"A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimension."
-Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.

  My name is Ana Rodriques, and I like to party!   Seriously. I LOVE to throw a good party. Every aspect of planning an event is an invigorating and fresh experience. Developing each unique theme, creating a connection with each guest, and facilitating a captivating environment are a few of the reasons why I love what I do. Full disclosure though- it's not always all rainbows and butterflies.  I have had my share of rough, exhausting, and joy depleting experiences- which haven't been fun but most necessary for growth. Those have pushed me to think differently, to explore new angles, and to exercise caution when necessary. Did I enjoy them? Most definitely not; but I am incredibly thankful for every success and failure I've navigated in my journey as an event planner and stylist.   So what am I going to do with all of it? I'm going to share. Tips, tricks, maybe even a case study or two... Why? Not because the world needs another blogger, or because I've "arrived," or I'm switching careers. But because I think it will be therapeutic. Also because I'm a total dork and geek out about some creative projects. And who knows? Maybe someone else out there will have the same appreciation for them as I do. So join me, if you want!  Cheers,  - Ana        

My name is Ana Rodriques, and I like to party!

Seriously. I LOVE to throw a good party. Every aspect of planning an event is an invigorating and fresh experience. Developing each unique theme, creating a connection with each guest, and facilitating a captivating environment are a few of the reasons why I love what I do. Full disclosure though- it's not always all rainbows and butterflies.

I have had my share of rough, exhausting, and joy depleting experiences- which haven't been fun but most necessary for growth. Those have pushed me to think differently, to explore new angles, and to exercise caution when necessary. Did I enjoy them? Most definitely not; but I am incredibly thankful for every success and failure I've navigated in my journey as an event planner and stylist. 

So what am I going to do with all of it? I'm going to share. Tips, tricks, maybe even a case study or two... Why? Not because the world needs another blogger, or because I've "arrived," or I'm switching careers. But because I think it will be therapeutic. Also because I'm a total dork and geek out about some creative projects. And who knows? Maybe someone else out there will have the same appreciation for them as I do. So join me, if you want!

Cheers,

-Ana 

 

 

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