Lately, I’ve been reading hella articles on 20-somethings aka millenials, on how they’re super choosy when it comes to their jobs. Seems as if us young folks are gracing the papers with our high maintenance requests, needs for a super cool office environment and Ritual Coffee…Seems like we got the upper hand. If anything, I […]Read more "Choosy #Millenials"
Sup ya’ll. Hope everyone had a fantasmic weekend. I spent time with family, spent a little too much money on credy cards, and I’m now budgeting. ;(. Maybe I shouldn’t have bought that Clinique brightening night cream. Damn, why is beauty so expensive?! On a more serious note, One more week till I start my […]Read more "Monday Night News"
The media is shifting their views on powerful women. And so am I. The majority of women are no longer aspiring to be stay-at-home mothers, secretaries, or to even retire at some entry level position. No, women are now wanting more when it comes to their career goals. We want the executive titles. We want […]Read more "Alpha Female//Beauty+Power+Independence"
My toes are cold, I’m finishing up my Blue Bottle coffee, and I’m planning out how to spend my lovely Sunday off. I’d like to first start off this blog by saying that I am so excited to finally start my career in Marketing. Thanks to a great company in Silicon Valley, I now have […]Read more "5 Ways to…Just 5 Ways to Live Life the Daisy Way"
As we continue to brainstorm our new launch for this site for January 2015, I thought i’d like to share a little bit, a lil sneak peek of what we’ve been doing so far with SimpleStella. I met up with lulu this past weekend and went back to my hometown. 15 min. away is Napa, […]Read more "New Ideas for Simple Stella"
“If we learn to open our hearts, anyone, including the people who drive us crazy, can be our teacher.” ― Pema Chödrön I don’t know how this quote pertains to my day off, but I like Pema Chodron, and this is the first quote that I came up on. Excuse me, it’s my day off, […]Read more "Day Off Needed"
“Living is a form of not being sure, not knowing what next or how. The moment you know how, you begin to die a little. The artist never entirely knows. We may be wrong, but we take leap after leap into the dark.” -Agnes De Mille As a writer, there were several times in my […]Read more "Looking Into the Mirror"