I'm Alison, a yoga instructor and lifestyle blogger living in San Francisco. I grew up in Southern California (Long Beach, to be exact), went to college on the Central Coast, and now live up north in the Bay Area with my husband Chris and our fur baby, Zeus. I love sharing my adventures in fitness, food, travel -- I hope they inspire you to live your happiest and healthiest life!

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A few weeks ago, I got an email invitation to a local event hosted by StudioGood, the #ShareSLO Mixer. I recognized the hashtag because I've used it myself on posts that I feel relate to the San Luis Obispo community, but the invitation itself was vague and I wasn't quite sure why I had been invited. Curious to see what this mixer was going to entail, I RSVP'd yes.

After meeting and mingling with other local residents, business owners, and social media influencers for an hour, I listened to Joey Leslie, President of StudioGood, and his team talk a bit about #ShareSLO and why we had all been gathered together at the event. The hashtag "ShareSLO" campaign was created to do exactly what it says: Share San Luis Obispo! The mixer was thrown on to raise awareness of #ShareSLO, establish new relationships and networks within the community, and encourage locals to tag their favorite small businesses and share local events.

I had a great time meeting new people and catching up with familiar faces as well. Thanks to a few local caterers, I also got to enjoy some delicious appetizers and even a few tastings from SLO Wine Country and Central Coast Brewing.

To all my local San Luis Obispians, if you have a social media account (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc), share some of your favorite things to do in town with the hashtag #ShareSLO.

And to my non-local San Luis Obispo friends reading this, be sure to check out the hashtag #ShareSLO if you ever plan on visiting the beautiful central coast. You'll be sure to find tons of cool places worth checking out!

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