palm springs area


Good afternoon❤️

Just hanging out in a junkyard in East Jesus, trying to stay peaceful before the race tonight. I loved seeing the beautiful and quirky art at and around Salvation Mountain! This is a must-do if you are ever in the Palm Springs area.

Thinking this will be my mantra while I’m running: “I am a wheel within a wheel”

Happy Saturday!

my-demons-bestfriend  asked:

Any good surgeons in the palm Springs area. I've been looking and I'm not sure where to go.

Dr. Mark Yousseff is in Santa Monica and has been doing many Top Surgeries over the past couple of years. It’s worth nothing that Dr. Youssef and his entire team have received training in trans healthcare from staff at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Center for Transyouth Health and Development, the busiest clinic in the US for trans kids, teens and youth. Not a lot of surgeons bother to do this; it says something about Dr. Youssef’s dedication to providing excellent care for trans folks.


Kota disappeared yesterday (Dec 16), and all our efforts so far have failed. He has three tags on his mostly blue and yellow collar and is microchipped, so if you give him to a shelter, they’ll be able to contact us.

I have absolutely no hope of finding him on my own and can only pray a shelter finds him, so any help at all would be appreciated more than you can know.

Travel Diary: The Parker Palm Springs Day 3

By Thoughtful Misfit

Our number one favorite thing to do in Palm Springs (when we would actually leave The Parker) is to take in all the incredible architecture and designs. There were several times that, while on the way to eat or to somewhere else, we found ourselves driving aimlessly, admiring the gorgeous homes in the area. Palm Springs has a certain signature aesthetic to it that I absolutely love. I’d say my own personal design aesthetic comes pretty close - just throw in a little boheme and a splash of farmhouse, and that’s pretty much it.

This trip was perfect timing for us to soak up as much inspo as we could before taking on our biggest renovation yet. Cactus Mountain is definitely going to have a lot of inspo from what we saw. 

This is one of my favorite doors (thanks to my friend Stephanie for texting me the address and insisting that Nikko and I go while we were there.) The house and the door are designed by designer, Moises Esquenazi, and might arguably be one of the most famous homes in Palm Springs, at this point. While we’re not getting a pink door at Cactus Mountain, it definitely started giving us some exciting ideas. Stay tuned for some inspo to give you an idea of what we want to do sometime next week! 



The Pink Door in Palm Springs

Pony Hair Backpack in and Eyelet Skirt

A girl in front of the pink door designed by Moises Esquenazi in Palm Springs

Palm Trees on a sunny day

A girl wearing pearl earrings and a floral crop top in Palm Springs

Photos by Nikko DeTranquilli 

Shop the Look 

Love Sandals

Style Stalker Blue Jasmine Crop Top

CELINE ‘Audrey’ sunglasses

I lost my voice the morning before I left for Coachella, which was both a blessing and a curse. I got assume the role of silent, mysterious type at events, and it was an easy out to ignore the bros who drunkenly wanted to make small talk in lines. On the flip side, I could never get bartenders to hear my order correctly.

I should preface: I went to fauxcehlla. I’m cheap, and as a recent transplant from New York Coachella has always been this West Coast mecca that I eye rolled from across the country. What I do love, however, is a party full of free branded experiences and the chance to people watch, which Palm Springs and its adjacent areas have in spades during Weekend 1. So I fired responded to every RSVP I got, overpacked my attempts at being fashion forward, and decided to see what Coachella looks like beyond the LOL-worthy roundups of ridiculous outfits and cultural appropriation we gawk at as outsiders. Spoiler alert: it’s exactly what you think it is.

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