Just another day at the office…
Ok – loved The Pink Hotel by Anna Stothard! Somehow made it through the whole book, feeling like I was this seventeen year old, who was never even given a name. Enter the book through the eyes of this young one, freshly landed in Venice, CA from London to attend the funeral of her recently [...]
These Shoes Earned The Creepiest Pick-up Line – Ever! Walking up 34th St. Enjoying the glorious heat from the sun on my skin when a mid-thirties man comes up from behind and says, “Excuse me, I’ve never seen shoes like that before. I had to catch up with you to ask, what kind of shoes [...]
Because some books must be read and read again, I am re-Reading the entertaining, part-fictional work of F.G. Haghenbeck, The Secret Book of Frida Kahlo, an artist most of us know and I have loved her story for the melancholic drama she so eloquently endured and poured into her work. So far ahead of her [...]
SPOTLIGHT! Inspirational WOMAN! Found out about Aimee back in 2010 and thought she could use a re-lightening. Aimee Mullins is an inspiration not only as a woman but as an incredible human. I personally draw inspiration from those who do not let the sea of life uncontrollably toss them around and instead use the waves [...]
It’s that time again. Welcome the work week with some… Kat Dahlia, (my favorite last week) Lorde, Adele vs Daft Punk (Carlos Serrano Mix), Laura Mvula, Chlöe Howl, Benzel & Jessie Ware, FJK, Powel, SOHN and Rhye.
It’s March 8, 2013 and International Women’s Day! While being a girl is to us, unspeakably amazing, it is equally as challenging and in some places indescribably difficult to thrive being a woman. On a day like today, and all other days for that matter, we should support and encourage each other and never forget [...]
You should be watching these links from MAKERS. Reshma Saujani: The New Feminism Saujani talks about the changing definition of feminism and how her father read to her about change makers, and how she has become a change maker herself. And of course, Girls Who Code, one of our favorite programs!
I tried to drown my sorrows, but the bastards learned how to swim, and now I am overwhelmed by this decent and good feeling. Frida Kahlo
Welcome your week with some musical treats by Jessie Ware, Moko, Blood Orange, Marina And The Diamonds, Pretty Heart, Stamp The Wax, Cat Power, MO, Cocorosie & Haim.