I like to think I live a good life, budget-permitting of course.
I’ve run two marathons and opened – then subsequently – closed my own business.
I went to school to be a journalist but found a career in the Interwebs instead. A few years ago, thought I’d shake things up and go to culinary school. I’m hoping to marry my loves of cooking, eating and writing. Someday. I hope someday soon. In the meantime, you can check out my food and travel/lifestyle blog at The Frisky Whisk.
I also hope to someday finish my screenplays. (It’s LA. We all write one.)
For now, I work for an ad agency. I absolutely love my job; it keeps me on my toes. All the views expressed here are mine and mine alone.
I’m working on a culinary memoir, when I’m not too busy searching the city for a good bowl of ramen and sales on maple bacon. (Farmer John’s is the best. For bacon, that is. As for ramen, if you are in LA, check out Tsujita LA Artisan Noodles.)
I spent a lot of time at the beach playing volleyball. Sometimes I think I spent a little too much time there.
I play a lot of poker. Sometimes I think I play a little too much poker.
I definitely eat more than I should.
I’m learning to golf.
To many people’s surprise, I’m pretty good at trivia. I’ve won a few ducats on “Win Ben Stein’s Money,” “Jeopardy!” and “Who Wants to be a Millionaire.” I know a LOT of sh*t but I still have plenty to learn.
Thanks for reading my blog, hope you enjoy!