I returned to directly to work from Memorial Day weekend, and I won't do that again. I returned home for my nephew's graduation and commissioned my mom to snap a pic of my outfit before I headed out the door. Check out my 'fit below.
I bopped around town in:
Denim Shirt: Thrifted
Khaki High Waist Wide Legged Trousers: Worthington Collection via J.C. Penny
I love to eat, therefore I sharing all the places I've eaten with you. I ate at Cuts steakhouse in Atlanta, GA for a friend's birthday this month. Get a feel for the vibe and food below.
Where: 60 Andrew Young Intetnational Blvd NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
I ordered the lamb burger topped with Vermont white cheddar with a side of cilantro garlic fries. It was delish. There are no fast food sized burgers here, I had to ask for a knife to cut it in half just so I could eat it properly. The service was great and the servers were very personable and brought our food out in a timely fashion.
The tasty looking flan for the birthday girl and her brother who was also celebrating his birthday.
While I did not indulge, I spotted a fully stocked wine cellar on display as you walked into the dining area.
My Final Thoughts:
I enjoyed my dinner in a calm atomosphere, especially for a Friday evening. We dined in a semi private space under dim lights. Cuts is a great spot for large parties or intimate dates. Snag a table in the corner for a meeting.
Would I Recommend to a Friend: Yes
Price:$$ Prepare to spend $20+ per person for entrees.
So I thought I was late to the party when I discovered the NYX Cosmetics app, NYX Mobile. I said to myself, "Why am I just now finding this out?" I played with it a bit, now I'm giving you the ins and outs of NYX Mobile. GEt details below!
I was sent a goody bag of sample products by my bestie who is a top Mary Kay product seller. She sells makeup, I love makeup, it only made sense for me to test out some products. I was sent quite a bit (Thank you, girl!), so this is the first of a series of looks I'll be doing. Get product and buying info below!
I've had this blog since 2009, and I'm sure you didn't noticed. Heck, I barely did because I rarely posted. I started it as a creative escape from the biology coursework that was consuming my life in college. However, I was so consumed, I didn't allow myself enough time to nurture my own little piece of the internet. What have I learned? Finding your voice is crucial as it reflects your content. To foster an audience, you'll have to be heavily invested as this blog will become your brand. While I'll still consider Diva Chronicles an infant, the blog has definitely refined and attracted more readers since its early days. Here's how I'm growing my audience
1. Must Love Writing
I consider writing as one of my hobbies. I have notebooks all around the house for several purposes. I've kept a journal since I was a child, and I'm working on two drafts that may or may not become books in the future. If you can't put it on paper first, chances are you won't be motivated to type it either.
**Diva Random: I wrote this post in my notebook BEFORE it made it to the blog.
There are many ways to prepare your body for bare legs and sandals, but one of them you can do at home. I just did it today. It's a homemade brown sugar body scrub. Check below to see how quick and easy it is to make.