30 Things to Do Your First 30 Days in LA

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picture courtesy of isayx3 of Flickr

Future & Current Angelenos,

Below is a free guide of 30 things you should do during your first month in LA. The list features restaurants, museums, attractions, and most importantly free things to do!

The goal is to get you out and about in the city and discover what LA has to offer during this next chapter of your life.

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See you soon,

Justin Resarieo

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Justin Resarieo is a creative entrepreneur and graduate of The University of Alabama. He has lived in LA for 6 years and enjoys the weather, creativity, and opportunity the city offers.


  • Reply July 2, 2013

    Nicole Simmonds

    Wow! This website has really helped me with a lot of insecurities that I have come across when thinking of moving to Los Angeles.
    Thank you so much guys! Keep up the great work 🙂

    • Justin
      Reply July 3, 2013


      Thanks Nicole. Glad we could help!

  • Reply July 31, 2013

    Victoria Marie

    Moving in November. Looking forward to receiving my free guide. Thanks for putting it together.

  • Reply August 23, 2014


    moving with my longtime boyfriend from NYC to LA next week….truly feel that finding your website is a godsend….i love it, content, design, etc…can’t wait to dive right into LA and leave the urine-stench of NYC behind…don’t get me wrong, i lived in NYC for 15 yrs, but i’m OVER it….it’s time…me and my guy thank you so much for being a fantastic source for making this transition. u rock.

  • Reply January 22, 2015


    This September I will become a member of the Angelenos, with 8 months ahead to get used, at least mentally, with my new life in LA. Thanks for the guide. I take it as a shortcut to solving and overseeing my needs.

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