Friday, February 15, 2013
Worthy Links: 15.02.13
A few highlights of my week: I went back to Grinder. The place is still beautiful, the food is still good, and they still stir a mean martini. Another place that makes mean martinis is Big in Japan bar, which I visited for the second time last weekend. Really, a Montreal must. After all the martinis, I joined a gym. Studio Breathe to be precise. They mix martial arts and yoga. I can't wait to try their hot yoga kickboxing class.
Speaking of my favorite places, I finally launched my Little Black Book. I've been wanting to share my favorite restaurants, hotels and shops around the world for a while now, but sitting down to write it all down has been a challenge. Check it out whether you're visiting Montreal or just wondering where my favorite addresses are here and there. It's a work in progress kids, but it's a start.
On Monday, my buddies at Who What Wear launched their new website and it's looking fab! They sent me a pretty package for the launch. I'd Instagram myself in my new love t-shirt but I don't think I can compete with Chiara in terms of hotness (I'll try).
On Monday, I found out that my last post on MegBiram.com was featured on House Beautiful. Made my week.
On Tuesday, I booked my plane tickets to LA. I can't wait to be there for the Design Bloggers Conference, mingle with a few familiar faces and a few new ones.
On Wednesday, one of the co-founders of Frank & Oak gave a conference in my Electronic Marketing class. Inspiring stuff. Seriously, if you guys haven't convinced your boyfriends and husbands to join yet, do it. It's Beachmint for boys. But better.
And now that V-Day has come and gone, we can focus on some great links!
Victoria shared great downloadable graphics for blog layouts.
Katie shared Hermès' spring campaign shot in Lake Como.
I discovered Fash n Chips by Christine and I'm smitten.
Keely shared great tips on how to grow an orchid.
A must read for single gals (and guys).
Happy weekend everyone!
Disclosure: I am on the Who What Wear blogger network, but I wasn't compensated for this post (other than the gifted t-shirt and lipstick). I'm just a big fan of WWW and wanted to give them some love. All opinions are my own.