What’s Valentine’s Day without a little something sweet? February 14th is just around the corner and this set of Valentine’s themed cookies is a perfect gift for your friends or significant other – send a little love their way! I’ll have a limited quantity of these available, so be sure to place your orders soon.
Valentine’s Day Sugar Cookie Set
10 hand-iced sugar cookies (6 chocolate covered strawberries, 1 love letter, 3 hearts) wrapped in cellophane and packaged as a set. Option to include a small personalized note.
Cost: $35. Includes delivery within Hamilton, Burlington, and Toronto (additional cost may apply for other cities).
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My “resolutions” usually abound year-round as I learn, grow, and explore – but there is something about a new year that makes everything feel like an opportunity for a fresh mindset, a new start. As we look forward to the year ahead, I thought I’d share some great advice I’ve come across from some mighty inspiring women. You can read the full articles on the blogs of One Kings Lane and Quaintrelle.
I’d love to hear – what are some of your resolutions for 2015? xo
“Never get comfortable. Always be learning, growing, and making sure that you’re relevant. If you work for a company, find something that other people aren’t doing and offer to do it. You’ll keep adding skills to your tool set, and pretty soon you’ll have far more options than the person who just stayed on one straight path.”—Kathy Mandato, senior vice president, human resources, for NBC West Coast Entertainment
“Don’t look around; just keep looking ahead. By that I mean it’s easy to get caught up with what everyone is doing around you. When I was thinking of starting my bag company, I’d think, ‘Well, so-and-so already has a bag company. And they do it better. And they do this and do that.’ But you can’t think that way. Just focus on what you’re doing, look forward, and keep putting one foot in front of the other.”—Clare Vivier, fashion designer
“When you truly find your talent and your purpose, everything falls into place. One thing after another will come together and success, both external and internal, will flow. 2014 was a year where things I never thought possible came into full fruition. Once you know who you are and where you are supposed to be, go for it and never back down.” — Kelley Lilien, founder and designer of Mrs. Lilien