9 Tips to Keep You Calm During the Coronavirus Pandemic

9 tips to keep you calm during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Watching the news or reading about the Coronavirus pandemic is a very stressful way to start your day. It’s even more stressful if you, a family member, friend or a co-worker is sick. Here are 9 simple stress-reducing tips to help keep you calm during this chaos.

1. Take Four Deep Calming Breaths

This tip is probably the easiest and most powerful thing you can do to keep yourself calm. Begin each day by taking four deep breaths. Close your eyes, relax, inhale through your nose and exhale deeply through your mouth. Do this four times after you wake up while lying in bed, or when sitting or standing in a quiet place. Make it a part of your daily routine until it becomes a habit. Pay attention to your breathing throughout the day, especially when you feel anxious, stressed out at work or sitting in traffic.

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The World’s #1 Beachfront Taco Bell

Beachfront Taco Bell, Pacifica, CA
Beachfront Taco Bell, Pacifica, CA – photo © LoveToEatAndTravel.com

What sets this Taco Bell apart from all its other 7,000+ restaurants in over 30 countries around the world – its breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean. With its prime beachfront location along scenic Hwy 1 in Pacifica, California, it’s not only the surfers who flock here to order their favorite Mexican-inspired fast food. The ride alone – along a winding coastal road with stunning ocean views at every turn – is well worth the visit!

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California Fires and Mudslides – Oh My

California is one of the most beautiful places on earth.

California is known for its beautiful beaches, lakes, deserts and magnificent mountains. However, with all the beauty, comes the potential for major disasters, including fires and mudslides. Continue reading

5 Fun Things To Do in San Francisco’s Chinatown

Eating in Chinatown, San Francisco photo © LoveToEatAndTravel.com
Chinatown, San Francisco – photo © LoveToEatAndTravel.com

Even as locals, we love playing tourist in San Francisco – it’s such a FUN city to explore, walk, eat, shop… and people-watch! Chinatown is one of our favorite places to hang out. Located just a short walk from downtown Union Square (look for the green pagoda at the entrance to Grant Ave), the area is jam-packed with little restaurants, dim sum parlors, Chinese markets, bakeries, antique stores and more shops than you can count.

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Top 10 Holiday Stress-Reducing Secrets

The Holiday Season is one of the happiest times of the year but for many of us it can also be one of the most stressful. Take a moment before all the chaos begins to check out our Top 10 Holiday Stress-Reducing Tips.

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Eating my way through London

Welcome to London – photo © LoveToEatAndTravel.com

Whenever I travel across the pond to my home away from home, I can’t wait to eat all of my favorite foods again. And this latest trip was no exception… I literally ate my way through London! By the end of my visit, I was beginning to think that I wouldn’t fit into my seat on the flight back to San Francisco.

Should your travels take you to England one day, here are a few of my favorite restaurants, pubs and foods that I wanted to share with you. Bon Appetit!

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Academy Awards – Ideas for an Oscar Party Invitation

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Get in the mood for the Oscars – Sunday, February 24, 2019. If you’re planning on having an Oscar Party, have fun and be creative with your invitations. Use nominated Movies or Actors in your text. For the last few years, we’ve been having fun creating Oscar Party Invitation ideas that we share with our friends and business clients.

See below for a Sample Oscar Invitation (and video) based on this year’s nominations – feel free to take these ideas for your own Oscar Party 🙂

 

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