I personally love Monday’s. Monday’s are “my” days. My typical routine is that I wake up, clean up the apartment a bit from the weekend while coffee is brewing and then sit at my desk to make a do-to list for the day/week. It is the most essential time for me to get organized for the week ahead and start off on the right page.
My first priority is to catch up on emails. I try my best to answer everyone in less than 48-hours. I swear this is one things that everyone can work on and will help set you apart from the rest. It makes you easier to work with, more professional, the list goes on and on. Also – if you make sure to reply right away, nothing will be able to get skipped over or have a chance to slip through the cracks. It is one of the most important tips I can offer people. Be reliable!!
I’m going to be catching up on emails until I head to my antigravity yoga class at noon. If you haven’t tried it you have to!! It is yoga, stretching and a visit to the chiropractor all in one. Try it and thank me later.
Ahh Summer, finally! I’ve been counting down the seconds, even though it is by far the hardest season on my hair. I am constantly outside in the Summer, meaning the sun causes extra dryness and damage. Pair this with heat-styling, and well, my locks deserved a little TLC. I scheduled an appointment at my Kérastase Salon in San Francisco, Joseph Cozza Salon, for a Fusio-Dose Treatment after my colorist, Jo Ann, raved about it during my last appointment.
It’s officially the first day of Summer!! Although, it has totally been Summer in my head for the past few weeks. I took a little break from work over the weekend with a retreat to Colorado to see friends and family, and to celebrate Father’s day with the best dad in all the land. It is SO important to unplug every once and a while and just be completely in the moment.
This is one of my favorite dresses and photoshoots of all-time. I wear this dress every chance I get – it is so effortless and pretty for Summer. The incredible Anna Perevertaylo and I took these photos in the Almond Blossom Trees and it was just as magical in person as it looks in the photos. If you can believe that! An actual dream land for this flower (and almond) lover.
Recently I’ve been experimenting with some of my tops and have been trying to find ways to give them a different look. I have been obsessed with tying my over-sized tops to make them a little shorter and a lot more fitted. I love that it gives the top a completely different vibe/look! Sometimes I even wear items backwards to switch things up! For example, when the top is low-cut in the front, I switch it around to have a low back and high neck (like this Rebecca Minkoff dress)! Any one else have any little tricks like this?! Should I do a post on some of my clothing hacks?