Friday, October 19, 2012

What are you doing this weekend?

Happy Friday! What are your plans for the weekend?

This weekend is one of the few that I've been in Sarasota since, like, early September—between my brother being home, my work trip and spending a few Saturdays and Sundays out of town with ACS, I've not been home much—and I'm really looking forward to it. Tomorrow I'm trying Zumba for the first time (wish me luck!) and Sunday I'm going to a photo shoot for work that should be really fun, especially with this nicer weather we're having. It seems like it'll be the perfect mix of relaxation and action, and I'm looking forward to all of it.

In the meantime, here are three great—and very different!—articles if you're looking to do some reading this weekend:

This makes me want to go to Paris so badly: "The city’s true lifeblood of luxury can be found in the small neighborhood shops—some of them virtually unknown even among Parisians—owned by members of an elite group of professionals called the Meilleurs Ouvriers de France, or Best Craftsmen of France." (The New York Times)

Bill and Hillary forever: How the Clintons might have saved Obama's campaign. (I love that the writer refers to Bill as "the Y-chromosome Clinton" at one point in this piece.) (NY Mag)

"An Intimate Portrait of Innovation, Risk and Failure Through Hisptamatic's Lens." A fascinating piece on the people and ideas behind the Hipstamatic iPhone app. (Fast Company)

Have a great one and I'll see you Monday. xo

Photo by the lovely Sarah Tucker

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