Monday, Monday, Monday – I am jumping in head first.
This past week was a fast paced one, regardless of the fact that I was in Hawaii. Contrary to popular belief, I was working in Honolulu which included 15 hour days followed up by scarce 5 hour nights. It was definitely taxing but if you are going to work long days, you might as well do against the backdrop of Hawaii’s lush landscape. It was my first time to the islands and while I did not get to experience the island in its entirety (no beach days or snorkeling for me!), I left with the attitude of Hawaii embracing me.
After arriving back to San Diego late Friday night, my fiancé Adam and I woke up early Saturday morning and headed straight to Los Angeles to a) do a couch swap with my sister, b) celebrate my sister’s birthday, and c) meet my cousin’s new baby!
Needless to say, running at 100 mph with travel thrown into the mix was tedious at times. That is not to take away the 100% fun I had this week; I am just ready to slow down and slither back into my work routine. I loved the travels but am now scrambling to play catch up on work.
But I have lots of thrilling things in store for this week!
Today, I will be recording my first podcast! PODCAST by scout is launching a week from today – Monday, July 17th. It is a project I am immensely excited about. I have curated a schedule to interview different women entrepreneurs and just all around inspiring ladies (and sometimes men!) who are trying to create something of themselves in the most passionate way they know how. In spite of all my curation, PODCAST by scout will be a raw destination; a roundtable for the smart and foxy woman.
Stay tuned! I will announce the launch and where you can find the first episode (iTunes and here on REVUE!) next week.
In addition to this exciting new aspect of the REVUE by scout experience, I am also getting a regular contributing writer schedule solidified. Noticed new articles by some new writers? I assembled a kick ass writing team; each bringing their own vibe to the REVUE aesthetic but all have one thing in common: they have a need and itch for cultural media. Think you would make a great addition to the REVUE team? Shoot me an email with your resume and writing samples so we can make this thing official.
For now, I am buried in work. Traveling is incredible – even when it’s for work – but the catch up is REAL. Sitting here with a to-do list that looks like a cascading Target receipt.
I suppose the theme of the week is hustle, no? Keep it at it my friends.