[oomph.] eats. surfers coffee.

weekday mornings are pretty routine when it comes to breakfast, and i'm ok with that...oatmeal, toast with almond butter, fruit and yogurt. but every once in a while, i crave a good different breakfast.

on this day, we headed to surfers coffee, not far from home, for mochas + açaí bowls and decided to try their mochi waffle. it was so good. i tend to associate mochi with sweets and desserts, so i wasn't sure what to expect for a breakfast food, but it had the perfect amount of chewiness and sweetness served simply with honey and a sprinkle of powdered sugar. this time, we shared one. next time, i'm getting my own!

what's something different you tried lately...
a new dish? a new place?

nothing better than that first sip of coffee, amiright?

at first glance, i thought it was a small portion, but it ended up being just enough with a coffee or smoothie. 

this is their medium açaí bowl, perfectly portioned. it comes with honey, granola and bananas...i added strawberries.  

full and happy.

(aloha sweatshirt, bikinibird; Zara leather woven bag; Levi's denim shorts)

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the white jumpsuit.

not gonna lie. kind of having a love affair with white. 

i've always loved whites...the crisp white shirt, the structured white shorts, the summery white dress, the basic white v-neck (even white nail polish!)...all which usually end up in my wardrobe anyways. but now i find myself actually seeking out all things white. 

hence, the white jumpsuit.

a long-sleeved jumpsuit is a whole lotta white, not to mention a huge canvas for food or red wine stains! but i survived a night out with friends listening to a friend play music at o bar in the alohilani resort. food and red wine were involved, but i my jumpsuit made in home unscathed.

are you team white or black?

the o bar is located where the oceanarium restaurant used to be near the lobby of the former pacific beach hotel.

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Canvas Factory review + GIVEAWAY. 04

[i was provided with one canvas print for review purposes; squeals of excitement and opinions are 100% mine.]

we capture so many great memories with our phones and digital cameras from our vacations and staycations, to our weekend adventures, and, of course, our food. Canvas Factory allows you to transform those memories into unique pieces of artwork. they can print on stretched canvas, aluminum, acrylic glass. they can even print collages, full wall displays, or split canvases. best of all, their website lets you easily upload photos from your computer or even directly from facebook, instagram, or flicker. the hardest part is choosing a photo!

from phone to canvas.

this photo was taken on one of my favorite hikes in central oahu; the views are amazing! i chose a 16" x 20" canvas print in landscape, uploaded the file from my computer, positioned it on the canvas, and that was it. my print arrived approximately one week later.

wrapped canvas, backing and hangers provided.

this is my fourth print from Canvas Factory, here are a couple of them behind my desk.


Want to have a unique piece of artwork that no one else will have? Canvas Factory is generously giving away a free canvas print to one lucky reader.

Can't wait? Head over to Canvas Factory and start creating your canvas art now! Otherwise, enter below.

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