August 28th, 2015
Archive for the ‘THE SWELL LIFE’ Category
The Stance rolled out the new office space party complete with full court b-ball, moonshine bar, foodie trucks, art installs and special musical acts Dorothy, The Bots, and Capitol Cities. See who was sending it like Chippa nd Blazer here, then scope more Stance style (more…)Thank you for visiting the Swell blog. Visit us on www.facebook.com/swell for more exclusive fan offers, giveaways and more.
Whenever I see the term bikini body, and all of this buzz about bikini body workouts, bikini body diets, and bikini body secrets, I get a bit concerned. Why does the word bikini get so much attention? Shouldn’t you workout, be active, and take care of your body, no matter what you are wearing? Well you should. If your daily outfit is jeans and a tee, or your favorite comfy sweats, or if you are more of a one piece connoisseur and rarely ever put on a bikini, you should take care of your body. (more…)
This may surprise you – but this beach is not on a tropical island. It is however, within the subtropical zone… geographically speaking. And no, that’s not a Harlequin romance novel; it’s a Theories of Communication textbook. Clearly, I’ve been spending a lot of time nerding out lately. You see, the beach pictured here is actually my backyard at the extremely beautiful, yet extremely academically rigorous University of California, Santa Barbara. We just finished a grueling week of finals, and now I am back at home in San Diego for the summer. While this photo looks like – and quite literally is – a day at the beach, it is also a day in which I had several hours of class, and probably like, a million hours of studying. Luckily, while UCSB is on a super fast paced quarter system, we also are located right on the beach, so we have some pretty great opportunities to de-stress.
SeaMade | Get Wet A series on surf, cross training and lessons on all things salty by guest blogger, Madison
You know those days where you have a lot on your plate but all you desire is getting in the water for a surf? But low and behold you show up and it’s flat and blown to smithereens. Suddenly your mind flashes back to your to-do list and excuses start flowing. You just have to go for it though.
There has hardly been a time when I went surfing in less than ideal conditions and felt worse than before I went. No matter how tired you are or how many excuses you have, just getting in the water will recharge you and make you happy you went after all. Regardless of conditions, the ocean has a way of supporting us, so do what you gotta do, but don’t forget to get wet somewhere along the way.
HOW TO GET MOTIVATED ON LESS THAN IDEAL SURF DAYS: (more…)