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Jessica Colombo

Shop Manager / Drybar White Plains

#PrettyisasPrettydoes Jessica has been one of our most outstanding performers since she was hired. Showed great success overcame lots of challenges and is the sweetest ever. A great person and cares about people. We are so thankful to have her in our Drybar Family.


Kayla Traub

Lead Virtual Training Educator / Amazing Lash Studio Waverly 

Kayla Traub has been a loyal team member to Amazing Lash for 5+ years. She has always been a master of the craft and loves to provide guidance and support for the team. She goes above and beyond to achieve any task thrown her way and consistently exceeds the expectation. Kayla has been an instrumental piece of building our virtual training programs from the ground up and executing flawlessly on top of rolling out the pink carpet to her loyal clientele. In addition to all of the good that she does as a team member, she is a kind individual who is loved and respected by her team and her guests. Thank you Kayla, for all that you continue to do for Tejvi Lash. We would not be here today without you!

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Alex Lopez

Manager In Training / Hand and Stone Marietta 

Alex was recently promoted to MIT from ASM. Alex is dedicated to the overall success of her spa and is always willing to pitch in to help another location. Alex always has a smile on her face which is contagious. She exemplifies our MIT program, wanting to learn and continue to grow in leadership at Tejvi.

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The Origins of Halloween

Halloween, also called All Hallows Eve, is a celebration celebrated for years. The earliest trace of the celebration is associated with Peter Tokofsky. He was an assistant professor at UCLA states in the folklore and mythology department. According to Peter, the earliest trace of Halloween is the Celtic festival, Samhain, Celtic New Year.


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Tom Yum Soup (Tom Yum Goong)

Prep Time: 5 Min

Cook Time: 45 Min

Recipe Size: 1 Pot of Soup, 5-6 Bowls

Recipe By Hot Thai Kitchen

Tom yum is a type of Thai hot and sour soup where the iconic flavors come from 3 herbs: lemongrass, galangal, and makrut (kaffir) lime leaves.

What You Need

  • 8-10 medium to large shrimp, head-on, shell-on preferable. 

  • 2 liters of chicken stock or water 

  • 8-10 makrut lime leaves 

  • 4 stalks of lemongrass. 

  • 1 inch chunk of galangal

  • 2 white onions (medium sized)

  • 8-10 tablespoons of fresh lime juice

  • Thai chilies, amount is to taste

  • 3 tablespoons of Thai chili paste/chili jam. Known as nam prik pao in Thai

  • 2 Roma tomatoes 

  • 8-10 tablespoons of Fish sauce

  • 2 teaspoons of Sugar

  • 300 grams of oyster mushrooms

  • Handful of cilantro

How to Make It

  1. Make the shrimp stock by sauteing shrimp shells and/or heads until the bottom of the pot starts collecting browned bits.

  2. Deglaze with water and scrape all the stuck bits from the bottom of the pot. 

  3. If using shrimp heads, use tongs to squeeze out the tasty tomalley inside. 

  4. Simmer for about 30 minutes. You can add some chopped onions to the simmering stock right now if you want some added flavor.

  5. Strain the stock and add the lemongrass, galangal, tomatoes, makrut lime leaves and Thai chilies. 

  6. Simmer for 5 minutes. Then add the mushrooms and cook for 1-2 minutes.

  7. Add the shrimp, bring the stock back to a simmer and then turn off the heat.

  8. Allow the residual heat of the soup to fully cook the shrimp for the next 2 minutes.

  9. Add the Thai chili paste and fish sauce and stir to dissolve the chili paste.

  10. Add lime juice and then taste and adjust, adding the sugar only if needed. 

  11. It's ready to serve!  Note: the herbs are for infusion purposes only and are not meant to be eaten; however, they're traditionally left in the soup for garnish.



Denmark is the cleanest country in the world.
Full of charm, culture, and coffee, Denmark has a lot going for it. Now it’s become one of the world’s environmental pioneers, ranked as the cleanest country in the world by the Environmental Performance Index (EPI) for 2021. Denmark's forward-thinking environmental attitude is part of everyday life for locals – just look at the city’s state-of-the-art CopenHill building. It’s a waste energy plant that turns the city’s garbage into heat and power, and also has a dry ski slope perched on its roof. Throughout the year, you’ll find both families and professionals enjoying the adrenaline rush down to the bottom.



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