Thursday, September 30, 2010
Seattle Met magazine lets you in on Nathan's secret recipe. Click on blog title above to read the story.
Make one at home and let us know how it is.
Photo by Barbie Hull.
Today's Daily Candy WEEKEND GUIDE picks the City's top Events and Diversions. Topping it is AMERICAN CUTTING CO. PHOTO SHOOT THURSDAY.
The story reads, "VOGUE.
What: Downtown salon offers a shampoo and cut for $22, blowouts for $25, and gratis postbeautification photo shoots. (Web-size digital pics are free; four-by-six prints are $5.)
Why: You know you need a new profile pic. Plus, the first 30 DailyCandy readers in attendance today will receive a gift card good for a free cut/shampoo/condition/styling, a free Blow Dry Bar service, or $10 off any product/service of $30 or more.
When: Photo shoots and half-off all services, today, 1-3 p.m. Salon hours, Mon.-Wed., 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; Thurs. & Fri., 7 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 1123 First Ave. (206-395-2060).
Thank you Daily Candy. Click on blog title above to visit American Cutting Co's website.
Photoshoot Thursdays occur one Thursday a month. After today's special, the next one is scheduled for Thursday, October 21. So book now!
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Writer Cheryl Reid-Simons reports on Cathy Haffner of BetterBecause and her vision to "find happiness in the everyday". It's a terrifc article for Seattle University's magazine.
Click blog title above to read the entire story which starts, "Cathy Haffner, ’83, traded in the stress and demands of corporate life and started a movement that is rooted in happiness—finding joy and contentment in everyday life. Plenty of people daydream about rebooting their lives, but it's rare to find someone who actually does it. It's rarer still to find someone who does it while perched on one of the highest rungs of the corporate ladder.
But that's exactly what Cathy Haffner, '83, did two years ago, quitting her job as senior vice president..., co-writing a book and launching an inspirational movement to promote the little and big things that make life better. In the process she traded boardroom presentations to executives for workshops in women's shelters and book club meetings. And she says her life is better because of it."
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
For those who haven’t yet read “Age Gets Better With Wine-New Science For A Healthier, Better & Longer Life” by Dr. Baxter, Jim Dever’s recent interview captures the highlights of the key ways wine supports health and longevity. Thanks Jim for the great and informative interview!
Posted by Kat Spellman. The Spellman Company. Marketing and PR. at 7:00 PM