We all have that one friend who’s never available to attend any events or check out anything fun because they’re always working. You know who I’m talking about-- that person who left corporate to be their own boss and set their own hours. Yet, somehow they work more hours now than they did when someone else owned their time. You know that person, or even worse, you are that person.
It happens to the best of us, and I am willing to bet money that it's because that passionate, excited CEO fails to set (and stick to) boundaries for themselves.
Too often owners of small business find themselves working fifteen plus hours a day, seven days a week because of a false belief that they have to do so. They then mask their overworking as a celebrated hashtag- like #WorkHardPlayHard. This wouldn’t be that big a deal if they actually remembered to create a balance and fit in some of that "play hard"....
This year for my birthday, I decided to learn about wines, and had the perfect opportunity to do so when the entire Sweet Spot team and I went to a high-end wine bar and eatery called Cuvée.
Located in Louisville Kentucky. Cuvee is a brand new place, owned by Master Sommelier Scott Harper. (For perspective, there are only 149 professionals with the title Master Sommelier.)
The Court of Master Sommeliers was established to encourage improved standards of beverage knowledge and service in hotels and restaurants. Education was then, and remains today, the Court's charter. The first successful Master Sommelier examination was held in the United Kingdom in 1969. By April 1977, the Court of Master Sommeliers was established as the premier international examining body.
To be at a "Wine Table," for my birthday (as Cuvée is called), was pretty impressive. Plus, the service was impeccable. Our ser...
When was the last time you watched a really good, stay-at-home, fetish movie? Perhaps your last account was 9 1/2 Weeks, or for the newer folks, 50 Shades of Grey. Well here is a recommendation that will get your romantic juices flowing again - and Wonder Woman is the feature!
Professor Marston & The Wonder Women:
Let me tell you immediately - it would be a mistake on your part to assume that this movie is about turning Wonder Woman into just another sex symbol. Although I can only vouch for what I've seen in the trailer, and did not attend a premier screening, that is not the case. The trailer seems to be intimating that much of the content in the early Wonder Woman comics was related to the BDSM life-style of the comic's creator, inventor/ psychologist, William Moulton Marston.
Throughout the movie, you see the origin of Wonder Woman, elements of kink, polyamory, and the explorat...
Louisville, Kentucky, one of the oldest cities west of the Appalachian Mountains, is home to the largest annual Beatles Festival, as well as The Kentucky Bourbon Festival. With its many down home restaurants, and barbecue treasures, this ever growing, historic city is also home to an enchanting secret eatery known as Cuvee.
Opening its doors at 3598 Springhurst Blvd in East Louisville this past May, Cuvee proves to be the next hot spot for sensual date nights, birthday gatherings, and late night rendez-vous for the perfect wine tasting.
Their menu features an exquisite variety of creations including: mouthwatering caramelized mushrooms with fresh capriole goat cheese, persillade, carrot reduction, and a grilled baguette. They present a perfectly smoked salmon with a warm, crisp baguette, caper chive crème fraiche, grape mustard, and a truffled egg. For those who prefer simple meal...