Looking for a good summer read? We’ve got the perfect book on our client list to inspire your beach bod diet and fill your chick lit fix!
The tale of a vegan chef who falls for a meat loving steakhouse restaurateur. Can you say complicated? Watch as the blacklisted sous chef builds an empire out of her healthy living lifestyle all while tangled in a web of boyfriend drama.
Author Kim Barnouin’s first novel, Skinny Bitch in Love, was released YESTERDAY 6/4 by Simon & Schuster. The publishing house is a client of ours and since Skinny Bitch focuses on independent women cutting the crap out of their lives, it’s no wonder it’s Small Girls approved. It even got bacon loving Bianca wanting to try to be vegan (some days).
Check it out and let us know what you think (and if you’re a book blogger, vegan writer, or chick lit lover, shoot us a message to join the SGPR Skinny Bitch book club- we may be able to send you a copy).
Above: You can get your dream written on the Nasdaq building by tweeting #DreamBig to @NASDAQ
Below: You can get your YOLO 420 written on the American Eagle store by buying two pairs of socks.
The choice is yours.
We’re trying to figure out how to fit the Small Girls dream into 140 characters to tweet to Nasdaq. Just not sure any part of “Sell PR company to invest gains into pastel candy store with electro speakeasy in back while traveling the world as a DJ-drum duo in matching outfits” can be omitted.
Small Girls Watchin’… Sophia Grace “Girls Just Gotta Have Fun” Official Music Video
We’re getting our tutus on because our two favorite Small Girls, Sophia Grace & Rosie are back in action with this amazing music video filled with tiaras, bows, cake, and all the pink toys and accessories you could ever dream of. As if we didn’t feel at one with them already, all this talk of throwin and goin to the parties with our princess team hits very close to home office here at SGPR.
We honestly can’t stop watching this video. As they say- [small] girls just wanna have fun. Woo!
Our friend and writer Bianca Bosker followed a 14 year old girl to get some insight on her mobile social habits. As two Small Girls whose demographic is largely in the teen market, we can really appreciate how this piece encapsulates the teen-girl ethos when it comes to social media and mobile web/apps.
That being said, we’re pretty sure quite a few of our 20-30something friends and colleagues will also be caught playing too many rounds of Dots for their own good, obsessing over how many likes their instagram posts get, and failing to maintain relationships due to lack of mobile connectivity. The difference is that this girl has no problem being completely honest on how her iphone has consumed her life. But hey… we work in media so it’s ok, right?
This post is a must read, if not only for the quotes… oh so many amazing quotes.
*This is a post from our Account Coordinator and Official Angel Princess,Annie, reflecting on her first year as a Small Girl.
On May 14th, 2012 I was greeted with a hug from a very little lady (Bianca) when I entered the Small Girls office for the first time. Minutes later, when Mallory arrived, I remember feeling disproportionately tall, standing next to my two tiny, new bosses. One thing I learned quick though, these two might be small but they are mighty. Life as a Small Girl is kind of amazing. I am constantly learning new things, meeting new people and challenging my creativity- all while letting my girly personality shine through. Here are some things I have learned during my first year as a (tall) Small Girl:
Everything looks better if you add pink paint + glitter, this includes business cards, office decor, and even some items stolen from our dad’s tool kits.
Prom is a serious business…
New Yorkers don’t smile in pictures (something I am still working on).
Being genuine will get you further in business, and in life, than anything else.
It is possible to watch an entire non-3D movie, while wearing 3D glasses, without noticing.
Being small sometimes means doing small jobs and wearing many hats, these can include: Ikea carpenter, mail man, and temporary model.
… just to name a few.
We celebrated my 1 year ANNIE-versay, in our flapper best, with pizza and cocktails at Lasso EV and The Great Gatsby.
BTW- we loved the movie. It was full of dancing and glitter, how could we not?
It’s safe to say I’m extremely excited for my next year with Small Girls.
Name: Jake Hurwitz Location: Brooklyn, NY Occupation: Writer Active anthem: Holland, 1945 by Neutral Milk Hotel
What’s your motto?
YOLOAFAIK. You Only Live Once, As Far As I Know.
What would you say is the most challenging thing you have climbed - whether physically or metaphorically?
I’m not sure. Well, the physical one was a boulder in Peterskill with a big scary overhang. It wasn’t technically tough, just terrifying- big swinging moves where you had to trust that your hands would be able to find something you could hold on to. But it was the most rewarding thing I’ve climbed.
I think the metaphor works there too though, taking a job as a writer for a website and dropping out of college was pretty scary, but it has ultimately been rewarding.
Which world history character do you most dislike?
This is a trick question right? I have to say Hitler. This is some kind of trick where if I don’t say Hitler you just tell everyone I’m a monster. Hitler.
What is your favorite post-workout snack?
Bananas and Peanut Butter. Gonna go eat one now. BRB. K, back. It was delicious.
Which activities make you lose track of time?
Sleeping. No matter how much sleep I get I always want more. I’m insatiable. Both for sleep and bananas and peanut butter.
Probably one of our favorite Cory Vines Neighborhood interviews.
They run Small Girls PR, a digitally-focused creative agency specializing in social interaction both on-line and off. Client services include social media management, guerilla marketing and event production.
This is their collective blog. A fun scrapbook of things they like, their day to day activities, client projects, event announcements, and more!