The C List


It’s been an absolutely amazing week.

When you come back from vacation or a week away, it’s sometimes hard to get back into the flow. Nashville was incredible and I can’t stress enough how inspiring the conference was or how much I fell in love with the Southern charm.


Come back over the weekend to see more pictures and hear more stories from my trip!

This week… This week has been something else. They say when it rains it pours, but so often it’s meant in a negative sense. But what about when it rains rainbows, kittens, puppies and unicorns? That’s kind of how this past week has gone.

From seeing my face amongst the amazing speakers at this summer’s International Startup Festival in Montreal to learning about some exciting new opportunities that I can’t talk about just yet but will totally share when the time comes.

Oh and Brother Orange tweeted me.

Screen Shot 2015-04-16 at 6.55.45 PMYeah, this week was awesome.

And what better way to end a great week than with some great links.

Here is this week’s C List.

1. The Cutest Airborn Koala in the World (via Buzzfeed) Koalas on a plane. I can’t even handle the cute.

2. ‘Felines Of New York’: The Lives Of Cats In The Big Apple (via Guff) Calling all cat people: this is awesome.

3. The Boy From The “Success Kid” Meme Is Trying To Get His Dad A Kidney (via Buzzfeed) This story both warms and breaks my heart. Every little bit helps,  which is why I’m sharing this link. Also Success Kid will never go out of style.

4. Your First Look at the National Lampoons Vacation Reboot! (via People) I often feel like I’m an honorary member of the Griswold family, so naturally I’m THRILLED there’s a new movie in the making and that Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo are returning. Ed Helms and Leslie Mann as Rusty and Audrey? Yes please.

5. The Latest Star Wars Trailer (via YouTube) Let’s all collectively freak out, OK?

Have a great weekend everyone!


2 thoughts on “The C List

  1. I KNEW you were going to like those koalas! In fact, I almost sent you the link. But then I realized you were pretty Internet savvy, and you’d probably see it for yourself. :)

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