Tuesday, June 30, 2009

All About Bikini

Test your bikini knowledge, see the latest beach trends, get bikini workout tips and more at PopSugars summer bikini blog. We love this site for it's fashion, health, fitness tips and more and love that they tailor a site for us summer lovers. Check it out at www.PopSugar.com.

Monday, June 29, 2009

The First Days of Summer

Surprise, surprise...the beach girls spent the first day's of summer in Laguna Beach which include a morning beach walk from Main Beach to Bluebird. Later we did lunch at the lovely Montage Hotel where we dined on our favorite halibut sandwich at The Loft, a restaurant in the hotel. The weather was perfect to capture the incredible views from the hotel. Looks like 4th of July will be just as nice.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Surfing Safety Tips - Break the Grip of the Rip

Rip currents have been a major issue in Daytona Beach, Florida this summer. Just the other day it was reported that in three days, about 500 swimmers had to be rescued in Volusia County. Be sure to stay safe when you’re surfing this summer no matter what beach you are at.

Check out these safety tips from the National Weather Service.
1. Learn out to get out of a rip current: Break the Grip of the Rip.
2. Read these tips on how to stay safe.
3. Check your local surf forecast before you go out.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

500 Swimmers Rescued From Rip Tides

This past weekend, the Volusia County lifeguards in Florida had their work cut out for them with more than 500 water rescues. The majority of saves were due to swimmers getting caught in rip currents. In some cases, entire families were swept away from shore at the same time. Lifeguards say that heavy surf over the last month has contributed to hundreds of rip currents and beach goers have been warned that these conditions could remain for a while. Still with temperatures in the mid- to upper-90s across Central Florida it's hard to keep people out of the water so every lifeguard station was manned and ready last weekend. Luckily, only two people were hospitalized on Friday and they're expected to be OK.

Monday, June 22, 2009


A bill to re-authorize the BEACH Act is moving through Congress.
The Clean Coastal Environment & Public Health Act will do more
to protect public health and improve water quality at our
nation's beaches. Let Congress know that you support clean
beaches and immediate access to critical water quality

Urge your Representatives to support the prompt passage of this

You can take action on this alert either via email (please see
directions below) or via the web at:

Visit the web address below to tell your friends about this.

Beach water pollution is threatening the health of beach-goers and the vitality of coastal economies across this nation. Reliance on slow and outdated monitoring methods is forcing beach managers to make important public health decisions with day-old water quality information. This puts public health at risk and often forces
pre-emptive beach closures, which may or may not end up being necessary.

The Clean Coastal Environment and Public Health Act mandates the adoption of rapid testing methods that provide water quality information within hours of sampling. It forces states to issue beach advisories within 24 hours and sets new standards for
public notification. This bill will also, for the first time, allow state beach grants to be used to track the sources of beach pollution and, in the Senate bill, to clean up these sources.

Help our coastal communities manage clean, healthy beaches by co-sponsoring and supporting the prompt passage of this important piece of legislation. To sign-on, please contact the office of Representative Pallone or Senator Lautenberg. I encourage you to take action by December 30, 2009.

Spotted at Starbucks

Real OC Housewife spotted inland. Lynne and her husband were enjoying a latte this morning at Starbucks in the Fashion District of Downtown LA.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Let Your Sandals Glow

Have you ever had a summer beach day turn into a summer evening? You start a bonfire, and enjoy dinner outside and under the stars. But then the evening ends, you gather your things, and put the fire out. But, oh no, where are your flip-flops?

This can now be prevented if your flip-flops have solar energy and glow in the dark. I present to you Havaianas "Cool" glow-in-the-dark flip-flops ($28). May you never loose your flip-flops again.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009