Hey guys! My name is Chelsea Davis, aka Chey Chey, and welcome to my blog Chey Chey from the Bay. I’m a San Francisco native who’s spent a considerable amount of time post-graduation calling New York City my home[base], but after one too many winters and crowded subway rides, I’m absolutely thrilled to be back in The City by the Bay.
After giving an earnest attempt at working the normal 9-5 hustle, I decided to apply to a job that didn’t reflect my degree in any way, shape or form, or paid much of anything, but instead allowed me to do the things I’m really passionate about as much as possible. Obviously, I’m talking about eating, drinking and traveling.
This has been one of the best decisions of my life.
Fast forward to today and I’m a full-time freelance writer actually getting paid to do what I love. I created this blog to share my experiences and expertise on the good life with likeminded people who also get excited talking about the latest indulgent dessert they devoured, that time they accidentally stumbled upon the coziest ramen bar in the city or how thrilled they were when they realized how much their safari in South Africa reminded them of The Lion King.
This blog is a place for my personal insights and experiences from the trips I take around the world as a freelance writer. It’s also where you can find travel tips and things like destination guides and lists of the best spots to eat and drink (because who doesn’t love to indulge while traveling?). If you want to check out what I’m up to in real time, check out my Instagram, @cheycheyfromthebay! As much as I try to keep up with my blog, I share a whole lot more outside of it, so let’s connect!
Some of my favorite things in no particular order include tennis, hiking, sleeping through entire flights, glitter, 24-7 brunch, perfectly wrapped burritos, Dorritos, amuse bouche, being right on time, baking, doing absolutely nothing on a sandy beach, succulent plants, freshly made beds, Red Pandas, Corgis, bubble baths, fresh mani-pedis, out-of-the-box brownies, pad Thai, farmer’s markets and millennial feminism.
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