Sunday, May 31, 2009
Posted by Jen Sall at 10:33 PM
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
It could be yours too!! Don't even think about buying olive oil, vinegars, pasta, cheese, etc anywhere else. And don't think this means you are going to pay up the wazoo - actually, quite the opposite. You can get all the fixing (including vino) for a great italian meal for far less than you would ever spend at whole foods.
Always reminds me of when I lived in Italy. And today was my absolute fav, as Marco, the owner made me a sandwich and then asked if I wanted a beer too!!!
Guido Marcello Ltd.
1649 10th Steet
Santa Monica , CA 90404
Tel: (310) 452-6277
Fax: (310) 452-3024
Posted by Jen Sall at 4:25 PM
Thursday, May 21, 2009
If you happen to be on the east side of the city, be sure to stop in this gem of a store. With m's and w's fashions, shoes, art and a whole lot more! Mohawk General Store - http://www.mohawkgeneralstore.net
The Lamp is Work lamps handmade in France by Jielde. The brand was started in 1950 as a work lamp company. They are the only shop in Los Angeles to carry them.
Have a great holiday weekend, summer is officially HEERRRRRRRRRREEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!
Posted by Jen Sall at 5:06 PM
Over and over I see, hear and read how the recession is forcing many of us (including myself even if you read the next post) to shop our closets! It is a very eco thing to do, besides saving money.
Here's a great website does just that and so much more http://www.closetcouture.com/index.php
Posted by Jen Sall at 5:04 PM
Say hello to my fab summer tote. It's even more lovely in person. Created by Clare Vivier using leather that would otherwise go into the rubbish pile!
This isn't the first time I am suggesting you go to her website and get a bag of your own. http://www.seevivier.com
Posted by Jen Sall at 5:01 PM
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
...just kidding. But the email below definitely got me thinking, read it for yourself...
Your life is a reflection of the conversation in your
Here's what that means: If your primary conversation is
about business, than your life will turn into business. If
it's about spirituality, than everything will have a spiritual
tone. If you're stuck, than everything will reflect that energy.
Whether you're aware of it or not, the conversation in your
mind is completely and totally responsible for your reality.
So the million dollar question becomes: "Are you in the
The only way to know is to honestly look at the current
spectrum of your life and decide whether you are enjoying
your story or not. Is it fulfilling you? Are you making the
most powerful and positive impact? Do you feel good
about the direction you're heading?
If the answer is no, look for a teacher, a mentor, or a coach
who can help you change that conversation immediately.
Yes, it is possible.
If the answer is yes, help others NOW.
As you move through the world today, really focus on
observing the conversation in your mind. Notice what you
see, acknowledge what it's creating, and make your choice.
Posted by Jen Sall at 11:52 AM
Monday, May 18, 2009
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
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Thursday, May 7, 2009
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Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
RIM's BlackBerry Curve Outsells iPhone in Quarter
Research In Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerry Curve outsold the Apple Inc. iPhone during the first three months of the year, market tracker NPD Group reported Monday.
Boosting Curve sales was an aggressive "buy-one-get-one" promotion by U.S. carrier Verizon Wireless, owned by Verizon Communications Inc. and Vodafone Group PLC, according to NPD.
The marketing, and the Curve's widespread availability in the U.S., drove its market share 15% higher annually, while the iPhone's U.S. share fell 10%, according to NPD. The researcher did not provide unit sales figures for the devices.
Four major U.S. carriers sell the Curve. AT&T Inc. sells the iPhone under an exclusive arrangement with Apple.
Apple's iPhone 3G had been the No. 1-selling U.S. smartphone between June and December. An Apple spokeswoman had no immediate comment.
Overall, U.S. sales of smart phones during the first three months of 2009 were "steady" despite the recession.
Smartphone sales rose an anemic 1% annually, while revenue from sales dropped 2% on a dip in average smart-phone prices, NPD reported.
Posted by Jen Sall at 11:08 AM
Monday, May 4, 2009
It always irks me when celebs want their privacy from the photogs. Come on....that the price you pay for the overinflated salaries you generate from films and endorsements....Here's a good one - Ms Berry got so fed up at this outing and kept pleading - Cut the shots, I'm with my kid. Naturally, they didn't and eventually Ms Berry yelled to F**** cut it out. Hummm, ok to drop the F bomb in front of the kid but no photos - Hollywood Hypocrite strikes again....
Posted by Jen Sall at 11:43 PM