WO: Weekly Obsessions
Read any Facebook feed lately, and it’s obvious: Weather is insane. My fingers are still defrosting from my walk THIS MORNING, and that doesn’t even compare to the insanity Atlanta folks are facing. Some distractions, while y’all thaw out:
- Devon & Blakely: With so many visitors and tourist-trap spots near my office, lunch is always a challenge. But this place has inexpensive salads and sandwiches made to order, plus premade soups. And the cornbread? I’ve been dreaming about it for days.
- Super Bowl Blvd.: Thousands are expected to check out this 13-block stretch of mayhem (again, right outside my office). The saving grace, though, is the 60-ft. toboggan slide … teambuilding has never looked so fun before!
- Fluff ‘n Fold: Let’s be real: I’ve never enjoyed doing laundry. But now that I have to leave my building to do it, well, I just don’t. Instead, I use a super-handy service that cost $25 to do literally a month (20 lbs.!) of clothes. With free pick-up and delivery, how can I resist?
- Christopher Walken Reads The Three Little Pigs: It may be hard for some to imagine, but Christopher Walken was a comedic genius long before “More Cowbell.” Proof is in the piggies, with this uncovered gem from the ’70s. Arrivederci!
Hope you guys have a fabulous time celebrating Puppy Bowl X and Super Bowl XLVIII! Here’s a sneak peek of Budweiser’s commercial if you’re more into those than what’s happening on the field.
And, be sure to follow @Macys on Facebook and Twitter — I may or may not be writing social media for the big game 🙂
Images courtesy of: The Village Voice, NY Daily News, Pure Cleaners, Indiewire
So jeally that you are doing social media for Macy’s. Can I be your assistant?
You would have made an excellent assistant, but I promise it wasn’t as exciting as I expected. The game, I mean. Total snoozefest!
It was pretty exciting around here because I’m in Seattle. But I would have been more excited to work as a social media assisstant.
I’m glad you survived the Seattle riots! Social command centers will become a thing of the past, in my opinion. Too much conversation to try to be part of, without much to say … if that makes any sense.
I know what you are saying. No one hashtags anything interesting enough to follow.
Completely agreed. Most people end up saying nothing when they say something.