Day 399, Hipsters: On the flip side of the words of wisdom spectrum, I rather enjoyed “Enjoy Every Taco”. Seems like a good motto!
Day 398, Hipsters: Lunch from the pop-up farmer’s market near my office included an HonesTea that said, “The mot misleading assumptions are the ones you don’t even know you’re making.” Yikes, right?
Day 397, Hipsters: Apparently, the JetBlue terminal at SFO has a wall of mounted saxophones. Who knew?
Day 396, Hipsters: Monday was Day 1 of a two day meeting which meant an evening team building activity! We went to one of those “wine & paint” places, though this one had a full bar with some pretty delicious cocktails. I feel like my tree had a pretty distinct “Willy Wonka/ Munchkinland” aesthetic.
Day 395, Hipsters: Sunday morning, we went to the most amazing brunch ever. Like, seriously, the best brunch ever. Plus, our bartender/waiter was adorable causing friend Jenn to say, “Oh look,we got brunch and a show.” Then, Beth & I headed to Tufts to see the Harmony Sweepstakes a capella competition benefiting the Bubs Foundation. I’m pretty sure that given the amount of a capella music I’ve seen, I’m qualified to judge competitions. I should look into that.
Day 394, Hipsters: Awkward tourist style selfie in Boston Commons! (Much to Beth’s chagrin since she actually lives there.) It was sooooo good to see some of my best/oldest friends. We had a lovely day of sunshine & shopping.
Day 393, Hipsters: On Friday, I flew out to Boston for another micro-vacation - this one to visit my college roommate and a BFF from high school. I was greeted by a legitimate Buffalo Bills pillow pet. We may or may not have cuddled a bit (me and the pillow pet).
Day 392, Hipsters: There were a whole bunch of extra people in our office on Thursday for a big meeting which meant that all the common areas were full. Luckily, it was a beautiful day so I spent most of my afternoon working from the balcony.
Day 391, Hipsters: The start of baseball season has put a cramp on my nice smooth commute. Ballpark traffic pretty much blows.
Day 390, Hipsters: Before Book Club, I stopped into Whole Foods to grab some food for the meeting (baguette, brie & tater tots - all of which were a hit). I thought their conveyor belt divider was adorable.