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In honor of Women’s History Month, learn about these Latinas who conquered Old Hollywood.

After reading about the making of Crossroads, I totally had to watch the movie for the first time — so much great ’90s stuff!

Another great movie from that era? Bring It On.

From Popsugar, how to deal with dark spots. (Apparently Latinas are prone to them, boo!)

Rent the Runway now has an unlimited option. Totally not a fit for my lifestyle, but I can see the appeal.

I’ve been an Elisa Benson fan girl for a long time (she’s the social director at Cosmo and Seventeen) I loved this interview with her by Her Campus.

Too good: the day that blew up the Internet, a retrospective. (One word: llamas.)

Important news for my fellow Philadelphians: a French fry bar is opening in Rittenhouse.

~ Sarah

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Happy weekend! Bundle up and catch up on some interesting stories.


So where did dogs come from?

Super interesting: younger millennials are ditching their driver’s licenses.

How the odds are stacked against women in Shark Tank.

This roundup of the best eyecreams has me ready to try my next one.

Love this list of inspiring and colorful cubical decorating ideas from Revelist.

Kendall has some excellent last-minute Valentine’s ideas around Philly, or for any date night!

~ Sarah


This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Hair Cuttery Salons. All opinions are 100% my own. 

You know that after-haircut feeling that makes you feel like you can conquer the world and leads you to posting one too many selfies? It’s an awesome feeling, but it’s one I can take for granted too. In a visual, looks-driven society, any confidence boost can help — and sharing that confidence is just as important!

This is where Hair Cuttery’s Share-A-Haircut program comes in. For every haircut purchased at a Hair Cuttery on Feb. 1-2 (that’s next week!), a free haircut certificate will be donated back to a homeless person in that same community. (To distribute the certificates to those in need, Hair Cuttery partners with local shelters and community organizations.) It can be hard to believe, but a simple haircut can be a total transformation.

Hair Cuttery Share-A-Haircut

A haircut that might seem like a fun way to pamper yourself can make an even more meaningful impact to someone else — it could be something that helps them get their next job, or give them a more optimistic outlook on life. Now is as good a time as any to share that positivity.

Walk in or book a haircut at Hair Cuttery February 1st or 2nd and help someone in your community!