On the eve of one of m.a.m.a. earth’s awesome charity events they contacted Lucky 19 to create an updated version of their website. M.a.m.a. earth was founded my some passionate mamas who wanted to make a difference in the world around them. They have been busy over the past few years putting together some of the hottest charity events in Hollywood. Their events have drawn artists such as Bruno Mars, Far East Movement and many awesome local musicians and artists.
They needed a new website and blog that reflected their grassroots efforts for change and we were honored to deliver!
Check out the result:
I know that the recent events in Japan have moved many of us to donate and pray among other things.
I would like to share with you a couple of events that friends and clients have put together to help raise money for the relief efforts in Japan. I am blessed by your commitment to make the world a better place Kailani, Jesse & Chrissy!!
Hope you can make it to one or both of these events!
Event #1: First, up is this Friday, April 1st: Japan Benefit Concert @ Boathouse Collective in Costa Mesa, CA
Here’s the flyer (no we didn’t design it, but it’s very nifty indeed)
Event #2: A Night of Music & Art, Raising Funds for Relief in Japan @ King King in Hollywood
* They are even auctioning off a Bruno Mars signed guitar & Bruno himself will be there via satellite!
Flyer below (nope, didn’t design this one either, sheesh, but we did design the m.a.m.a. earth logo)
2010 is nearly over and 2011 is just waiting to begin. While I am very much steeped in preparations for the holidays; sneaking away to buy presents, baking (& eating) waaaaay to many cookies, singing Christmas carols and making cards, my mind has already started to wander to what I’ve accomplished this year and what I hope to achieve next year. So I started out writing this blog post with the concept of “taking stock” of the years successes and failures in order to create more focused, effective branding in the coming year, BUT I’m not going to continue with that…
On the whole I think we spend too much time thinking ahead and we don’t stop to just enjoy the moment we’re in. (Of course, planning is important and brewing up some innovation for the coming year sis awesome, but I’m going to save talking about that til January.) I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how time flies, my kids are already 12 and 10 and it seems like their childhood was practically a flicker. Each year Christmas is a little less “childlike” in our house and I want to enjoy these moments as long as possible.
I don’t know about you, but when I know I have a vacation coming up or in this case a trip to visit friends and family for the holidays, it becomes harder for me to focus on work. Sometimes this makes me anxious because I know I will make my deadlines one way or the other, but my mind starts to wander with thoughts of holiday dinners and family hugs.
So I’m proposing a little solution, which I hope will help you too. What if we just spend at least 1 hour per day doing something that is just pure holiday fun? Maybe watch a favorite movie (ok a little longer than an hour), or bake some cookies, or just go walk around the neighborhood and look at lights. Maybe if we give ourselves permission to just take a breath, c’mon, do it with me, ahhh and enjoy the simple pleasures of the holiday season, the stresses won’t creep in so easily.
Take a moment today or tonight to just enjoy the time spent. Life is short and this is all we’ve got–this moment.
Here’s a little holiday cheer for you, and look out in January when I’ll be back to talk business!
From our little family, we put together a little rock number. he he:
[Sorry, dear friends who don't celebrate Christmas, don't mean to leave you out here...hope your holidays are wonderful!]