Friday, February 1, 2019

Around the World from Home: 2019 Texas Cultural Events & Festivals

As far back as I can remember one of my favorite outdoor things to do was/is attend festivals. Growing up I looked forward to the Houston International Festival every year. The music, the food, and the cultural exposure...there’s usually always something fun to do and cool to see at festivals. Here’s a list of some cool festivals taking place in the Houston, Texas area or within driving distance of the Houston, Texas area this year. Some of these events are free and tickets to some of the events that aren’t free can be purchased at a discount on Groupon so be sure to do a little research before you plan your next adventure. #liveItUp

February 2019
2/1-4 Wanderfest
2/2 Houston Creole Heritage Festival
2/2 Texas Lunar Festival
2/9 Houston Hot Air Balloon Festival  More Information
2/16 Afro Renaissance Festival more information
2/25-3/17 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Local Restaurant Food Delivery w/ Caviar

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Butterfly Foodies! If you’re looking for an easy way to order food from the best local restaurants in in your city, you should check out Caviar. Caviar let’s customers in cities across the U.S. order food for immediate delivery or schedule ahead on Caviar’s free mobile app for iOS and Android and on the web. Caviar provides customers with quick, reliable delivery or pickup service from wherever they are. 

Caviar is currently offering all new customers $5 off $30, $10 off $50 or $15 off $75+. Plus, new diners get free delivery on their first order too! Details are below!

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Save up to 70% Off Reebok Collections at

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Butterflies! If you’re looking to add some new items to your closet,  shop and save up to 70% Off Reebok Collections at Reebok now - 2/12, no code needed. Also, save $5 off any purchase, $10 off $85+, or $20 off $100+ with promo code SAVEMORE now - 1/31. 

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Around the World from Home: Celebrating Mardi Gras & Creole Culture in Texas

Bonswa Butterflies! It’s that time of year again, celebrating Mardi Gras and the Creole/Cajun Culture is something I look forward to every year. The festivals, the food, the unique music and the atmosphere in general is why so many people are intrigued by the Creole/Cajun Culture. In the Big Easy (New Orleans, LA) Mardi Gras celebrations usually began in January and end in February or the first week in March depending on what date Shrove Tuesday falls on. Shrove Tuesday, also know as Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday is the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. Fat Tuesday is the biggest day for Mardi Gras celebrations because it’s the last day of the season. In case you were wondering, Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent which is the forty days before Easter Sunday (not including Sundays) reserved for fasting, abstinence, prayer, and repentance.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Stella & Dot's New Arrivals + Become a Stella & Dot's Stylist

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Hey Butterflies! Stella & Dot is excited to announce their Valentine's Day Boutique Sale - just in time for that special day! From now through Tuesday, February 5th, shoppers can buy one, get one 25% off on select styles and Style Club members are eligible to receive 50% off select styles! Also, don’t forget to Shop Stella & Dot New Arrivals Today!

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

7 Tips for Branding & Marketing Your Small Business While on a Budget

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Hey Entrepreneurial Butterflies! Since it’s the beginning of a new year and I’m in the process of refreshing a lot of my marketing related stuff for the new year, I thought I’d share with my fellow go-getters a few simple, low-cost but effective ways to market your brand. It’s extremely vital to your brand that you stay up to date and continue to evolve your marketing techniques. Branding yourself and or your company is necessary if you want to get to your next level of success.

1. Choose a Business Name. - When it comes to choosing a business name, be creative but keep it simple. You want a name that stands out but is easy to remember. Once you’ve chosen your business name, you will need to register it with your county by applying for a DBA.

2. Design Your Logo. - Your company logo is just as important as your company name. You want your logo to stand out, catch people’s attention and be reflective of you and the business name you chose. I got new logos from LogoJoy this year, they’re not that expensive and they look great.

Sunday, December 30, 2018

My Favorite Songs of 2018

Butterflies, since the year will be ending tomorrow night I thought I’d share a list of some of my favorite songs from this year. What are some of your favorites?

1) Nice for What - Drake (Scorpion)
2) No Tears Left To Cry - Ariana Grande (Sweetener)
3) I Do - Cardi B ft SZA (Invasion of Privacy)
4) Money- Cardi B (Invasion of Privacy)
5) Connection - OneRepublic
6) In My Blood - Shawn Mendes (Shawn Mendes)
7) Gonna Love Me - Teyana Taylor (K.T.S.E)
8) King’s Dead - Jay Rock ft Future & Kendrick Lamar (Redemption)
9) SICKO MODE - Travis Scott ft Drake, Swae Lee, & Big Hawk (Astroworld)
10) Boo’d Up - Ella Mai (Ella Mai)
11) Naked - Ella Mai (Ella Mai)
12) All the Stars - Kendrick Lamar & SZA (Black Panther the Album)
13) Sad - XXXTentacion (?)
14) Back to You - Selena Gomez (13 Reasons Why - TV Show)
15) High Hopes - Panic! at the Disco (Pray for the Wicked)
16) Naked Truth - Sean Paul ft Jhene Aiko (Mad Love the Prequel)
17) Freedom - Kris Wu ft Jhene Aiko (Antares)
18) It Gets Better  - The Internet (Hive Mind)
19) Wasted Love - Jhene Aiko

P.S. Check out my list from last year here.