It’s 11:06 on a Sunday night, otherwise known as the perfect time to spill the tea of the week. Today I had an incredible #sundayfunday (yes I hate myself for using the hashtag ). I love Sundays. I love sleeping in (even if it’s only until 9 because I can’t sleep any longer), brewing a fresh cup of coffee, and lounging in comfy sweatpants and fuzzy socks that are a liiiiitttle too childish for me. I love reflecting on my week, planning out the next wonderful seven days and cuddling with my kitten Coco (more like, the love of my life). Well, that’s usually how my Sunday’s go.
Today, I did almost the complete opposite. I woke up at 8 AM, went for a blowout at DryBar at 9 (my favorite little treat), spent the day on a rooftop in Beverly Hills, and hung out with a pole dancer (who made me a delicious cup of tea btw). I know what you’re thinking….. You’re wondering what kind of tea I had, right? It was green tea with a ~hint~ of lemon. That was an incredible time, but let me expand on the ~juicy~ details of my day.
Let’s start with the blowout. I think I’m going to start rating my blowout each time I tell you guys about them (just for shits & giggles c’mon guys have some fun). Today’s was definitely a 9/10. I always ask for “…a straight look with a lot of body and volume”, aka don’t CURL my hair but please make me look like I just walked off of a Victoria’s Secret runway. Sometimes they still make it too curly, and when my hair’s THAT curly, trust me, I look psychotic. Sometimes they leave it too flat, and also leave me wondering what that hour of round brush drying even did to my hair. Sometimes, however, they get it just right. They give me gorgeous volume, bouncy body, and gloss for days. Today I got a little bit of volume, some body, and a gorgeous gloss (hence why it’s a 9/10).
Moving on, my friend & I…(ps I think I’m going to keep names anonymous on here because sometimes my life gets dramatic and I don’t need to be the one spilling the tea, girl)…anyway, where was I? Oh, my friend & I went to a rooftop event at the above 60 hotel in Beverly Hills. Ooh girl, I lived for the aesthetic of that place. We had an incredible brunch, great beverages, and a view of the West Hollywood hills that never gets old. We were there for a while, yet it felt like it flew by. Don’t you love those moments? Those moments when you’re so present…you’re so THERE, so in the “now” that nothing else matters and all you want to do is smile? Well, these hours were some of those moments.
Later, we hangout with my friend’s friend (I know, I hate this expression too but I’m not even lying). My friend, let’s call him O…(if you know me you probably know who this is but…it was worth a try right?)…told me about his school friend and showed me her Snapchat and I instantly thought she was hilarious and incredibly interesting. So, what did we do? We called her and told her we were coming over. She agreed, and we honestly had a fun time. She does pole fitness, which I find so fascinating, and like most people, I was excited to see her moves! She was talented, and I felt inspired to try. 5 minutes later my arms hurt, I basically fell off, and gained an appreciation for pole fitness that I’ve never had before.
So, my fellow friends, that was my little Sunday. Tell me what your ideal Sunday is, I mean I’m going to need some inspiration for next week 😉