I envisioned August to be a month of business and day-trips yet once again the reality doesn't always match the vision. The ultimate vision is always to attain goals, improve my circumstances, and arrive closer to excellence. I have finally successfully trademarked
Class Haus Femme, et al. Inc. in the United States of America. It had been a long and highly sought after achievement, and I am more proud of myself than words could ever describe. This sense of accomplishment can only arrive from years of hard work combined with willful sacrifice finally paying off.
Instead in the month of August I maintained a consistent work schedule that I happily adhered to. The hours were long, but it's the career path I have chosen and I am so exceedingly lucky to be living the life of my dreams. This cross country adventure has been one of my great life choices and because of that, I am so pleased about how and from where I get to share one of my biggest triumphs today. I anticipate many more big wins, and I look forward to the future of achieving great things.
Due to the culmination of said experiences, mixed with a little expertise, I accept challenges with a seasoned and positive minded approach. I am able to make decisions with a more professional approach. Enjoy below, a month full of incredible firsts. Check out some amazing hikes, and new discoveries from a Femmepreneur point of view. Until next month, with better things to share....stay one step ahead.
Favorite easy hike. Thirty minutes to the top, killer view with a bench and nicely paved!
Higher up point and alternate hiking trail at Runyon Canyon Los Angeles, CA with some of the best views around.
Look at those beautiful trees...
The connecting thread...Hollywood Sign at Runyon Canyon Park.
Hollywood Sign at Griffith Park.
I support this sentiment.
Look who showed up to greet me on my most recent hike at Griffith Park. Beginning of the arduous trail that is the most rewarding about three day after.
Taking it all in...
Right around the midway point of this hike.
One of the most difficult junctures of the climb. Briefly stopping to lay witness to what I had already accomplished and what lied ahead on this trek. What a beautiful metaphor from the road less traveled.
It gets cloudy enough, often enough. Peep the Griffith Observatory off in the distance...
That is the goal of this hike, but not every hike. They told me, I can no longer host pop-up shop events nearby there. The few hours I did though, resulted in a favorable and
far-reaching outcome. Maybe they will reconsider and have me as their extra-special outdoor vendor... We'll see ;)
Au revoir for now.
After all we are still in California. So of course I made time for the beach. Fun drive out to Topanga Canyon for that.
Sunset in the city famous for the Sunset Strip. Am I dreaming ou quoi?