It's that time of the year again: All our gloaty East Coast friends can't stop beaming about their damn foliage. And why, you might ask, could we care less? Because this weekend's got fun in spades -- and not an apple-picking adventure in sight.
With temperatures pushing 90 all week, we at Broke Girl's Guide are just about ready to ditch our work-appropriate clothing and wander into the office in a bikini. This impulse alone is proof that this weekend can't come quickly enough!
While we're trying not to dwell on the passing of July, we vow to make the remains of summer worthwhile so that we don't find ourselves suddenly decorating pumpkins with no sandy stories to tide us through the brutal L.A. winter months.
As the games kick off in London on Saturday, we'll be busy busting a move in LA in celebration of National Dance Day! Learn some moves and catch a special performance from Cirque du Soleil at the opening of Downtown's Grand Park.
This week marks the end of the first month of summer (wah, WAH), and while that means we've still got two months left to enjoy half-day Fridays (KIDDING, we don't get those), there's no time like the present to start living life to the fullest.
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?
You know those weeks that are so rough that you actually consider becoming Hef's #1 girl so that you can move into the mansion and cease to worry about anything but your spray tan? We at Broke Girl's Guide are having one of them.
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?
Exhausted from dealing with the psychopath who calls himself your boss? Head to Culver City and grab a snack from Fraiche's secret menu. Then, catch an 8 p.m. screening of the classic (we're not kidding) film Center Stage.