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Celebrity Wine Favorites

16 Sep

Scrolling through my twitter feed this morning, I stumbled upon this story about celebrities and their favorite wines.  I didn’t realize Fergie and her Dad made their own wine.  Or that Drew Barrymore had her own line of wines, either!  Have you ever had wines made by celebrities?  I would love to hear if you did and your thoughts on if they’re any good.

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While we don’t make wine, we have a great selection of personalized wine glasses that go great with any wine.  Our glassware boutique has a beautiful selection that is loved by the Today Show and other media outlets.  So personalize your own and fill it with your favorite wine and enjoy!

Cheers!

xoxo

Jennifer

Ten Important Milestones Worth Celebrating

29 Jul

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Life is full of milestone birthdays starting with the very first birthday at one year old.  After the first birthday, there are many milestones along the way that are worth celebrating.  The experts at The Stationery Studio were asked to help celebrate milestone celebrations on the Today Show this morning with gift and party planning ideas.  With ideas for every milestone, TheStationeryStudio.com has put together a list of ten important milestone birthdays worth celebrating:

  1.  1 –   Turning one is a milestone within itself!
  2.  10 – Turning double digits
  3.  13 – First teenage birthday and bar/bat mitzvah for Jewish teens
  4.  16 – The Sweet Sixteen
  5. 18 – Teenagers can drive
  6. 21 – Legal drinking age
  7. 30 – The age where you are considered old
  8. 50 – Considered “over the hill”
  9. 65 –  Official age of retirement
  10. 100 – An honor to make it to 100!

What other milestone birthdays do you think are important to celebrate?

xoxo

Jennifer

Why Handwriting is Important

17 Jun

Someone at work just shared an article with me about the importance of handwriting.  I’ve always felt strongly that it is in fact important.  I remember being in college and writing down my notes during a lecture. There is science showing that writing your notes down actually helps us to remember the information better than just reading it.  A new study is showing that handwriting helps activate a part of our brain for learning.

What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades,” by New York Times writer Maria Konnikova, talks about the studies associated with these findings.  I found the article fascinating and worth reading as messages are being sent more and more through electronic devices.  It also reminds me to journal my thoughts and write that thank you card.  There is science proving it’s good for my brain!

How do you feel about handwriting?  Do you think it’s important?

xoxo

Jennifer