5 Tequila Cocktail Recipes for Cinco de Mayo

Because the glory of tequila shouldn’t be confined to margaritas or shot glasses. Fast-forward through April showers and May flowers—imagine summer weather with plenty of shorts, sand, sunshine and plenty of opportunities to drink outside without freezing at night. Cinco de Mayo or not, it can’t hurt to know one (or two) tequila cocktail recipes. Cheers! Watermelon-Tequila Cocktail   {here’s the recipe} Grapefruit Tequila Slammer … Continue reading 5 Tequila Cocktail Recipes for Cinco de Mayo

Bedroom Makeover | The Paint

After moving back to Connecticut from Newport, I have finally repainted my childhood bedroom. It’s a night and day difference between Behr’s Blueberry Shake and Sherwin Williams’ Interactive Cream. I originally picked out Croissant, which was only one shade cooler than the neutral, but the Social Media Addict in me convinced the Francophile to have faith.  It’s so much nicer seeing the crisp, white down quilt and … Continue reading Bedroom Makeover | The Paint

A Brief Hiatus, Explained

I’ve said that I’ve dropped the ball on blogging on a regular basis before, but this time I’ll be honest and say that I’ve really gotten off track lately. This past summer and early fall has been a crazy one—on top of already working with existing social media clients, I’ve switched jobs twice, as well as had to deal with more personal affairs, and have … Continue reading A Brief Hiatus, Explained

How to Set Up Your Arbonne Party

If you’re just starting to launch your Arbonne business, here are some tips and tricks on how to organize your materials and samples for your events. 1. Get the right materials for prospects  Be sure to order the extra catalogues and brochures, such as “The Arbonne Advantage” or the “Host Planner” handout, as well as a sign-in sheet or form. You want to make sure … Continue reading How to Set Up Your Arbonne Party