At West Elm in DUMBO..this is where it all began.

Tomorrow marks exactly one year from when we first popped up at their beautiful new venue. Thank you West Elm DUMBO for partnering with us! You’ve made our journey even more amazing!

Our Pampering Station will be set up at West Elm DUMBO tomorrow, Sunday, November 19th, from 12pm to 5pm..just in time before our December holiday season begins. So, come by, grab a cup of coffee from Brooklyn Roasting Company and shop West Elm‘s wonderful selection of home decor and gifts for the holidays. And, we’ll have our skin care treats ready to help your skin stay moisturized and protected this Winter season. We’ll see you tomorrow!

And, in collaboration with West Elm LOCAL, we’ll be donating a percentage of our sales proceeds from our Pop Ups to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to help find cures for childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Thanks for your support!

Fast Forward to the end of the evening when we were so excited to present our first donation for St. Jude to West Elm DUMBO ! Such an amazing year it has been so far and we look forward to seeing you again soon! Our best wishes to you for a wonderful holiday season!

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Our facial steamers and bath soaks just got a travel upgrade!

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They’re now available in an air-tight, travel-friendly, zip-top pouch! Use what you need…zip it up…and bring it with you to wherever your travels take you! These jetsetters will debut with their new travel-friendly outfits on Friday, November 17th, at Pottery Barn Flatiron! We’ll be there from 3pm to 8pm, so come get some for your carry-on bags!

And, in collaboration with Pottery Barn Flatiron, we’ll be donating a percentage of our sales proceeds from our Pop Ups to St. Jude to help find cures for childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Thanks for your support!

We’ll be at Pottery Barn this Weekend!

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Our Pampering Station will pop up in Pottery Barn on 1965 Broadway at 67th Street, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm. Come by and get some skin-hydration in before and after Sunday’s NYC Marathon! Our Avocado Moisturizers are great for runner’s needs…that’s testimonial from a marathon-running NS Fan!

And, in collaboration with @potterybarn, we’ll be donating a percentage of our sales proceeds to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to help find cures for childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

See you soon!

We’re Collaborating with West Elm for St. Jude…

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In collaboration with local West Elm stores, we will be donating a percentage of our sales proceeds from our upcoming West Elm LOCAL Pop Ups to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Our donations will help in finding cures for childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases and will help provide financial support to families so that they can focus on treatment and care for their children. Shop us at our upcoming West Elm Pop Ups and join us in supporting St. Jude’s mission.

Our upcoming West Elm LOCAL Showcases are:

WEST ELM Chelsea

112 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011

Saturday, October 14, 2017, 12:00pm-5:00pm

 

WEST ELM DUMBO

2 Main Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Sunday, October 15, 2017, 12:00pm-5:00pm

 

We look forward to seeing you!

It’s Charity Tuesday…

It’s Charity Tuesday and our donation this month helps beat the Summer heat! 

(Read more about the inspiration for our monthly donations… https://naturallysusans.wordpress.com/2017/02/04/we-were-inspired/

For this month’s Charity Tuesday…

The sun is shining, the weather’s getting warmer, and it’s time to enjoy the outdoors. For this month’s Charity Tuesday, we’re donating some nutritious snacks for those on the go. (Read more about the inspiration for our monthly donations to help end hunger in America… https://naturallysusans.wordpress.com/2017/02/04/we-were-inspired/)

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It’s Charity Tuesday…

It’s Charity Tuesday and with this month’s donation, we brought some sweetness…. (Read more about the inspiration for our monthly donations to help end hunger in America… https://naturallysusans.wordpress.com/2017/02/04/we-were-inspired)

It’s Charity Tuesday and our donation this month includes more food for the body. (Read more about the inspiration for our monthly donations…https://naturallysusans.wordpress.com/2017/02/04/we-were-inspired/)

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In the NS Parlour Spotlight: Dana Williams of Sotheby’s Realty and The Funding Network

Our “In the Spotlight” series is back! We’ve met many friends and colleagues along our journey so far and it’s an amazing experience as we continue to grow together. Over the next several months, we’re featuring some of our NS Fans and fellow entrepreneurs who continue to pursue their passions and inspire others to live their dreams.

In this feature, get to know Dana and how she works with others in her role at Sotheby’s and at The Funding Network.

Full Name: Dana Williams

State of Residence: (and of mind) New York

Occupation: Sotheby’s real estate agent & director of The Funding Network (TFN) NY’s lively crowd funding for small non-profits.

NS: Briefly describe your role at Sotheby’s and The Funding Network (TFN).

Dana: Thank you for this opportunity Susan. I assist people with buying and selling in Manhattan and Brooklyn. I supplement my real estate income by directing TFN New York’s operations.

NS: How long have you worked in the real estate industry? And, with TFN?

Dana: I’ve been in real estate since 1998 and with TFN since July 2013.

NS: What led you to pursue a career in the real estate industry?

Dana: I had a business providing personal assistance. It included home management. After overseeing a client’s townhouse rental transaction involving a celebrity, the real estate firm who represented this particular celebrity offered me a position to start and direct a department screening and offering home services to their clients. I helped build the national corporate model and became well versed on staging homes for sale and vetting home services. It evolved into becoming an agent.

NS: Is there any advice that you can offer to those looking to pursue a career in real estate?

Dana: Consider yourself an entrepreneur and prepare as if you were starting a business. It requires solid relationships and navigating multiple nuances that take time to learn (every transaction is different). Have a year’s worth of income in the bank. The financial rewards (commission only income) take time as does the other big payoff — the satisfaction of helping a client(s) find their “home”.

NS: What is TFN? 

Dana: The Funding Network began 12 years ago in London and hosts live crowd funding events. The idea is to make positively affecting a life — accessible, fun and greater as a group. TFN vets and, with a committee of TFN volunteers, selects three grass root organizations implementing solutions to complex problems. Each organization has six minutes to present and six minutes to answer audience questions (think Shark Tank). Audience members can raise their hands and give $100 or more. Events last exactly two hours, corporate partners can host events (to save TFN costs) and wine/food is served. At our recent and fourth NYC event, Macquarie Bank hosted and matched their employees’ pledging. TFN events take place around the world in Australia, Canada, South Africa, Singapore, the U.K., Turkey, Romania, and is growing!

NS: What inspired you to work with TFN?

Dana: I liked their no frills, no centerpiece approach. Their model to democratize philanthropy, support small, social impact innovators and their sense of fun, spoke to me. I also love the inclusiveness and diversity of our NYC events that bring people of all ages and backgrounds together — one of the many reasons why I love New York City.

NS: What are your objectives this year with TFN? 

Dana: To find at least two more corporate partners to host two more events this year.

NS: What’s your secret to success? 

Dana: Flattered that you would ask, but I consider myself a work in progress. Laughing and remembering that life is short helps.

NS: What does beauty mean to you? 

Dana: Not letting all that noise out there distract you from being yourself.

NS: What’s your favorite beauty routine? 

Dana: In the morning, washing my face with cold water and lathering on the lotion. It feels sooo refreshing.

NS: Do you have a beauty tip that you would like to share? 

Dana: Sleep, lots of sleep!

NS: How can we stay connected with you?

Dana:
Website: www.sothebyshomes.com/nyc/agents/Dana.Williams or www.tfn-usa.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tfnusa
Twitter: @TFN_USA
Instagram: Geez…working on it.
My newsletters: sign up by emailing me dana.williams@sothebyshomes.com

Special thanks to Dana for sharing with us!

Buglisi Dance Theatre’s 20th Anniversary Season ~ February 2013

Buglisi Dance Theatre’s 20th Anniversary Season Playbill ~ February 5, 2013

 

We were honored to be recognized in Buglisi Dance Theatre‘s 20th Anniversary Season’s Playbill.

It was a welcome surprise and it is our pleasure to continue to support the arts and this extraordinary organization.