Posts by Christina Molcillo

Leaving So Soon? How to Throw a Going Away Party!

There’s one thing that everyone in the Silicon Valley can agree on, and it’s that the Bay Area is a place of fast turnover. Okay, maybe two – the second being that bacon is delicious. But back to the first, I’ve never lived anywhere else where people change jobs, change apartments, and change significant others so quickly! With this much shuffling, you may have found yourself throwing a good-bye party

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Don’t Wait Hours in Line for Dim Sum, These 3 Recipes are Easier than You Think

Foodies in the Bay Area have always had a special love affair with Dim Sum. Steamed buns, soup filled dumplings, crunchy rolls or Shumai, we’ll hunt down the most obscure storefront if the promise of fresh shrimp dumplings is inside. However, with lines at popular Dim Sum restaurants forcing them only to serve customers who have a reservation, it’s time that Bay Area foodies start taking the easy way out:

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How Soylent Helps the Techies Keep Working

2015 was the year of the protein shake, and it’s still a thing for techies in 2016. There ‘s nothing new about them, weightlifters and people trying to lose weight have used them for years, and even older folks have started to depend on the Ensure health drink to help supplement their regular food intake. But this being Silicon Valley, it had to be taken one step further. Coders who

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Activity Trackers are so Yesterday, Mindfulness is the New Hot Thing

FitBit debuted on September 9, 2008 at the TechCrunch50, to rave reviews. Now in 2016, it’s gone through almost a dozen iterations and can still be seen on the wrists, or in the pockets of techies throughout the Bay Area. But is it slowing down in popularity? Are people getting tired of keeping track of every single step they take? A new offering called Spire seems to think so. It’s

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3 of The Greatest Dessert Mash-ups That are Easy to Make

In the Bay Area, fusion food is a big thing. There’s sushi burritos, ramen hamburgers, and Indian pizza. It makes sense, in the Bay Area we have phones that are computers, and cars that run on batteries – our food should follow suit! But while most of us are drooling over Bao Burgers and tacos filled with Kung Pao chicken, it’s important that we don’t forget the most important part

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