This weeks tech post comes via a late Thursday night/early Friday morning date night with the wife. I had been scoping out a new movie named Hardcore Henry that was released yesterday. I had high hopes for this film for a variety of reasons: 1. I love action movies 2. I love new and groundbreaking... Continue Reading →
Reality is What You Make It!
Hey its Brent with another Tech Tuesday post! I want to switch up my tech Tuesday post with a new series of posts once a month that will focus on products or technologies that are poised to explode this year. These include wearable tech, 3D printing, VR tech, and others. So check back throughout the... Continue Reading →
My ‘Knight’ in New York
So have you ever wondered how to convince your husband to drive 4 hours to New York for a Italian Fashion Magazine Launch Party? Now since I share this blog with my husband, Brent, I can't reveal too many secrets but I'll share some. 1st: It has to be free. 2nd: Mention briefly the event... Continue Reading →
Thank you Myrtle Beach
No kids. No work. Never a stay-cation. Every November, we try to take a trip together. And, it's usually necessary. We love each other. But a friendly reminder of why is key to maintaining your marriage. First issue, we have when choosing a trip is Naomi will only do warm weather for vacation. She mentioned... Continue Reading →
Noooo Wire Hangers!!!
"Finding a resolution for problems involving the unknown, the difficult, (is) ... gratifying." At age 87, Betty Halbreich continues to live a life of fashion and style and has unknowingly affected our culture, society, and trends. The book immediately throws you into her world as a child, which was completely foreign to me, not only because of the... Continue Reading →
Wait…so I can be Parisian in Baltimore???
Now, be mindful that the first time I left Baltimore was for graduate school in NYC in 2001, and I the only foreign languare I studied was Spanish from 3rd grade until second year of college. That being said despite some language and somewhat cultural barriers, the authors did a great job of making the book relatable.... Continue Reading →