Street Art Stroll on Melrose in LA | Leverage Ambition

Street art has always been a fascination of mine from the time I was really young. I loved to see artwork while riding into NYC on the Long Island Railroad, and enjoyed seeing the different tagged walls and streets. It was juvenile and creative, and I always thought, ‘wow, that guy is cool.’ Flashforward to…

THE WALL PROJECT Presented by the Wende Museum of the Cold War in Museum Row, LA | Leverage Ambition

I proudly walked 10,832 steps today, thanks to my Step Tracker App I downloaded this week even though it was the last thing I wanted to do today. Surprisingly, it was supposed to rain in LA today, but yet again our weathermen were dead wrong. There were many rain clouds overhead but no actual rain…

Sukha Gildart, Global Movement Coach, Choreographer, Mentor + emBODYment | Leverage Ambition

Sukha says YES! If you see a very petite, elongated taffy like tree blonde woman walking down Washington in Culver City, it could be the one and only, Sukha Gildart. Formerly known as a coveted Jane Fonda workout background dancer, Kim G the hip-hop choreographer, she also goes with the nomenclature, Kim Arlene G, which…

Morning Meeting Walk at the LACMA | Leverage Ambition

What a great morning it’s been! Instead of taking my weekly morning in my house and feeling bad for myself, I took a brisk walk around the LACMA museum. It is under construction until 2024 and it is quite the danger zone, however the construction is blocked off through 2l15 foot walls. This protects the…

The Little Green Bus Brings Jobs To LA @rosiesjobs | Leverage Ambition

Have you seen that LITTLE GREEN BUS driving around LA? Have you ever WONDERED what is WAS?  If so, look no further. THE KISMET In a turn of kismet, I decided to move and participate in a body movement class in Culver City.  My coach and mentor is helping me break me out of my…

I Voted Today | Leverage Ambition

After debating for months about whether or not and if and when I should vote, I finally decided that today would be the day. The recall of Mayor Newsom in LA County can be heard across the world, and the world heard us. We need leadership that is looking to serve the people, rather than…

5 Things I Did to Enjoy My Weekend (Without Netflix) – Leverage Ambition

What a great weekend I had recently! Let me tell you about it. First off, I have to say it has been a while since I have gotten out of my house before this past weekend. I would have to say it’s been a solid 3 months since we have left the house fully and…

Richard Ramirez: Netflix’s Night Stalker Series Review

The setting is the city of Los Angeles in the mid 80’s. What seemed to be a high time in LA, was ridden by intense terror lurking in the shadows. An evil creep on a mission to kill was determined to destroy as many lives as possible, murdering senior citizens and young women while sexually…

4 Haunted Hotels To Visit in Los Angeles, California This Halloween

HOTEL ALEXANDRIA, Downtown Los Angeles Albert C. Bilicke and Robert Alfred Rowan built the first luxury hotel in the early 1900’s in downtown LA, and it was supposedly as well known and esteemed as the Coronado Hotel is in San Diego County, California now (many hauntings and has expanded into a lovely luxury hotel on…

10 Rooftop Restaurants in LA Worth Booking Tonight

Takami Sushi + Roboto Restaurant, Downtown LA 811 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 2100 Japanese food at it’s best, Takami Sushi + Roboto Restaurant has lots of fresh sashimi and sushi with spectacular city views. Perch, Downtown LA 448 South Hill Street This downtown LA gem is a gorgeous multi-floor rooftop worth it’s weight in gold. Although…

10 Best Weekend Spots with Toddlers in Los Angeles

Oh the joys of parenthood!  There are times where you are just exhausted and want to stay home with the kids all day, then there are those days where you really need to get out!  We have two younger boys toddler age and we always find it tough to find places that are kid friendly,…