Mar 12, 2017 • By: Melinda Jones • Posted in: beige cardigan, best work, beyonce, dreams, goals, inspiration, jayz, jen sincero, Jessica Anteby, marie kondo, sarah blakely, the life-changing magic of tidying up, you are a badass, your best work(photo credit: readbetweenthelines.com)
If you’ve ever had the realization that where you are (emotionally, personally, or professionally), is not what you once envisioned, you may decide you need to know more in order to go further. N-o-w.
Such an epiphany might be kicked off by meeting someone who truly inspires you. Or a big birthday in which you're found sitting in your office...rather than perched in an over-the-water thatched hut in Bora Bora, experiencing the freaking rainbow of your life.
Read Between The Lines® is blessed with the coolest interns. Their smarts, energy, can-do spirit, unique life experiences and love for Team make our entire organization better and each day more fun!
We’re delighted to introduce you to our current intern, Amanda Dugas, a student at Southern Methodist University who started with us this summer. She might be a Marketing major, but she works in many aspects of our business - from social media to assisting customers in our flagship store, she’s a gift to our Team in 1000 ways. Following are some fab facts about Amanda, in her own words - they were too fun not to share!
Oct 20, 2016 • By: Jennings Ross • Posted in: Candles, Dallas Arboretum, Fall, Movies, Recipes, Spiced PumpkinFall is one of the things in this world that makes my heart the happiest. My friend Jenna, our former Retail Specialist, perfectly summed up my feelings in the following words from her blog: “Temperatures dipped into the 50s today and I basically wanted to slam dunk a pumpkin. This rocks. Long live Fall!” When I read this for the first time, I knew we’d be great friends.
Sep 29, 2016 • By: Jenna Candido • Posted in: beauty, chanel, Goldfaden, holy grail, makeup, moisturizer, Not Your Mother's, skincare, Sunday Riley
About a year ago, I bought my first (ok, maybe second) facemask and something fundamentally shifted in me. I had been bit by the beauty bug and the obsession was in my veins for life.
Ever since then, I’ve turned into a total product junkie. I have no shame in pulling a conversational u-turn just so I can ask what bronzer you’re wearing and I have been known to disregard stranger danger just to ask what shade of lipstick a random pedestrian is wearing. There’s one question that’s my absolute favorite to ask though. It cuts to the chase and asks what every beauty lover really wants to know deep down.
Sep 23, 2016 • By: Micah Mathews • Posted in: Dallas, local restaurants, Neapolitan, phaidon books, pizza, small business, where to eat pizza
(Eno's owner, Matt Spillers. Photo credit: Bud Force)
If you haven’t already heard, pizza was rumored a vegetable by Congress back in 2011. Whether or not that’s true…I’m going to go ahead and add it to my personal food pyramid. It’s a food most have grown to love, and I’m not sure I could live without it.
You may assume that Dallas is known for BBQ, and maybe we are, but in my opinion, our pizza joints have proven to outshine even the eateries of New York or Chicago.
I compiled a list of my Top 3 favorite Dallas restaurants that serve up a pizza pie that’s something fierce:
Aug 29, 2016 • By: Jenna Candido • Posted in: candles, interview, maker, P.F. Candle Co.
Consider this blog post a love letter to candles, but more importantly, P.F. Candle Co.
My obsession with candles began in college. A friend had given me a candle for my birthday and I lit it one night while I was studying for a test. All of the sudden this very ordinary task didn’t feel so ordinary. The perfume filled my tiny room and the flicker of the flame in its glass vessel was the mood-altering equivalent to taking a Xanax. I was hooked.
From that point on, anytime I studied, did laundry, or cleaned the apartment, I lit a candle. Never underestimate the power of a little burning wax to transform your outlook or space. Is it any mystery that the Bachelor has about 1,500 candles burning at any given moment?