Each week, I compile a small collection of stuff I wrote, read, tried, watched, tasted, fell asleep on ( last two are mostly a joke).
If you’ve been following the news this week, you’ve seen that airlines have featured heavily for various reasons. A video of one flight attendant went viral, and I wrote about it here.
Also over on Adweek’s AdFreak: This video is super upsetting, but it gets the point across. (In fact, I’m searching for first aid courses in my area now.)
If you love TIHIF right here on Fridays, you might like the GIF series I’m doing on BabyCenter – all parenting related. This week’s installment heavily features Idina Menzel.
I met Anne Bogel of Modern Mrs. Darcy on the www, and she is super smart and super savvy. She released a book on Amazon called How She Does It – nice and short, perfect Kindle length, full of great ideas for women who want to do the whole work/life thing well. Check it here.
Last year I hit the dance floor (more like city square) in Guatemala (celebrating their Independence Day!) with Jamie as a brief hiatus from our entire point of being there, which was working with World Vision. I’m doing something pretty big with her again this year (it doesn’t even feel real; I broke the news to family and friends today). I know a lot of you follow her as well, so let me link to her announcement here, and I’ll write about it more at length next week.
I’ve been traveling a lot lately, and I keep reaching for these shoes to toss into my carry-on. They’re only five ounces and they work well with jeans or a casual dress or workout clothes, so I’ve been digging them. Reebok sent them to me for a campaign, but my contract’s up and all of my obligations have been fulfilled, so I’m just sharing this with you because I reeeaally like them, and I might buy another pair.
Once a week I’m going to give a little public football chest bump to some of the NF partners that help keep this site rolling semi-smoothly. Minimal bumps. Minor fender damage, really.
Meet Tamara. She’s a certified personal trainer and yoga instructor, and her website is a great spot for women and moms. On a personal level, she’s super nice and easy to talk to, and that definitely reflects in her writing. Like, she hasn’t yelled at me to quit my Cheetos habit yet, so I’m feeling pretty good.
Catch you tomorrow for TIHIF!