There’s nothing we look forward to more than reading a great book Sunday night, before another long week. Right now we’re eating up “The Pie Life,” by Samantha Ettus. Weaving stories from hundreds of women, Ettus challenges us to thrive in life without the guilt of trying to balance it all.
The book includes exercises (they’re helpful!) and advice we could all use – including how to manage to our 25 24-hour day by making the smallest changes.
If you don’t know Ettus then now is the time to read her work – from Amazon, “…since earning her undergraduate and MBA degrees from Harvard, Sam has become a bestselling author of four books, a writer for Forbes, a renowned speaker and host of a nationally syndicated call-in radio show…[she] has been featured and quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Inc., Fast Company and Success Magazine.
Do yourself a solid and buy this one hardback. Kindle is easier. Hardback, more satisfying.
Craving an experience? Visit Cherry & Martin Gallery in Culver City.
Current exhibit features Canadian, by way of Brooklyn, artist Holly Coulis. Her current exhibit of still life paintings, “Days and Nights, Lemons,” will force the viewer (you) to “challenge their eyes, the art object and the conventions of painterly vision.” Yes, please.
Book the Parachute Hotel and experience Venice like a local! Sneak away for a romantic night in your own, penthouse hotel apartment in the heart of Venice on Rose Avenue.
Parachute – the modern bedding and textiles brand – has launched its first luxury hotel featuring Parachute linens. Enjoy 2200 square feet featuring master bedroom, open floor layout and spacious outdoor dining and lounging space. Book now!
Pop downstairs for some ice-cream at Jeni’s Venice location (the competition with Salt & Straw is real. Get ready to pick sides) and then stroll over to Abbot Kinney for some retail therapy and dinner at Gjelina. Pick up bedding from the flagship Parachute store downstairs after your well-deserved great night’s sleep.