

“Torticollis: options and treatment” “Torticollis: options and treatment”
OC Family Magazine August 2012 issue - column
Is this a cosmetic condition or something far more serious? -- By Debbie Lavdas

“On-Trend Toddlers” “On-Trend Toddlers”
OC Family Magazine August 2012 issue
We found some fun designers who are creating great looks for little kids. -- By Debbie Lavdas This month, we take a look at top toddler fashions –everything from party dresses and timeless designs to the latest lids and mix-match shoes. Your tot will be totally on-trend and stylin’.

“Just the two of us” “Just the two of us”
OC Family Magazine April Toddler column
Spend special alone time with your child. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Keep talking” “Keep talking”
OC Family Magazine May 2012 column
Summer is the ideal time to continue developing your child’s speech and fne-motor skills. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Baby Got Style” “Baby Got Style”
OC Family Magazine May issue
The temps are up, and it’s so fun to keep your little one looking so ‘this season.’ I’ve gathered some of my favorite hot fnds here. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Pets, please!” “Pets, please!”
OC Family Magazine April column
The joy of raising animals can start in the early years. -- By Debbie Lavdas

“Grin and bear it” “Grin and bear it”
OC Family Magazine April 2012
Find the funny, so you can laugh of the trying times. -- By Debbie Lavdas

OC Family Magazine Travel Feature 2012 OC Family Magazine Travel Feature 2012
OC Family Magazine
"Planning the ultimate family vacation." Best getaways from Paris to San Diego, plus apps, tips and sites.

“15 favorite finds for baby” “15 favorite finds for baby”
OC Family Magazine January 2012 feature
The latest gear for your little ones.

“The Grand Del Mar” travel feature “The Grand Del Mar” travel feature
OC Family Magazine Dec. 2011 Travel
The San Diego Resort dons its holiday finest. -- By Debbie Lavdas

Hit the Road- Terranea Resort Hit the Road- Terranea Resort
OC Family Magazine July 2011 travel spotlight
My getaway to Terranea Resort, Palos Verdes. Plot a course north to experience this luxurious, world-class refuge.

Digital Moms-Tamra Barney, Kiana Tom & more Digital Moms-Tamra Barney, Kiana Tom & more
OC Family Magazine
Tamra Barney, Kiana Tom & more OC moms talk their daily digital lives with me.

CBS Los Angeles

Huntley Hotel, A Luxurious Oasis in Santa Monica Huntley Hotel, A Luxurious Oasis in Santa Monica
cbsLA.com
There are many luxe places to stay in Santa Monica, but few compare to The Huntley. Located one block from the beach and Third Street Promenade, The Huntley is a modern mix of the unexpected.

cbsla - La Jolla’s Grande Hotel – a Classic, Stylish Getaway cbsla - La Jolla’s Grande Hotel – a Classic, Stylish Getaway
cbsLA.com
It’s rare that you find a hotel as historically classic and stylishly contemporary as the Grande Colonial. Located downtown in the quaint seaside village of La Jolla—just steps from the beach and 20 minutes from San Diego—this Four Diamond hotel is a luxurious, upscale juxtaposition of old and new.

cbsla - Say “Ahhh” at Pelican Hill « CBS Los Angeles cbsla - Say “Ahhh” at Pelican Hill « CBS Los Angeles
CBSLA.com
Do the clouds move slower overhead at Pelican Hill? Do the palms sway more gently? Has nature, too, submitted to the spell of Pelican Hill’s perfectly relaxed pace? The Resort at Pelican Hill is among the most exceptional escapes you won’t soon forget, and one you’ll hope to again return to. It has a remarkable level of comfort and ease for such renowned luxury and presence.

cbsla - Best Boutique Hotel Group Getaway « CBS Los Angeles cbsla - Best Boutique Hotel Group Getaway « CBS Los Angeles
CBSLA.com
Bring your whole brood, book all 14 hotel rooms and have an unforgettable coastal bridal bash, a charmed family reunion, an enchanted anniversary, a chill company soiree, … you get the inn idea. This lovely, quiet and quaint boutique hotel, dubbed one of Condé Nast Traveler’s Top 50 Small Hotels in the U.S., is an ideal place to retreat to with your closest friends and family.

cbsla - Southland’s Best Theme Park Hotel: Grand Californian Hotel & Spa cbsla - Southland’s Best Theme Park Hotel: Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
CBSLA.com
It’s grand in stature, has elegant ease, offers a prime pool scene, has an exotic Bali spa and hosts rich dining. It’s the antithesis of everything you might expect of a hotel inside a theme park. It’s the Nemo to Dory, Woody to Buzz, Minnie to Mickey—the yin to the yang in an often ADD world of whirling, animated neon attractions.

cbsla - Swankiest Pool Cabanas in Orange County cbsla - Swankiest Pool Cabanas in Orange County
CBSLA.com
It’s so rough living in Orange County with the gorgeous coastal views, stunning resorts and perfect weather, so why would you rough it in anything other than a fully appointed cabana at the beach or pool? We checked out five of the swankiest cabanas in Orange County—just in time to get you set for summer. Think extra-luxurious fun in the sun with the ultra-indulgent amenities. Each of our five favorites has their own unique style, from private baths, day beds and Beach Sherpas to flat screen TVs with Netflix to stocked refrigerators, recessed lighting and amazing cuisine. So which cabana to choose? Ahh, decisions.

cbsla - Field Trip: Viceroy Palm Springs cbsla - Field Trip: Viceroy Palm Springs
CBSLA.com
You can set your GPS to arrive at 415 South Belardo Road, but chances are you’ll still blow right past the Viceroy two or three times before you ever spot it. Instead of the address, look for the black Rovers and Jaguars near the one simple valet umbrella, and you’ll have arrived. This first subtle introduction to the Viceroy Palm Springs is telling of its low-profile ways. The resort is private and surprising with an often unspoken guest list of Who’s Who.

cbsla - Ultimate Family Beach Vacation/ Ritz Carlton Laguna Niguel cbsla - Ultimate Family Beach Vacation/ Ritz Carlton Laguna Niguel
CBSLA.com
The oceanfront Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel has always been the epitome of an elegant couple’s escape, but did you know it is also ideal for a family vacation? It’s refreshingly worlds apart from upscale resorts where children are subliminally suggested to be seen, but not heard.

Best Luxury Spring Break Getaway: St. Regis Monarch Beach Best Luxury Spring Break Getaway: St. Regis Monarch Beach
CBSLA.com
The Tuscan-inspired resort is a slice of heaven in Dana Point. It’s effortless, indulging, exclusive and beachside-beautiful in a modern palatial way. What better way to get away for a much-needed Spring fling?

Travel Spotlight on the exclusive San Ysidro Ranch Travel Spotlight on the exclusive San Ysidro Ranch
CBSLA.com
At check-in, you start to get a sense of the legendary nature of this century-old hotel. A framed photo of The Kennedys honeymooning on the property hangs by the oversized stone fireplace, and news clippings of guests from Winston Churchill to Audrey Hepburn decorate the walls

Best Out-of-Towner Hot Spots Best Out-of-Towner Hot Spots
CBSLA.com
You can’t wait for your guests to arrive … or maybe you can. Here’s a list of great Orange County spots that will have them J for Jealous and longing to live here, as well as one place that may sending them packing—just in time before anyone overstays their welcome.

Do you know the new trendy Shorebreak Hotel in Huntington Beach? Do you know the new trendy Shorebreak Hotel in Huntington Beach?
CBSLA.com
What to bring: your skinny jeans, Red Bull, Black Fly wraparounds, a pup, and cool kids if you got ‘em. The Shorebreak, open just under three years, is a surfer-chic hip hotel located on The Strand in Huntington Beach.

Michael Jackson Cirque Show Hits OC & LA Michael Jackson Cirque Show Hits OC & LA
CBSLA.com
My CBSLA coverage of the MJ Cirque du Soleil show when it hit The Honda Center.

South Coast Winery Resort & Spa Feature South Coast Winery Resort & Spa Feature
CBSLA.com
A recent story on the Temecula getaway.

Surf and Sand Spa Surf and Sand Spa
CBSLA.com
My spotlight on the 'Best Facials in OC': the Surf and Sand Spa.

Orange Coast Magazine & more

Fit & It-Bravo’s Real Housewife Fernanda Rocha Fit & It-Bravo’s Real Housewife Fernanda Rocha
Orange Coast Magazine
I sit down first with Bravo's OC Real Housewife Fernanda Rocha.

Little Laguna Artists-Pure Light spotight Little Laguna Artists-Pure Light spotight
Coast Kids
Do you know this creative candle studio?