LIFE & STYLE
Carrie Lane is a professor of American studies at Cal State Fullerton and researches the growing popularity of professional organizers. She is working on a book about her research.
The home has a courtyard with access to a second-floor suite that includes a kitchen.
"Sometimes I get stuck in my ways and I don’t like trying new things, but through this I’ve learned that everytime I’m open-minded about change, goodness just floods in."
"It feels absolutely amazing to be needed, especially in a time of crisis. I come from (the field of) medicine, and I feel like I’m back in health care."
An hour south of the California-Oregon border, Mount Shasta has the visual grandeur of Yosemite with the unassuming vibe of a small town. Bookmark this for your post-quarantine plans!
This month enjoy virtual events from the safety of your home including the Environmental Nature Center’s Spring Faire or sharpen your gardening skills with tips from OC Coast Keeper.
Your favorite stores and restaurants at The District are working hard to offer take out, curbside pick-up and delivery options while you’re at home.
Katharine Story's namesake boutique features bohemian designs with callbacks to the ’60s and ’70s.
Whether you’re looking to spruce up your skin care routine, talk with an expert, or dye your hair at home, here are a few O.C. places to check out.
"If you walk into this house, you feel like someone lives here and there’s a story behind stuff."
Edens Garden's essential oils are made with vegan and nontoxic ingredients.
After Meera Sawhney of Irvine was diagnosed with a tumor, neurosurgeon Robert Louis used a virtual reality headset to ease her anxiety and rehearse her operation.
Elizabeth Campbell of Irvine fights for accessibility and independence for all.
Hildie Vega of Fountain Valley augments standard medical treatment for her daughter Olivianna with help from MaxLove Project.