This week, we’re so excited to celebrate our 6th birthday! As you may know, we’re celebrating all over the country (and beyond!) because everyone on our team lives in a different city. Working remotely comes with its challenges, but every one of us loves working with such a diverse group every single day. To celebrate our birthday, we’re sharing fun interviews with the gals behind Glitter Guide. We’re talking our favorite splurges, the best things about working for Glitter Guide and our best tips for working remotely. Click through the slideshow to meet the team!
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for supporting us for the last six years! Your love and support (and likes and comments and pins) mean the world to us, and we wouldn’t be here without you. We have so many exciting things coming soon, and we can’t wait to see what the future of Glitter Guide holds! So, we’re pouring glasses of Champagne and grabbing a cupcake (or two) and hope that you’ll join us—not that we ever need an excuse to celebrate around here at Glitter Guide. 🎉
What’s the first thing you do in the morning?
TS: Kiss my kids and then coffee. Always coffee.
Champagne or rosé?
Cupcakes or donuts?
TS: Donuts all the way!
6 beauty products you can’t live without:
TS: Concealer (I am always exhausted!), sunscreen, coconut oil, a bright lipstick, mascara and texturizing spray.
What’s your favorite part about working for Glitter Guide?
TS: It’s way too hard to pick just one. I love so many things about working for GG! I love building the team and getting to know all the amazing women who pour their hearts into the brand. The fact that I even have a website that other people work for is still mind-boggling to me. I also love that Glitter Guide allows me to continually search for inspiration. Finding new exciting brands and women to highlight is such a treat for me. I find I am constantly inspired by the incredible people we feature on our site.
What is your best tip for working remotely?
TS: Always find ways to connect with your team members about things other than work. Make sure to know things about their interests, birthdays, events in their life and stay in touch often. It’s not all about work all the time!