Who woulda thunk?!

Things we do every single day…

Everyone has their own little habits, quirks, pet peeves, etc… But sometimes you just do things because you are taught once by someone and that’s the only thing you know. Welllllll…. for every time you’ve eaten at a restaurant and had some ketchup in a paper cup, you were wrong. Take 30 seconds to watch this video that is not only going to change your view on condiments, it’s going to blow your mind!

http://foodbeast.com/2012/08/01/so-apparently-weve-been-using-ketchup-cups-all-wrong/

So next time you go to a hamburger and french fries joint, make sure to utilize the ketchup cup the correct way! Don’t make the mistake that so many do. Be ahead of the game and show your friends just how cool you are! Something that they like to calls “ketchup ignorance.” Who knew there was such a thing… We sure didn’t!

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Starbucks.. Pay it forward.

We all know Starbucks is the biggest and baddest coffee shop in the world, but why is that they are so successful? Not just because they can make a mean pumpkin spice soy extra hot latte, but because they are run by people with some common sense and honorable intentions! And of course, there is no coincidence that it comes during the time of the government shut down….

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In case you haven’t heard about it yet, they are currently running a special this week based around “paying it forward.” CEO and president of Starbucks Howard Schultz decided to encourage lawmakers to come together during uncertain by offering free coffee to customers.
In “this seemingly unending cycle of dysfunction and doubt,” Schultz announced that Starbucks’ customers could buy “someone else their favorite beverage” and get a free tall brewed coffee in return from Wednesday through Friday of this week.
This sense of paying it forward allows people to find a little bit of comfort in these uncertain times. A nice little boost of confidence in humanity and common decency.
Paying it forward for is a little something that an individual can do to make someones day, but in the end, it makes your day too. How about taking this Starbucks paying it forward mentally and implement it into your day. May just change how you feel about the little things…

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A Step in Time Dance Flash Mob a Success.

A Step in Time School of Dance

 

Calabasas Commons Flash Mob a Success!

 The girls from A Step in Time School of Dance bring the heat during their flash mob.

On a sunny Saturday afternoon in May, groups of unsuspecting people eating lunch on the patios of restaurants were in the middle of a flash mob. It all went down at The Commons of Calabasas during the lunch time hours where families congregate to enjoy a bite in the sun. On that Saturday, families were treated with a surprise flash mob from the A Step In Time Dance team.

Dawn Smith-Theodore, the founder of A Step in Time School of Dance said, “The reaction from the bystanders was great, everyone was smiling and that made me love my job even more.” Larry Ellis, who was having lunch with his wife and young child said, “I didn’t know what was going on at first, but as more and more girls started dancing in sync, it was quite wonderful and caught me off guard. The girls did a great job with the dance routine.”

A Step in Time School of Dance students wanted a way to display their talents as a prominent dance school and decided to comprise a flash mob for their local neighbors. A Step In Time School of Dance is located in Calabasas, CA and is dedicated to providing a well-rounded education in all areas of dance for all ages. They offer combination classes for beginners to expose them to the different forms of dance. In addition to combination classes, they offer graded levels of tap, jazz, and ballet. They train students in the American Ballet Theatre Curriculum.

A Step in Time School of Dance is on Twitter @ASITDanceStudio and Facebook at Facebook.com/AStepInTimeSchoolofDanceStudio. The Flash Mob video can be found on Youtube.com/AStepInTimeStudio. For more information please visit, http://www.AStepInTimeDance.com or call (818) 880-8152.

 

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