I know that I’m a few years late to the whole podcast phenomenon, but I recently jumped on board and haven’t looked back. I don’t know what I was waiting for, or why I waited so long to download my first few episodes and just start listening, but whatever the reason is, I’m just glad that I actually started. There really is no bad time to jump in head first, and with all of the amazing content out there just waiting to be discovered, I think now is as good a time as any. I’m sharing my top 25 favorite podcasts today, and hope that, if you haven’t started to listen yet, I can convince you to jump on board, and if you have, that I help you discover a new favorite!
We’ve officially hit the last month of Summer and while everyone else is prepping for back to school and fall activities, I’m over here trying to squeeze every last drop out of these warm days before they’re gone. And guess what…?! You STILL have time to throw that epic summer BBQ that you never got around to yet. I promise. I have a few more summer inspired posts that I’ll be sharing with you guys next week, but today, I feel like we should focus on one of the important details for your outdoor shindig…the playlist! This printable Summer BBQ playlist is a retro rock montage with all of the greats making an appearance. It’s going to bring you back to your younger days, or you’ll become a new fan if you haven’t heard these songs before. If that’s the case, I’ll just politely excuse myself now and we can pretend I didn’t just age myself with this download.
Cinco de Mayo is just about two weeks away. Holy frijole! (See, I’m already in the mood).
Usually, when I plan a get together they tend to take a turn from “small and intimate” to “over the top” before long. Go hard or go homeless, right? (That’s what I tell myself anyways. Thanks to E-40 and Big Sean for the tip).
Invitations are always the first thing that your guests see. It can get people super excited and looking forward to your soiree. They also happen to be the first place that I like to set the tone about what’s to come.
A traditional paper invite always has it’s place, but why not make your invites a little more fun?