What are some things that made you happy this year? 
  • Nature, sitting outside for 30+ minutes a day really helped me to feel alive. 
  • Being surrounded by family and friends. 
  • Being active.
  • Trying new things.

What are you grateful for this year?

This year has been a trying year for me; emotionally, physically, and mentally. I’m grateful that I found my strength through my challenges. I’m grateful for life, I know that can sound a bit cheesy, but this year showed me how quickly the ones you love can be ripped away. (granted I know this, this year just helped with refreshing that reality) Life this year has taught me to slow down, love hard, seize opportunities and always strive to be a better person (not to be confused with being ‘better than’’ ). I have a lot to be grateful for this year and I plan on carrying what I’ve gained from this year into the next. 

What is your theme for the year? 

I’ll use my 2017 theme for an example. My theme for 2017 was balance, and as I look back on my year I can see how much I truly needed to incorporate balance into my life. There were aspects of my life that were abandoned, some I failed to pay attention to, and others were aspects of my life that I didn’t even realize I was missing-- that’s how neglectful I was of my own needs. Something I tend to do is carry the world on my shoulders and it’s not healthy, it’s stressful and it was really impacting my life in a negative way. 2017 was an eventful year for me, and as much as I wanted (want) it to end, I can now look back and see how my ability to balance was tested throughout the entire year, life pushed me to balance, stumble, and re-balance repeatedly. Being mindful of my theme helped me to seek balance in all areas of my life this year -- a simple phrase can be a great motivator. 

Before you make your resolution list, I encourage you to find a theme that you can apply to multiple areas of your life throughout the year. What areas do you want to focus on? Remember, ongoing focus leads to lasting change

Where do you want to be by the end of next year? 

Let’s keep this realistic, chances are you won’t be a millionaire in the next 365 days nor will I. But wouldn’t it be nice? *wink

What goals do you want to achieve this year?

After I figure out what areas in my life I want to focus on, I like to :

Step 1. Make goals in these areas 
Step 2. Have a deadline for these goals
Step 3. Breakdown my goals into actionable steps

*The clearer the goal the better. 

Step 4. Make them visible. Write your goals down where you can see them, I like to create a vision board. 

Step 5. Incorporate your goals into your routine. 

Step 6. Revisit your goals. Figure out what is and isn’t working for you. Take time to reevaluate/shift your goals, you can do this weekly, bi-weekly (preferred), or monthly.

Things to remember
Everyone works differently. You’re not going to get where you want to be in two weeks, three months, or even six months -- keep pushing! 

Bed Rest: Kidney Infection

It's four o'clock in the morning and I am writing this. Did I get up early? No. I've actually been awake since around one AM. To address the rumors of me being pregnant, I am not, however, I woke up feeling horrible, as I have been for over a month now. Instead of staying in bed, I figured I get up make a hot cup of water with cinnamon and get some use out of this restlessness, check emails and write this post. I am rather healthy; I eat well, I'm active, I hardly ever consume alcohol ---though, the way this year has been going, I probably will consume much more next year! Kidding. Unfortunately when I do get sick, or something happens, it ends up being a strenuous ordeal. Like, the worst case scenario. Take my pregnancy for instance, I had the worst case of all day sickness my OBGYN has ever seen, and it was full term... Or that time I ran into a light post trying to get to class and ended up with a severe concussion... welcome to my life, haha. 

Recently, I've been put on bed rest by a PA-C until I can see a doctor and the figure out exactly what is going on with my body and why the antibiotic treatments have not been working, I've been on antibiotics since early October, four different treatments, and I have a feeling I am not done. I absolutely hate taking medication, even things like Tylenol are sort of last resort for me. Although advised to seek emergency care, I had some issues with over night delivery and insurance papers, (do yourself a favor and don't go through USPS this holiday season) so,  I would be paying out of pocket and seeing as we just bought a home, that's not something I want to dabble in unless absolutely necessary-- meaning if I develop a fever or vomit or something of the sorts. Just to be clear don't follow my lead with this, definitely go to the ER if you think you have a kidney infection. The only reason I wasn't sent there is because I asked the PA-C for another round of antibiotics to keep me, meh, in the meantime. I think that is the most frustrating part, feeling horrible and not knowing why.  I've never had an UTI or who knows, maybe I have and just not known, which is fairly common. I've never has an issue down south before so I'm fairly new to this UTI stuff, let alone a full blown kidney infection-- I don't even know if a UTI is what caused it, its just a wild assumption. Could've been a UTI or could've been all those sweet drinks I indulge in over the summer that caused a blockage.

I have broken the rules a few times to cook dinner and get a fresh of breath air, both which resulted in me curled up in pain, crying and frustrated. I am not a sit-around type of person, so I think it's pretty fair to say I am losing my mind laying here. I mean, what's an appropriate number of times to watch Calliou and Mickey Mouse's Christmas as a parent? Because, I am positive I have surpassed it. But if it wasn't for my little, I'd be lost in complete boredom. She has also been extra cuddly, which I am loving every minute of. She's at the age where she can understand that I am not feeling good and in her own little ways, attempts to make me feel better. It's the cutest and sweetest thing I've ever witnessed. I could cry thinking about it -- although, I could cry about anything right now with these hormones. The move hasn't been easy on Lyla especially with me being unable to play and be as attentive as I usually am, but were doing our best with what we can. One thing she looks forward to is running to the pantry to get herself a Welch's Fruit Roll (she's like me, food brightens any situation). We like all of the flavors, you can try all three here
Alan will wake up for work in an hour, which means, I've been awake for quite some time now. Thankfully, it is Friday and Alan will be home for the weekend, I'm feeling extra needy these days and it feels good just to have him around, even if I'm driving him nuts. As the day goes on, Lyla and I will watch Christmas movies, color, have a few easy snacks, and the dishes in the sink (pet peeve) may or may not get done. That's just my life right now, whether I like it or not.  

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Christmas Gift Guide Little Girl's Edition


Although what's really on her list is a baby, a real baby, but I'm not so sure I can grant that wish just yet. She definitely noted she wanted paint and other things to "work" with. The girl is super artistic, I can just picture her sitting in the office with me stringing her beads while I work. Also, something she loves to do is cook in her pretend kitchen, which will keep her busy for hours. She also keeps asking for pots and pans and of course this Melissa and Doug setup is perfect. For outdoors, she loves playing on her Razor Jr. Lil' Kick Scooter, she asks to take it anytime we go somewhere. 



I am obsessing over the Little Readers Big Dream series. The books are written about outstanding people like Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks and a personal favorite, Coco Chanel, plus a few others. These stories and the beautiful illustrations included in the books, make it possible for my daughter to engage with truly remarkable people at a young age, and I am so grateful for that. I really cannot wait to get my hands on the entire series. 


I get asked a lot about where I get Lyla's pajamas, my secret, H&M. Surprisingly and more often than not, I run into people who have no idea they even have a kids selection.  

I never realized how daunting Christmas shopping could be until I became a parent, so I hope in some sort of way this has helped you shop for your little. Happy Holidays ! 


I know, two weeks have passed since Halloween, but I still want to share Lyla's costume with you, since her costume was totally rad this year! Originally, she wanted to be a vampire, then a bat, but when her Great Nonna tried convincing her to be a princess she said, and I kid you not, "Sure! I'll be a princess....... a zombie princess!" We started cracking up, because I as a child have said that exact thing. I had planned on her being a bat (hence the bat skirt) but last minute she really wanted to be a zombie princess, and so she was this Halloween, a Zombie Princess -- the prettiest zombie, I've ever laid eyes on. 

Also, I've been wanting to address why you guys didn't see any blog posts from me during my favorite month, October, as originally stated in a previous post. I had a lot planned for the month, drafts were written and all. But as you know, tragedy struck in Las Vegas and while I was not at the concert, some of my dearest friends were. Life went on for the majority of the world, but this hit very close to my heart. I will not go into detail, answer any questions or ever discuss this again on my site, so please refrain from asking any questions as they will not be answered. I just wanted to ensure you that blogging is a top priority of mine, as well as sharing my life you, but my first priority will always be family and those I consider family. Sometimes blogging and social media (monetized or not) need to take a backseat, and this was one of those times. However, we did continue our more intimate October by hitting up the pumpkin patch, watching scary movies, apple picking etc, doing halloween makeup etc and we did it all together family+friends and despite everything, the month of October still happened to be my favorite this year, and left me with many things and people to be grateful for this month (and always).

We Moved To Washington! SURPRISE!!!

Yes! Yes! Yes! It finally happened, we moved...again!  You guys have known the move was coming for quite sometime now, but I wanted to keep things on the DL until it was a "for sure" thing. It is. We're here (obviously), safe and sound. We loaded up all our stuff and hit the twenty hour drive to Washington. I braved the roads with just my Lyla girl in the back, while Alan and Arlo ventured on their own. By the way, Lyla just so happens to be the greatest road trip partner ever and I'm not just saying that because I am biased, she was actually amazing for the whole ride, zero meltdowns. Although, there was that time she told me she really, really had to go poop, after we had made a stop about 15 mins prior...turned out she didn't have to poop, she just wanted me to stop for food, so we split a sandwich. Haha. I knew I had my hands full, but sheesh, she's clever for a four year old---- I mean, she is my child and all *wink. 

2017 has been quite the pivotal year for us, a lot has taken place, both good and challenging (mostly challenging) but most recently, we bought our first home! Surprise again! And our move? completely unrelated to the military. Yup! We are done with that shit too! We're so excited to be starting this chapter of our lives in the jaw dropping, Evergreen State -- How awesome is that? We're so grateful to be able to make this our first home. We've been through a lot this year, and I am incredibly ready to escape from all the chaos and just enjoy the little chaos of getting our home together. 

Oh also, Mother Nature hit the nail on the head. Can you imagine going from California weather to snow? I was not ready for that just yet, I thought I had a few more weeks, at least one more week before I would need to unzip my airtight winter gear (which isn't much)---I drove here in flip flops. Mother Nature apparently had other plans! Thankfully, we had stopped at a Columbia outlet recently and I picked up a few warm things. Catch me in my cabin socks and 5 different layers! I've lived by the beach for the last six years you guys, it's going to take some time for me to get used this. I plan on doing a Grandma amount of baking and indoor activities this winter, I might even take up crocheting *insert laughing/crying emoji . 

I hope you stick around to see us as we take on Washington! 

Spooktacular Halloween Mini Guide

The month I have been anticipating all year is finally here! Happy October Friends ! I have so many plans for this month, it's really kind of nuts. I'll probably do more blogging this month than I have done in the few years I've been blogging -- I don't know if I should be boasting that, but hey, better now than never, right? Usually I attempt to participate in "Blogtober", but this year I'm going to be doing October my way. 

I thought I'd start off by taking a look back at last year's Halloween, mostly because Halloween is our preferred holiday and Lyla's costume was spooktacular. ( yea, you're going to have to get used to my cheesy puns this month) Last year, we didn't get to spend Halloween with Alan, due to a deployment literally two days before Halloween, so that was pretty sucky for all of us, but we were grateful we had the beginning of the month to do things like pick pumpkins, decorate, watch Halloween movies etc. Alan was pretty crushed that he wasn't going to be able to take Lyla trick or treating, but luckily, Lyla's costume arrived just before he had to leave so he was able to have sneak peek of her in it.

I was so happy (and maybe a tiny bit proud) when Lyla told me she wanted to be a vampire for Halloween. I mean, princesses are cute and all, but com'on, it's Halloween. -- and she plays princess every other day. I was determined to find her something that fit and that was cute, everything I saw in store isles was neither of those haha. I had to turn to my trusted H&M for the perfect attire and long and behold, I found her the perfect little outfit. It had this spiderweb detailed cloak attached that we draped over her head for more of a moody look, and the dress was embroidered with rhinestones -- It was just the most perfect Halloween look. You can find a similar dress, here, and pair with some black booties. 
For her makeup, I stayed far far away from the creams. That stuff is messy and unnecessary. If I'm going to be walking around with a toddler all night, the last thing I'm going to want to do is wake up the next morning and clean face makeup from her carseat. (Let's be honest) I think I ended up using a palette from too faced for her eye makeup similar to this. To complete her look, I added some red lipstick and fake blood around her mouth by drops and let it drip to create a more natural look (as natural as blood around the mouth can be haha). In case you mamas run into the same problem, she really wanted the fake blood, but letting it dry I think was a little too agonizing for her, so to help I gave her a piece of candy to suck on and she forgot all about the weird dripping sensation.

Her costume was a hit, everyone asked where we got her outfit and how we did her makeup, which is what inspired this post. These picture definitely have to be some of my all time favorites, stick around for what we have planned this year! 

All The Things I love About Autumn

It's the most wonderful time of the year! Yep, you thought it, fall (Autumn) has officially arrived. I am not even the slightest bit ashamed to admit that I have been waiting for this moment since, Easter -- but if I'm being honest, since last Halloween. So, why do I love fall so much more than all the other seasons? Candy Corn. (I'm being honest, remember?)

It's the smell of sweet cinnamon pumpkin in every room. It's the coziness you feel listening to fire crackle while snuggled in blankets. It's the various shades of reds and yellows that take me back to my childhood years, when my siblings and I would jump and play in a pile of freshly raked leaves. It's the way the gloomy skies and crisp air assert an overwhelming feeling of tranquility into my life -- which I have been yearning for, 2017 has been on hell of a year for me. It could be all the things listed above and many more, but for some reason I am happiest, I am most calm and I am most content during fall. 

What are your favorite things about fall?

Things you can look forward to this season on the blog 

Warm & cozy home decor
Pumpkin, Pumpkins, and more pumpkin. 
Apple Picking
Scary Movies
Fall Date Ideas 
Halloween Favorites
Our favorite recipes 
Fall Guides
Holiday Prep 

... and so much more. 

I hope you join us this Fall !

Autumn At Sea: Central Coast Mini Guide

This is the time of the year when I am most content, because there is nothing better than crisp salty air, and deserted beaches. ( I know on the calendar it isn't fall just yet, but in my heart and apparently in Mother Nature's heart, it is. )We spent the week visiting my brother in San Luis Obispo we are so lucky to have family members to visit who live in such awesome places. We had a blast hanging around, or rather eating our way around the central coastline. Avila Beach has to be one of my favorite beaches of all time, it was the first beach I ever went to as a child and I have fond memories of my sister and mother there. Tucked away in Avila is a nude beach and one of my favorite farms to go to during the fall -- like how I snuck that in? Haha. Unfortunately for us they didn't have their maze or anything set up just yet, but I'm hoping to plan at least one more trip that way specifically to go to their fall festivities with Lyla. 

Lyla told me her favorite things we did were " Swinging really really high with uncle Dilly, eating the The 'Naky' Naked Fish (thanks Rihanna), playing with my best friend at the beach, eating spaghetti with gigantic meatballs  (a whole adult plate that is --girl loves her sketti) and coloring."

On top of the restaurants mentioned by Lyla ( I wasn't kidding when I said we ate our way through) We had lunch by the water twice, once at Custom House in Avila Beach, and the next at Blue Sky Bistro in Morro Bay -- both delicious and desirable places to eat. Also if you love clam chowder you have to go to Splash Cafe over in Pismo Beach, don't be discouraged by the line, it really is that good

We love California for reasons like, playgrounds on the beach. Despite SLO and the surrounding areas being "college oriented", everywhere we went was family friendly and we did a lot.  For instance, we visited the Central Coast Aquarium and gave some sharks and other sea life some lovin'.  Lyla also loved going to one of the many candy shops SLO had to offer.  We went to the SLO farmers market, which had jump houses, mini donuts, music, food, food, and more food and obviously a ton of mini shops there as well. 

This picture pretty much sums up how we all felt at the end of each just a lot less adorable. 

Hiking In Mammoth Mountain

If you follow along on Instagram, you probably know the mountains called and so we went. It was so much fun bringing my family on a trip that I took so many times during my childhood. We went and explored places we've never been before, but that I have always wanted to encounter and it was nothing short of breathtaking. Of course knowing us, we took the trails less traveled and ventured through the rugged mountain terrain...with our four year old. Call us crazy.
This was Lyla's very first hike and she did outstanding. We only had to stop briefly for a breakdown -- we understood. She was tired, hot and just needed a little motivation to keep pushing forward, so we let her carry Daddy's Go-Pro for a bit. There were definitely times during the hike that I thought we ought to turn around because of the terrain, but together we managed to cross tricky waters, fallen trees, and steep inclines. By the time we reached the top our hair was tangled, our feet wet and muddy, and our faces also covered in dirt--it was amazing.

I can't explain how rewarding it felt to do something as a family, especially when we haven't had the opportunity to experience something like this together in such a long time. The hike was totally spontaneous, our plan was to just picnic and fish around the lakes but once we saw this waterfall, we knew we had to get up there. The look in Lyla's eyes was absolutely priceless when she saw the waterfall. We ended up hanging out at the top to rest for about an hour, until we realized Lyla was falling asleep in Alan's arms--there was definitely no way we would've made it back down the mountain carrying her.  To wake her up I had to tell her that we needed to hurry before it got dark and the lions and bears came out-- otherwise the girl was totally okay with sleeping next to a waterfall in her Daddy's arms. Needless to say, once we got back to the car it only took her about twenty seconds to knock out.

The World Is Ours

" Speak to your children as if they are the wisest, kindest, most beautiful and magical humans on earth, for what they believe is what they will become. " - Brooke Hampton

Time and time again I've heard people talk about how difficult it is to do anything with their kids, and while I don't necessarily agree with that, I totally get it, kids are challenging. As a Mom, it's been a top priority of mine to do as many things as possible with Lyla-- being married to someone in the military didn't leave me with much of an option. If there is one thing I've learned about going out anywhere with your kid(s) or kids in general, is that you too have to become a kid, or at the very least lighten up. Spilled drinks, happen. Tantrums, happen. And guess what? It's not the end of the world. I have yet to see a mess that wasn't able to be tidied, fixed, or forgotten. Those split moments of embarrassment and frustration are not worth ruining your child's self-esteem or a good time. Take a deep breath and remember that children are not perfect and neither are you. 

I've always had a bit of a wandering spirit, but now that I have the world's greatest sidekick to roam about with, the world has become much more fascinating. I love seeing the glow in her eyes when she finds beauty in the world, I love seeing the cheek to cheek smile on her face when she learns something new, I love to feel her tight grip on my finger when she's excited to go. All the "hassle" is worth it. The world is ours

Little Wonders + July Updates

Since I last posted, Lyla turned four, Fourth of July passed (obviously), my parents celebrated 33 years of marriage (holy cow) and we ourselves are about to celebrate five. We didn't do anything extravagant for The Fourth this year, but we did get to have Alan around, which is something we haven't had the last couple of years.We've been incredibly busy with life lately, so a quiet holiday was exactly what we needed. We managed to venture out to my hometown where they hosted a little shindig in the park. While browsing the booths of local creatives, we were drawn to a colorful stand of children books and purchased this cute activity set  for our little bookworm to have alongside her during all of our near travels this summer.

I love the fact that Lyla gets so excited about books, especially when tablets seem to be all the rage these days. We recently purchased ABC Mouse for Lyla, so I am not totally against the technology curve, I just personally believe that being hands-on with littles is the best way to approach learning -- we're all about moderation here. Upon buying Lyla's activity set, I also signed up for a raffle prize that Usborne Books was offering. I never really sign up for those things, because let's face it, I have terrible luck, but I figured we thought the books were super cute and even if we didn't win at least I'd know where to purchase more. Long and behold, I won! --or rather Lyla won.
The prize was this book ^above , the illustration as you can tell is absolutely gorgeous. Another really cool thing about this book is you can use a flash light to reveal hidden illustration--Lyla thought that part was "Super really awesome!" We had no idea which book we were going to receive, but it just so happened we were coincidentally gifted the perfect book. I love so much that Lyla's favorite page is the Florida one, seeing as that is where she was born and where her first memories were made. It's funny, she still talks about Florida and our old place, friends, things we did, places we went -- makes me miss it just a tad. 

As most of you know, I am a stay-at-home Mommy, which also means I have been doing pre-school activities at home with Lyla since an early age. Now we only have a year left before sending Lyla off to kindergarten (insert ugly crying face) and I've been on the hunt for more educational/activity books, I definitely feel that I've found what I have been looking for with Usborne Books & More, their products are beautifully made and yet, still affordable. Their site is definitely worth checking out, especially if you have littles or you know someone who has littles. 

On another note, I wanted to talk a little about why I haven't been posting as frequently or as often as I'd like to, and the reason... life. Life is full of curve balls and without going into too much detail, I've just been trying to figure out how to handle everything. Stress is a huge factor as to why I haven't put much of my energy where it should be, but since refocusing, I am ready to go full force. I have a lot panned for the rest of the summer and I look forward to sharing my crazy life with all of you. Thanks for sticking with me through my scattered posts. Happy Weekend friends! 

Lyla's Fourth Birthday

This weekend our little Lyla Beans turned FOUR YEARS OLD. Time out! I cannot believe I have a four year old, where did the time go? I know that's so cliche to say, but seriously, it feels like it was just yesterday that I was holding a tiny human against my chest for the first time and now, I'm chasing after a super fast, outgoing, beautiful little girl-- and by chase, I mean trying to keep up, girl goes non-stop and she's fast too. This year was an extra special birthday for a few reasons: her daddy was able to be here (no deployment), it's her last year before starting kindergarten, and could possibly be one of the last times she celebrates her birthday with close family (our big move). Mix celebrating milestones with flipping through baby pictures and you get a recipe for tears, it never fails. Oh man, I am already dreading her first day of kindergarten. I cannot believe how much she has grown this last year, her personality is shining and brightening every space she enters. I am so grateful to be this little girl's Mommy. 
Lyla has been obsessing over all things magical, as well as any and everything to do with princesses, so when we asked her what she wanted to do for her birthday, she told us she wanted a magical princess party. Since she didn't have a party for the last two years in a row, I felt the  absolute need to fulfill her wish--to the best of my ability during 100+ weather at least.
These Princess wands were berry-licious and a hit at the party, they were gone just as fast as I brought them out. Most of our part supplies came from Target but since stock varies from store to store, I was curious if I could find the party supplies elsewhere for you guys and I did-- All hail Amazon!
The gift bags were a last minute DIY project, took maybe 20 minutes for me to do twelve bags, I didn't spend much time on calligraphy this time around because...I'm gunna be real here, I was pooped from back to back store/out of town trips. If I were to have planned this DIY I probably would've gone with aesthetically appealing craft taped opposed to the typical Scotch tape.
The original plan was for Lyla and her guests to be dressed up in Princess dresses, but I quickly realized what a horrible idea that would've been, especially in this heat, plus all the kids were going swimming and it would've just been a hassle. However, if you don't have a pool and the weather isn't as hot at as it is here, having all the girls run around in their dresses would be darling. I was happy we  went with summer clothing instead-- how cute is this dress? 
Ever since we watched Beauty And The Beast with Lyla she has been asking for a dress just like Belle's yellow one. I decided against a plastic tiara for her Belle dress, simply because they always end up getting stepped on the same week. You can see the one I opted for, here.
Here we have a family favorite, homemade triple chocolate cake. Store bought cakes aren't something we fancy around here. Lyla doesn't care for them and if she's anything like me, its because store bought cakes always seem to come with a headache-- anyone know why? Apart from cake, watching Lyla play with her Daddy on her birthday had to be my favorite part. 

Father's Day Gift Ideas

This time last year, we were getting ready to send Alan off on deployment, so most of his gifts revolved around what he was going to need on the ship (sleeping bag and other stuff he would need on the ship)-- so glad that's not happening this year! For a fun spin on these gifts, you can throw in something like a fishing license, tickets to a concert, or  a hotel reservation. If none of these tickle your fancy, you can stick to pancakes, peppered bacon, and coffee -- a much appreciated morning in our home. Have fun celebrating the guys in your lives! 

What are your plans for Father's Day, any gift ideas? I would love to know how you celebrate! 

5 Recipes To Try This Summer

Hey friends! Hope you all enjoyed your Memorial Day weekend. While most of you were out BBQing and what not, our family was busy packing. I feel like every summer we move or have some sort of drastic life change --probably because that's been the case since '12. Any who, this summer is no different, we're on the move again. I'm hoping this will be our last move for a few years at least. I caught myself daydreaming of backyard parties, ice cream on the deck, road trips, tan lines ( the whole summer shebang), but if we're being honest, food was the number one thing I was thinking about. I figured since I often get asked for recipes, I would make a list of recipes I plan on trying this summer, like this Lemon Baked Chicken, which was mouthwatering. Although, if I had to change one thing about it, I would skip broiling and lightly brown the chicken first. Here's a handful of recipes I plan on trying

Breakfast sundaes for the little one and I. 

Grilled peaches ft vanilla ice cream could be a new family favorite.  

I'm a sucker for this Cilantro Lime Chicken topped with avocado salsa (guac?)

I can see myself ending my days with a Malibu Sunset. I also love that you can easily make this a virgin drink by using coconut water instead of rum.