Living the good life: What are you doing this weekend?

Christina Amar of San Francisco tells us a little about herself and what she is doing this weekend.

Favorite neighborhood: I live in the Outer Sunset but when I go out, I love the Mission district.

What do you like to do around the Sunset: I like to ride my bike on the beach and I usually go to my favorite veggie place, Judalicious Juice. They have hemp milk.

Does that actually taste good? They put it in a smoothie, it gives you a boost.

Any plans this weekend? I’m in the Marina a lot because of work — I’m a pilates instructor so I’ll be teaching pilates and on Saturday night, I’m going to go see Madame Butterfly.

Favorite hobbies: Pilates and dance. I’ve been dancing since I was about 7.

Can we feature your weekend plans? Contact us at goodweekend@examiner.com.

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