‘Trying to keep it real’: A guide to the world of ‘California life’

Here’s what you need to know about living in California, with a special focus on the Golden State.1.

You don’t have to be a Californian to enjoy a California lifestyle, even if you’re not a tourist.

It’s easy to get caught up in the lifestyle, but there are plenty of reasons to be.2.

You can live in a lot of places in California.

From the mountains of Northern California to the coastal cities of Southern California, there are tons of things to do in the Golden Valley.

The best part is, there’s no need to commute to the nearest town or go to the airport for a vacation.3.

You won’t find yourself living alone.

You could even consider living with a roommate, if you’d like.4.

The state is rich in food.

Cali’s great food is also great for a California break from the grind of the daily grind.

From local farms to the meatpacking district, you’ll find something to satisfy your palates.5.

California has a lot to offer in terms of museums, beaches, and parks.

If you want to be outside in the sunshine, there is something for everyone in the state.6.

It doesn’t hurt to be creative.

Take a trip to the art gallery, or go on a day out in the city, if that’s what’s best for you.7.

There are plenty to do near the coast.

There’s the beach, and there are lots of museums along the coast, too.

If the weather is nice, there may be some fun and friendly activities to take part in in the San Francisco Bay Area.8.

You’ll probably get along better with your neighbors.

Even though California is an island state, there aren’t many places in the Bay Area where you can go for a good dinner.

You may find it difficult to say no to a date, and you’ll certainly find a lot more time together on the weekends.9.

It’ll take you longer to learn a new language.

The only language you need is the one you speak, but if you’ve got a good grasp on it, California can be a very welcoming place to learn it.10.

There is a lot you can do in Cali.

There have been a lot, and it’s not just the beaches and the food, but also the mountains and the wine and the music.11.

The weather can be pretty mild, too, if not temperate.

California is also a great place to have a family.

The winters can be quite long, too; summer is just a few months away.12.

You might have a better time if you have a good sense of humor.

In California, that’s the key.

Not only are you likely to laugh, but you’ll also get to experience some of the best music in the country.13.

It has a vibrant arts scene.

It is a beautiful state, with plenty of art and music, and some of it is quite old.

It could be a good place to pick up a guitar and learn to play the guitar.14.

There may be a bit of a chill in some areas, but it can be downright chilly in others.

It can be especially cold in Northern California, especially when it gets too cold to walk around.15.

There aren’t that many places to eat.

If your family is eating out, you can get away with a few items that are cheap, like sandwiches.

If that’s not your style, you might want to consider dining out at a local restaurant.16.

There isn’t a lot in the way of housing.

The housing market in California is generally good, but don’t expect to find the perfect apartment.

It may not be cheap, but they’re not going to leave you with a huge debt.17.

The California climate is perfect for biking.

There can be days with no snow, but the California weather can provide a bit more of a challenge than other parts of the country in winter.18.

There really isn’t that much to do besides surfing.

You have the option of going for a ride on a bike, or going to a beach or park, or just relaxing and taking a nice walk.