sunday in the city

 dolores park | maci brittSundays in the city are one of my most favorite things ever. You probably know this if you’ve read my blog for any length of time, and you certainly know this if we know each other in person. Sundays + SF… I love it. Add to that equation sunshine, a best friend, and a whole day to do whatever we want? PERFECTNESS. Continue reading

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blurry sf | free iphone wallpaper

wallpaperHappy Monday, friends! I was hoping to get a photo-filled blog post out today, but was thrown a few curveballs which prohibited me from being in front of my laptop (or even sitting down in general) for very long.

However, I wanted to share this one photo with you before the day ends and make it available as a free download for your phone wallpaper! I’ve been enjoying it on my own phone for the past handful of days and I hope you will too :)

iPhone 4 / iPhone 5 / iPhone 6

xo,
Maci

ice cream shops you should know about

Processed with VSCOcam with f1 presetIce cream is one of my favorite things. I eat it year-round and consider it appropriate always, even in colder months. My philosophy? Some months are best for eating ice cream outside, and other months are best for eating ice cream inside.

This month has been so full that I feel sort of lost when it comes to relaying events here on my blog. I’ve been looking for themes to break posts into, and one emerged very quickly… ice cream. Here are three places I love that you should know about (and visit if you have the chance).

As an added plus, all three of these shops use fresh, local, and organic ingredients to make their ice creams! Continue reading

san francisco, part two.

Processed with VSCOcam with b2 presetThe alternate title for this post was “Everyone Should Do It Once”, but I’m a very symmetrical person, so I stuck with the title as you see it. My opinion still stands, however. Everyone should do this (at least) once in their lifetime: a sunset picnic in the Presidio. Oh my word. I just really wish you can do this, because no picture can capture the size and color of the golden sun as it slips behind the fog and into the ocean. No picture can capture the dancing, iridescent water. Continue reading