Sunday to Sunday: Fall 2015-Week 2


Marta Waldrop BergmanI went tide pooling and wanted to take an epic photo. Almost resulted in me falling to my death. -Marta Waldrop Bergman

RH_Week2_S2SWho said Mondays are boring? Happy Hour networking event with Impact Radius at the lovely Belmond El Encanto– Rasmus Hallgren

IMG_4421Hanging out at Miramar beach, a great local spot for paddle boarding. -Kari Jensen
FullSizeRenderExploring Lompoc California on a Saturday morning. -Travis

AngelicaFinally started to cool down in our beautiful Santa Barbara, and it feels like fall is on its way.-Angelica

FullSizeRender1One of my favorite places when I visit Northern California is Hakone Gardens. So peaceful to walk around the gardens and see beautiful Koi fish. -Sujin Chon

JessicaSand dollar at Hollister Ranch in Gaviota CA. – Jessica

AJSkiles2The weekend is for trying new and delicious food. This beautiful dish is the Spicy Pork and Chicken Bowl from Miso Hungry. Soon to be featured in an upcoming article here on the Odyssey. Look for it soon.

Carolina BengtssonVisiting the amazing Courthouse in Santa Barbara -Carolina Bengtsson

Daniel Iszak

Nothing beats a tasty burger with handcut fries and crunchy cheddar pieces at Nectar Lounge and Eatary.-Daniel Iszak


The Santa Barbara Roasting Company, established in 1989, is no longer just a place for chatting with your friends. It’s a public office space with good music and great coffee, where many millennials are getting work done.- Jimmy Waern

hannah ‘ Catching some view on one of State Street’s rooftops. Palm trees, clouds, and baby blue eye sky’s included’ -Hannah Cooper


About Author

Kari Jensen

Kari Jensen is a recent graduate of Antioch University Santa Barbara where she pursued a Bachelors degree in Psychology. Throughout her academic journey she has taken the opportunity to express her interests in sustainable food & drink trends writing articles for Antioch’s Odyssey Online and exercising her professional photography skills. With a passion for social justice, she volunteers for the Freedom to Choose Foundation as a social media intern promoting education for second chances. Kari seeks to incorporate her heart-driven personality with her academic voice to make a difference in the lives of others.

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