• How to Get the Most Out of Your Summer Before It’s Over

    Today, I’m talking about how to get the most out of your summer.  So I know that technically August is not the last month of summer, the official last day of summer is Saturday, September 22.  However, for many summer will end because school starts or the weather changes and starts feeling more like fall.  So how can you get the most out of summer during the last unofficial month?  I would suggest making a list of the things you may want to do, then weed out any items that you won’t be able to accomplish because of budget, timing, weather, etc and add them to a maybe list. Get your family and friends involved.  Everything is always more fun when you get more people involved right?  Find out who wants to join you on your adventures.   Find out what adventures your friends and family want to do and join them… Read More

  • Cocktail Party Etiquette for the Host and Guest

    I love a good cocktail party, I love hosting them and attending them.  I believe the art of hosting a cocktail party is a bit lost.  I learned much of what I know about hosting from my sister in law Ellen, she is a fabulous host, you always feel at home, she is very accommodating of her guests needs and she is great at keeping the conversation going by managing introductions between guests to make sure that no one ever feels left out or lonely during one of her parties.  Don’t get me started about the fabulous food she always serves, whether catered or homemade, there is something for everyone.  Here are some key Cocktail Party Etiquette questions with answers that I have learned from her and by being a host myself. Cocktail Party Etiquette for the Host: How do you gently ask people to leave? A great way to signal… Read More

  • San Jose del Cabo, The Top 5 Places to Visit

    I love going to Los Cabos.  If you’re not familiar with the area, Los Cabos is made up of Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo and the area in between is called the “Tourist Corridor,” see the map below for details.  I did a blog that was more focused on Cabo San Lucas last year, so this time I wanted to do a blog that focused more on San Jose del Cabo.  This was our first time staying in San Jose del Cabo and we decided to checkout all of the current hot spots.  We checked out several places, but these are the 5 places and events that made the list. Top 5 Places to Visit in San Jose del Cabo Flora Farms Flora Farms is an oasis just outside of San Jose del Cabo, literally off the beaten path.  We took a taxi from our hotel in San Jose del… Read More

  • My Current Hair Care Favorites

    Today I’m sharing my current hair care favorites, the products that I use daily/weekly.  These are the ones I keep buying again and again.  Here are my current go-tos: Hair Care Favorites- Shampoo, Conditioner and Treatments Davines Minu Shampoo– This is a moisturizing shampoo, but it won’t weight down your hair or leave residue. Matrix Oil Wonders Micro-Oil Conditioner– I use this conditioner daily, it very moisturizing so I only add it to the ends of my hair. Aveda Clove Conditioner– I use this color depositing conditioner on my hair every few days.  I find that this conditioner isn’t very moisturizing so I use at the same time to the Matrix Oil Wonders Micro-Oil Conditioner. amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo– I don’t use dry shampoo very often because I like to wash my hair everyday.  On the days that I don’t wash my hair, this is great.  My hair can… Read More

  • Tequila Lemonade aka the Eveleigh Lemonade

    I love cocktails with tequila, but I have to admit sometimes I get tired of just having margaritas or a tequila and soda.  I have been in search of a new tequila drink.  Then I remembered a drink called the “Eveleigh Lemonade”, which is basically a margarita with lemon and honey instead of lime and agave nectar. I first was introduced to this cocktail at it’s namesake restaurant The Eveleigh in West Hollywood, CA in 2012.  I’ve been in search of the recipe for this drink ever since and I finally found it on the Imbibe Magazine site.  What makes this drink interesting and different is the chamomile and lemon infused tequila and the use of the aperitif Cocchi Americano.    So, what exactly is Cocchi Americano?   Well, according to Wikipedia: “Cocchi Americano is a quinine-laced aperitif wine produced by Giulio Cocchi Spumanti in the Asti province of Italy. Cocchi Americano is a variety of Americano. The wine was developed by… Read More

About Me

Hi! I'm Claire Bahn.  Thank you so much for checking out my blog.  I am the CEO and Co-Founder of Online Profile Pros and a lifestyle blogger.  I love to cook, travel, try new beauty products and basically live life to its fullest. Read More

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