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Singapore Curried Shrimp on Healthy Aperture!

February 14, 2016
The Monday Menu has been featured on Healthy Aperture! This time it's my recipe for Singapore Curried Shrimp. This one's quick and easy, and it always brings back memories of nights I spent exploring the cuisine of faraway lands. Click through to see the recipe on Healthy Aperture!

See Our Guest Recipe on Treble in the Kitchen!

January 11, 2016
Here's the beginning of Courtney's guest post on Treble in the Kitchen. Click "Read Full Article" to see how she transformed our Cran-Apple Clove Juice into a delicious cocktail!
Hey friends! I hope your day is going well so far.  I’m popping in for a second time today because I have a special guest post for all of you from Courtney of Model Behaviors.  Model Behaviors is a site that has a mission for loving, celebrating and supporting women from all walks.  Not only does the site Courtney writes for sound amazing, but Courtney seemed like a really amazing woman too (and the recipe she wanted to share sounded super tasty!) so when she asked about writing a guest post for me I said YES! Now, I’ll let Courtney take it away.

Courtney’s Cilantro Key Lime Pie Featured on Lick Ice Creams!

January 7, 2016
For Thanksgiving, Courtney shared a recipe for Cilantro Key Lime Pie and revealed that it was inspired by an ice cream flavor at a local business in Austin called Lick Ice Creams. The shop came across her article and asked to feature the recipe on their blog, so we said of course! Here's a brief excerpt:

Every time I mention this pie flavor to anyone, they always ask me why I decided to put cilantro in it, so I happily tell them about the inspiration, Lick Ice Creams, and urge them to stop by and try a scoop or two.

Click through to read her guest post, and make sure you stop by the ice cream shop if you're ever in Austin!

Bulaong’s Post Featured on Films For Action!

November 3, 2015
Back in June, Bulaong wrote a piece for MB called "Advice for the Budding Activist." Today, that post was featured on Films for Action, which is a community-powered learning library for people who want to change the world. I love each and every one of our Behaviorists and their unique voices. It's so amazing when I see those voices honored elsewhere as well. Make sure you stop by and show your support for Bu!

Barbara Guillaume Teams Up with Ian Harding for F.O.G. Malas

October 23, 2015
Ian Harding posted this photo on his Instagram with this caption: "Also many thanks to my super friend [Barbara Guillaume] for making me presentable. And thank you for the Mala! What's even more amazing is if you type in IANHARDING you get 20% off. 10% of proceeds go to the [Lupus Foundation of America]." These custom malas make amazing, thoughtful Christmas presents! Head over to Barbara's recently revamped website for F.O.G. Malas and use Ian's code!

Hidden Gems: Central Texas Travel Guide (Guest Post on Feast + West)

October 22, 2015
Courtney wrote a guest post travel guide for a website called Feast + West. She explores her hometown and a few surrounding towns in Central Texas. From towering dinosaur statues to delectable pie shops, she gives us the scoop on all the fun, quirky places to check out. Grab your boots and head out to small-town Texas! Also, be sure to follow Feast + West for all things food, travel, and design! Feast + West | Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

10 Most Influential Women in Dallas Honored at Star-Studded Event

September 30, 2015
The inaugural fashion show event honoring "The 10 Most Influential Women in Dallas" was a private VIP gathering held on the City View Terrace at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel. Pat Smith, Sydney Durso, Courtney Kerr, Jenny Anchondo, Hilary Kennedy, Amy Vanderoef, Toni Munoz-Hunt, Marzia Prince, Tiffany Hendra and Stephanie Di Biase-Wheat are the ladies who were hand-picked due not only to making a career out of influencing their community on a very visible platform and having a large fan base, but also because they are incredibly passionate about sharing their journey, tips, favorite products, life lessons and inspiration with others.

Courtney’s Mentee Interview for Pitch Wars

September 29, 2015
Summer Spence (Mentor), tell us a little about yourself. I read EVERYTHING. No, really. I’ve been obsessed with George R.R. Martin since 1999 (waaaaay before it was cool), grew up reading Nancy Drew, love detective novels like Sue Grafton and Sara Paretsky, Harry Potter quotes will be engraved on my tombstone, and love love love ALL Young Adult – contemp, fantasy, historical, suspense and everything in-between. The Hobbit was the first “grown-up” book I read on my own, and I’ve always wanted to go on a grand adventure… which is probably why I couldn’t put down Choose Your Own Adventure books! My writing style tends to be lyrical with a ton of literary influences, but I’m pretty grounded in the real world. I like to see how contemporary characters deal with fantastical problems. When I write, it’s all about the character — I studied classical acting in college and have learned to tumble deep into the rabbit hole of a character’s life. I like to understand WHY people do things and how that WHY changes the course of their life. And I fully believe that fictional characters can change a reader’s life. That’s why I write. Courtney LeighCourtney Leigh (Mentee), tell us a little about yourself. As far as reading tastes go, YA (any genre) and memoir are my two faves, but I try to throw in a factual but interesting nonfiction and an adult novel every once in a while. Also, MG is fun! My favorite YA authors are people like Nova Ren Suma, John Corey Whaley, Cat Winters, Megan Abbott (IMO, her last few books count as YA), Garth Nix, and many others. If I could write a book that captures the wit of 10 Things I Hate About You, the Texas grit of Friday Night Lights, and the epic yet tragic love of Moulin Rouge, I would die happy because that there would be a perfect book, y’all.