Inspiring People to Know &
Places to See in San Francisco
Our Bay Area adventure continues this week with even more fabulous destinations and inspiring women entrepreneurs, all here to help us think BIG.
The fun begins with a jaunt across the Golden Gate Bridge. One of the best things about this city is how easy it is to escape to somewhere beautiful for a quick day trip. Glenn and I had the most relaxing and romantic mid-week afternoon in Sausalito, enjoying Ciopino and (my fav) mint chocolate chip ice cream, and going for a walk along the water. We were inspired to create this week’s guide to Bay Area day trips, which features eight gorgeous getaways less than three hours from the city.
Speaking of Glenn, I know how much you all love hearing from him! You’ll be glad to know Dr. Sisk is back this week with his take on the modern masculine, asking the question, what does it mean to provide and protect in 2016?
Next up, we’re giving you an inside look at one of the most exclusive hotel suites we’ve yet to access: the Penthouse Suite at the Fairmont San Francisco. This historic, sprawling suite is a powerful environment for dreaming big, and would be an ideal setting for a high-impact retreat or event.
And as for events, I know that those of us celebrating Easter may have an upcoming meal to host, so while in San Francisco, I did a little table-setting research. The Bay is in fact the original home of one of my biggest retail obsessions, Williams-Sonoma, who opened the doors to their glorious flagship store so I could handpick this week’s pieces for a festive and elegant Easter table.
San Francisco is of course known for not only its start-ups, but for its food scene, so this week I’m thrilled to introduce you to a woman entrepreneur who lives in both worlds. After successfully selling her first start-up, Foodzie, not so long ago, Em Olson has recently launched Din, a cool new service that makes it easy to recreate restaurant dishes at home. Read our interview with Em for her expert perspective on both food and business.
I love sharing stories about women entrepreneurs across industries, because I know how powerful it is to see all the ways a woman can totally go for it in life. My prayer this week is that the vibrant energy of San Francisco will ignite your passion and encourage you to up-level your life. This is a great time to be alive, and to be an entrepreneur, so let your thinking expand beyond the limits!
|All My Love,
P.S. What has you lit up this week? We want to know what inspires you to go after YOUR big dreams. Drop us a note in the comments with your favorite stories of the week, and don’t forget to tell us what you’d like to see more of next time!