Summer is winding down but it’s still extremely hot here in Southern California (it was 115 yesterday …yeah, it’s H-O-T). Even though the temperature might not reflect it, summer is coming to an end –but I’m not ready to completely let these lazy summer days go. I’m holding on a little bit longer while sipping this Seagram’s Escapes cocktail!
This is the last weekend before school is in full swing for both of our girls, so we set up for light and refreshing pre-dinner sips & salads this weekend (just for us grown ups). There’s no flavor that screams “summer” more than watermelon (am I right)?! That’s why this cocktail is the perfect one for your summer send off sipping enjoyment (now say that three times fast!). (more…)
Lately, my cravings for all types of popsicles seems to be growing stronger. I’m going to go ahead and blame it on all the delicious popsicle recipes I’ve been spotting on Pinterest. I love that you can combine so many different flavors when experimenting with recipes. Layering different types of juices when making them creates a fun and interesting treat –and you can get creative with flavors AND colors. Check out these striped juice popsicles.
I’ve been dreaming up my next summer party and of course my mind goes to all the great cocktails I could make. Last week I shared this Pomegranate + Raspberry Champagne Float and my mind keeps going back to frosty cool drinks (it must be the hot weather!).
This new recipe will be perfect for your next patio or pool party because it will keep you icy-cool!
Confession: I have about 500 wine corks that I’ve saved over the years. What does that mean? Well, I am always looking for new wine cork projects to do so when Evite and Cavit Wines reached out with this wine cork DIY, I knew I had to share it with you!
Time: 15 minutes for 5 charms Level of Difficulty: Medium
Fine-point permanent marker
Brass beading hoops or wine glass charms wire (available at craft stores or online)
Directions: Step 1: Cut cork into thin circular slices.
Step 2: Using a stencil and marker, write numbers on the cork slices.
I get really happy when summer rolls around and have been known to find reasons to entertain just so I could create a fun, refreshing cocktail. So when PAMA asked if I wanted to collaborate and create a summer cocktail I jumped at the chance.
I had never used pomegranate liqueur before but it will be one of my go-to’s from now on. It has a sweet, yet tart taste and a great ruby color. PAMA is made with all-natural pomegranate juice, premium vodka and a touch of imported tequila.
Wait –is there a wrong type of follower? There sure is. And if you’re into the #FollowforFollow crowd this post isn’t for you. I’m talking about building an Instagram following of highly engaged users who will be attracted to your content because they are genuinely interested in it. For me, Instagram should be about being purposeful not just popular.
If you’re using Instagram to grow your professional influence, attract customers to your small business, or build your brand … you should have a very clear idea of what type of followers you need to attract. Potential clients and customers, those who do (or might in the near future) need and want what you have to offer.
Everyone else? Well, you don’t need to worry about getting their attention. Inflated numbers of followers isn’t going to do anything for your business in the long run. If you want your efforts to pay off, shift your focus to these three things you should do in order to attract the right follower on Instagram.