Friday, June 1, 2012

Sneak Peek | Minted Magazine's Summer Issue

I've been writing away this spring, and one of my more exciting projects has been contributing to Minted magazine.  

Minted is a quarterly online women's lifestyle and business magazine aimed at the modern career girl. The summer issue comes out on Monday, and it contains my article with tips on how to find your way—and your new social circle—in a new city after a big move.

Minted is revealing some sneak peeks of the new issue today—if you like what you see, you’ll love what’s in store for you on Monday.

Long summer days just sometimes aren’t enough for you to make wardrobe changes to take you from the sandy beach to a candlelit dinner with your better half. Minted has you covered in its Style File “Day to Night” section. With a swap of some accessories and pieces, you’ll be good to go for the day!
Did you know that women control more than 60% of all personal wealth in U.S.? Even with stats like that, it’s surprising that women only make up 3% of the advertising industry’s creative directors—the very people in charge of selling you products. So why are men in charge of attracting brands that women are supposed to buy into? Find out why in the Summer Issue of Minted!

Check out past issues of Minted over at or find them on Twitter and Facebook. I fell in love with the publication immediately, and I hope you will, too!


  1. Cool! I'm excited to check it out.

  2. Awesome! I can't wait to read your article. I'm going to check out Minted right now.

  3. ooh, minted looks awesome! can't wait to read your stuff!

  4. Thanks, everyone!

    By the way, the summer issue is here!

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