Going from living in the Big Apple of New York City and working a corporate job to chasing sunsets + dancing with waves in Costa Rica, my daily wardrobe has gone from high heels and pencil skirts to flip-flops and bikinis. Living in a hot, tropical climate almost year round requires gear that is going to last because the climate here is unforgiving AND there is no Amazon Prime to easily get new gear!
After living in Costa Rica for almost six years and putting gear to the ultimate tropical test, I definitely have a short list of favorite must haves for your tropical surf trip...or your tropical adventure sans surfing too!
So just in case you were wondering what to pack for your next tropical (surf) adventure or tricks of a surfer chick, check out my recommendations and tips below from my blog post featured on the Sea Together blog! (For more details and specific products I recommend, head on over to the blog post on Sea Together!)
**Sea Together is an annual, creative print publication featuring the stories, opinions, and creativity of women surfers around the world.**
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September 10, 2021
If you're still working from home because of the 'Rona, how about this for a silver lining....
You don't have to worry about “fitting in” with all the other gray cubicles at work with your home office setup.
Click here to read how you can bring your happy place beach vibes to you while you work!
August 06, 2021
With all the preparations for this gallery event, from print selection to framing, I couldn’t help but share with you some tips, framing sources, and tricks I’ve learned over the years!
Click here to read them!
July 30, 2021
Rainy Season > Dry Season
Yes, I said it!
I prefer Rainy Season in Costa Rica over Dry Season...and if you love breathtaking sunsets as much as I do, then you will too!
(How about that for some rhyming... 😉😂)
So why is Rainy Season better than Dry Season in Costa Rica?
Because Rainy Season = magical sunset season in Costa Rica!
In other words, rain squalls + clouds set the stage for dramatic sunsets just like this...