Teaming up with Famous Footwear today to share with you how I have most recently taken a #stepforward to champion confidence to be my best self. As a mom-to-be who wears countless hats daily, I find that constantly stepping forward is incredibly important in every aspect of my everyday life.  I sometimes find it really hard to balance everything all at once–my full-time job as an Executive Producer, my love for blogging, art, running–and of course now the fact that on top of all of these things, I’m also preggo with my first baby!  


aerial yoga los angeles

I had the pleasure of taking an amazing aerial yoga class at Air Fit Los Angeles last night where I learned how to hang around in style (or sort of in style–I’m still learning!).  It was an amazing workout that utilized a ton of core and arm strength.  Since working out is such an important part of my daily routine, I decided to compile some of my favorite looks and accessories above for yoga, running and everything in between. I wore the most amazing yoga pants to class which are by Teeki.  


Brunch in Copenhagen
Brunch in Copenhagen.
Nyhavn--one of the most beautiful streets I've ever seen.
Nyhavn–one of the most beautiful streets I’ve ever seen–rocking my favorite Alexander McQueen skull scarf.
Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerod
Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerod with my token orange Rebecca Minkoff mini mac. I love how versatile this bag is. It is comfortable, classic and it was perfect for travel.
Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerod
Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerod.
Stroget–an amazing shopping area in Copenhagen. The fashion in this city was amazing and I wish I had more time to explore the stores.
Near Christiania
Amazing architecture Near Christiania. The man who built this building apparently built the staircase backwards and the King was livid. The architect was later so depressed, he jumped to his death from the top of the building.
It was so cold in Denmark compared to LA so it was fun to break out the winter clothes
It was so cold in Denmark compared to LA so it was fun to break out the winter clothes. I loved wearing my Raybans because they always brought a classic look to any outfit.
The Little Mermaid
The Little Mermaid spelled “Arielle” meets the original Little Mermaid, “Ariel.”
Where the sidewalk ends
Where the sidewalk ends. I wore my Jeffrey Campbell “everly” booties throughout our whole European trip. They were so comfortable and practical for walking around and whenever the weather got a bit chilly, I added black socks. I also lived in my Top Shop high-waisted skinny jeans.
With our band, Autumn Twilight's Danish bass player, Rebecca Krogmann
With our band, Autumn Twilights’ Danish bass player prodigy, Rebecca Krogmann.
The real life Hogwarts Castle in Denmark.


My boyfriend, Phil Galanty and I have been traveling all around Europe–from Berlin to Copenhagen and London to Paris–for the past 10 days and it has been incredible. We started off our journey in Berlin, Germany. It was a long flight from our home in Los Angeles but when we got off the plane, we were ready to see as much of the city as we possibly could. We only had one day in Berlin at the start and at the end of our trip so we needed to cover as many of the sites as quickly as we could, on a budget (for helpful sites for TRAVELERS ON A BUDGET, please scroll to the bottom of this post).

Berlin was beautiful and many of the buildings were much more modern than we expected. We loved the mixture of these modern buildings with the historical architecture of older buildings that survived World War II. One of our favorite places we visited was Checkpoint Charlie, a place that signified the border between West and East in the city, Capitalism and Communism, freedom and confinement during the Cold War. Today, it is a fascinating piece of living history.

Here is a photo recap of our experience:

Berlin's famous TV Tower
Berlin’s famous TV Tower.
Checkpoint Charlie
Checkpoint Charlie exhibit.
Checkpoint Charlie's remaining Berlin wall
A remaining piece of the Berlin wall at Checkpoint Charlie.
Jumping in front of painted pieces of the Berlin wall at Checkpoint Charlie.
Jumping in front of painted pieces of the Berlin wall at Checkpoint Charlie.
Holocaust Memorial
Holocaust Memorial.
Berlin Cathedral
Berlin Cathedral.
Berlin Holocaust Memorial
Berlin Holocaust Memorial.
Deutscher Dom
Deutscher Dom.

Momondo: This site allowed us to track flight prices throughout the year. We nailed $700 round trip tickets from LA to Berlin using this site and we could not have been more thankful.
Tripomatic: We were able to use 10 vacation days for our trip this year and we wanted to make every moment count. This site allowed us to plan walking tours in each city for free so that we didn’t miss a beat.

For our trip this year, I was set on finding the perfect equally fashionable and comfortable shoes for walking all around Europe. Last year, I chose fashion over comfort–and my feet were killing me. This year, I tried my best to find the best of both worlds. I ended up mainly wearing Nike Free Sneakers and ‘Everly’ booties by Jeffrey Campbell. I highly recommend both shoes as the perfect travel shoes. Both are a bit on the pricier side but they’re worth every penny!