++ Who is this Bosley?
He is my 2 year old Golden Retriever who is pretty much the cutest dog on the planet (sorry, I'm a little biased). I've had him since he was a puppy and he is my little work partner since I work from home most of the time. I'm a firm believer in the fact that Goldens are just the best dogs ever.
++ How did you like living in San Francisco?
San Francisco will always be one of the greatest cities. I lived there for about 18 months and there were certainly things that I love about San Francisco, but I think everyone goes there to experience living there and then it runs its course and its time to move on. I loved my friends being so close, all of the great restaurants and activities, Napa and Sonoma being a day trip away, being able to run on the Embarcadero and have a glass of wine on the roof deck.Things I don't miss are bums (and bums going to the restroom wherever they please), the filth, the lack of parking (absolute insanity), expensive everything (rent, wine, you get the picture).
If you visit SF, here are some great activities:
- walking along the Embarcadero to Fisherman's Wharf
- drinking wine at Fort Mason
- the Chrissy Field dog beach
- biking across the Golden Gate
- Sausilito for the day
- Stinson beach
- Hiking Mt. Tam
++ What do you like to do for fun?
Living in CA is something that I've learned to never take for granted. I love being outdoors whether that is cycling, hiking or being in Lake Tahoe on the beach. I like drinking wine with my girlfriends and trying new recipes or restaurants. I take any opportunity to get away for the weekend and I'd almost always rather be laying on a beach reading a book.
++ What is your secret for staying healthy and active?
After recently losing 35 pounds, I finally feel like I have some insight into maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Being able to workout with a trainer for 6 months was a great process to teach me how I need to be eating and the level and frequency that I need to be working out. There really is no secret. Eat healthy, workout and be conscious of your decisions. It takes time and its not an easy fix. The one thing that I had the hardest time accepting was how long the process takes. Months before you really start seeing a difference. The best advice anyone ever gave me throughout this process is that the time will pass anyway, so you might as well spend the time doing it. Six months from now you will have either done it or you wont but the time will have passed regardless.