I was gone, but now I’m back…
As you may have noticed, Desert Wanderlust has been on a bit of a hiatus the first half of this year. Things got busy, life happened (again), excuses, and more excuses. Some of my excuses you may find interesting, and perhaps beneficial to your life, so this post may not be about an amazing Palm Springs adventure, desert oddity, or hot new eatery, but instead a bit of shameless self-promotion. I don’t intend to make a habit of it, BUT just thought I’d share a few of the reasons there have been a lack of desert adventures.
Things that have been occupying my time, and things that have been occupying my partner in crime’s time, resulting in a lack of overall free time include:
The launch of our small line of goods under the moniker Peaks and Valleys.
‘Inspired by the coveted “free” time we all work so hard to obtain, to explore what’s around us and what’s afar.
Founded by a couple who grew up in very different areas of the world, yet found themselves surrounded by peaks and in valleys that would nurture a love for nature and travel.’
The start of a new business venture for my husband, Windmill City Screen Printing.
Having owned and operated a local retail store for over ten years in the valley Glen noticed a lack of reliable and quality printers. To fill this void he started his own boutique studio servicing the needs of the Palm Springs area and beyond. Interested in having something printed? Email him for a quote!
Lastly, about 8 months ago I obtained my Real Estate licence.
There’s a lot more to it than what they taught us in school! Luckily I’ve had some amazingly patient clients who’ve helped me learn a lot thus far. If you or anyone you know are interested, or just plain curious about residential real estate in Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley, feel free to contact me (Ashley Coy). No questions are bad questions!
It hasn’t all been work …we’ve managed to get in some play. However, in the few spurts of time we’ve managed to spare in the past 6 months we’ve packed our bags and boarded planes elsewhere. View our travels at sundaysfundays.com!