My weekly round-up of what to do, where to eat, things to see and deals to shop.Read More
I'm still recovering from last weekend's bachelorette party -- honestly, though. It was so much fun + I can't wait to share with you what it was like to attend my FIRST bachelorette + my personal tips for any that you attend. But in the meantime, I'm crawling out of bed to give you guys some weekend reads.
And ICYMI: that Spirit Airlines brawl? I WAS THERE. And my flight was delayed for HOURS, so I didn't get home until a few hours before having to GET UP for work. Not an excuse, but rather...yeah...it's an excuse, but I don't feel sorry for myself. I've been cooking up tons + tons of awesome content for you babes!Read More
Hello and happy weekend! We are back for yet another round of weekend reads. I am writing from one of the most exciting events of the year, SharePoint Saturday DC! Not actually super exciting at all, but I was asked to attend and smile. So here I am. Silver lining? I have $300 of LOFT Cash to go spend after today.
This week has been CRAY-ZEE. I don't know about you guys, but I had an event every night this week, and I was working from about 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. every day. I got strep, tasted the most amazing Chilean wine that cost less than $20. But I also got to hang out with Fashion Santa at the Ritz in DC and donate money. PLUS, last night I spent my afternoon at Sechoir Beauty Bar in Mosaic. I saw Walid, and he made me cry with how in love I was with the result. Anyways, I'm happy it's the weekend, and I'm honestly even happier to dig into some weekend reads.
So with that, here we go:
In a world of Donald Trump as the president, and viral videos of Star Wars masks, at least we know that the world likes to look up puppies. [Merriam-Webster]
And as if 2016 hasn't been enough of a shit show, the beloved Howard Shultz (Starbucks CEO) is stepping down. [Buzzfeed]
But, we can all breathe a sigh of relief knowing that the latest hipster parenting trend has surfaced in Brooklyn: Papa. [NY Mag]
Speaking of NYC, my favorite New Yorker, The Freckled Life, shared her favorite mules. And I literally want them all. Right now. [The Freckled Life]
Whether you're an entrepreneur, an inventor, or a recent implant into the startup scene, you'll want to read this piece on product development from Maxim. [Linkedin Pulse]
Washington Post Editor Marty Baron won the prestigious Hitchens Prize. Then said this about journalism. [Vanity Fair]
And I wouldn't be a DC foodie if I didn't share the best restaurant openings this week! [Eater DC]
Hello, hello, hello and happy weekend! I have had a crazy schedule lately packed with fun events, great people and experiences. For both work and home, the rest of September is going to be a whirlwind. But I sat down this morning with a strong cup of coffee and put together some of what I'm reading, drinking, doing, obsessing over.
Stuff Mom (really) Never Told You: A podcast dedicated to talking about "the business of being a woman" from How Stuff Works. It's a great listen on the metro and helps you to think about the female in a different way. Plus the two hosts, Cristen and Caroline, are absolutely hilarious. They bring up amazing points on everything from female surfers to the work husband. Every episode is a think piece and every episode leaves me with a new opinion. Sorry for gushing, but no matter who you are, you should definitely give them a listen.
Oh my god, I'm a blogger too! On Thursay, I was out a little past my bedtime for a lovely event at Illusions of Georgetown, where a bunch of DC bloggers sipped champagne, shopped with Stella & Dot and took endless photos. Plus, I met my new go-to hair angel.
Which came first: The banana or the flavoring? A hilarious, run-on sentence piece about banana flavoring and how it originated.
It's like ClassPass, but for your desk lunch. From the founders of everybody's favorite gym motivation comes a new startup called MealPass. Basically, one flat fee for cheap, yummy lunches from your favorite DC digs all week. They're finally launching in DC with a party THIS MONDAY. Join me and sign up to attend here. (hint hint: There may or may not be some fun HONESTLY THOUGH X MEALPASS collaborations coming)
...I'm Delilah. Pop Culture Happy Hour did a little interview with (arguably) the most recognizable voice on the radio. Listen to her below or read this great piece on her from Buzzfeed.
Buzzfeed is the queen of social: We all know Buzzfeed rules supreme. Here's to all the other social media marketers out there trying to prove your ROI. May they ROI be ever in your favor.
What are you doing this weekend? Have you read something lately that really made you think? Share below! ✨