With t-minus one week between us and Thanksgiving, we're savoring the flavor of pre-holiday hustle, bustle and family overload. The quiet before the food coma begins now with art openings, new restaurants, and tons of charity.
With a couple of days before Election Day, this weekend would have been a nice reprieve from the chaos. Then came Sandy. First, donate to The Red Cross. Then have a good weekend like those New Yorkers are trying to do. Gotta love that east coast resilience!
We're totally ready for two days of unbridled fun, so we're serving it up big-time this weekend with heavy eating and drinking, and a lot of wellness, because we, unlike Gaga, don't have a strategically placed dancer to hide our moments of shame.
While this abbreviated workweek should have left us feeling rested and rejuvenated, we somehow feel just as exhausted as ever. Let's all hope that our seventh-inning energy kicks in, as this weekend's agenda is not one to be missed.
It doesn't take a genius to imagine how we feel about the almost-here, right-around-the-corner 3-day vacation otherwise known as Labor Day weekend. Here's how we plan to make the most of what lies ahead (no yachts, jets, or passports required):
Everybody needs a pick me up now and again -- especially when it's only Tuesday and all you can think about is the weekend -- and what better way to get motivated than to partake in some of the ridiculously amazing things to do in Los Angeles?
When the weekend begins, we completely understand the urge to drop everything, smash your computer screen and run like a wild banshee into the bliss of Saturday and Sunday. And do we even have to tell you that Friday is National Doughnut Day?