Archive for June, 2015

Wine & Roses Charity Wine Tasting returns to The Grand Del Mar Hotel

| June 3, 2015 | 0 Comments
Wine & Roses Charity Wine Tasting returns to The Grand Del Mar Hotel

  The 32nd annual Wine & Roses Charity Wine Tasting will make a lavish return to the luxurious location of The Grand Del Mar Hotel in June for this year’s can’t-miss charitable event. The fundraiser, put on by the Social Service Auxiliary of San Diego and the San Diego International Wine Competition, will be held from 3 […]

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Satisfactory Decision Making

| June 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Mrs. Freud A big part of our adult life consists of making decisions, and the “success” of our life depends on making good decisions. I have always been a fairly good decision maker when it came to the big items in life, but would agonize over the daily little things, like what to make […]

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Should You Buy Earthquake Insurance?

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Recent events in Nepal got me thinking about a couple of things. The first was how I might be able to help such poor people so far away. The second was what would happen here at home if (when?) we were to be hit by the proverbial “Big One.” Unlike a lot of people, I […]

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What Now? Me Me Me Me Me

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What Now?  Me Me Me Me Me

Devoted readers, relax already. While it’s true that I was born in the Bronx, many, many years ago, and sooo many of you are interested in stuff like that, I can promise that I’ll never subject you to my thousand-page autobiography, as gripping a tale as it may be. Yet (brace yourselves), the highly-edited story […]

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A Glass of “Wooder” Please

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I laughed when she ordered a glass of “wooder” and the waitress had no clue as to what she was saying. Her thick South Jersey accent was so foreign to our San Diego born and bred server that she sounded like she was speaking a different language. I have been here 38 years and had […]

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Bernini’s Bistro — A Local’s Favorite

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Bernini’s Bistro — A Local’s Favorite

Locals usually know the best places to eat in their neighborhoods. The first question many concierge in hotels often receive is “where are the secret places to which the locals go?” In La Jolla, a frequent answer is “Bernini’s Bistro” on Fay Avenue. The restaurant has an inviting exterior, with a comfortable patio just off […]

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The Muse News

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The Muse News

Living Artfully and With a Big Picture Are you living with your “big picture” in play every day? Recently, it was brought home to me that being constantly conscious of the legacy we are leaving as we live our daily lives is the secret to saying that final farewell with peace, joy and grace. Where […]

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Personal TuneUp by Cath

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Personal TuneUp by Cath

5 Lessons It’s Okay to Avoid I admit thinking when I was younger that there would be a point in my life when lessons would end; when I got older and smarter, I guess I thought I entered a “cruise-along-phase” without much to learn. Well, so very incorrect as it turns out. I can now […]

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Got Work Arounds?

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We all well know the adage; “no pain, no gain”. It is true, that staying fit requires discipline and workouts that push our limits, which in reality, is what’s required to get our body to adapt. Getting gains requires some level of pain acceptance to move the needle…period. No pain no gain is about “owning […]

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Here We Grow!

| June 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Trish Watlington, president,                                                             Mission Hills Business Improvement District Wow it’s June already and we’re half way through 2015. June will bring us Father’s Day […]

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