This was probably the scariest moment of my life. Being suspended on a single rope thousands of feet above the Valley floor, all the worst possible outcomes start flooding your mind. After I looked down I almost threw up but I must say, it was one of the coolest experiences I've ever had. Thanks to @lanleyc for this epic shot.
If throwing parties with your best friends sounds like a great way to make a living, then talk to Erica Taylor Haskins, Adette Contreras and Liz Castelli. The Brooklyn-based trio took that idea and ran, successfully making a profitable business out of bringing people together for a good time.
Starting their professional careers in different industries, from advertising to education, the three women respectively realized that what they were doing wasn’t right for them. They wanted jobs that felt more creative and authentic. So they ganged together with two bottles of Prosecco and created Tinsel & Twine, a premier event planning company that uses design elements to create one-of-a-kind celebrations. // Read the full profile in The 100 Issue now available for purchase ...link in bio #oneoftheBUNCH100
Photo: ℅ Tinsel & Twine
Sure, we all feel alive now, but how do we know it's not all, you know, just an illusion? I mean, I can reach out and touch you, but it's all just signals to the brain, easily re-creatable with the right technology. You know what I mean?