February 14, 2018

Got plans this weekend?

Earlier this week, I got an email from a girlfriend. She told me, “It’s my annual Fifty Shades Weekend!”

Once a year, she meets up with two girlfriends to watch the latest Fifty Shades movie. They have brunch, get foot massages, and talk about… all the things. From feminism to lipstick to business strategies and beyond. It’s an annual tradition—three years and counting.

People, we all need more of THIS in our lives.

We need high-quality connection. We need laughter, inspiration, and fun. We need weekends that feel like actual weekends—yes, weekends, remember those? We need deep friendships that elevate us—friendships that make us feel braver and stronger.

If you’re craving more of THAT, then…

1. Book yourself a flight to Nashville, and…
2. Join me for a Galentine’s dinner party this Saturday night.

Yes, it’s last-minute. Yes, it’s totally spontaneous. Yes, it’s a little crazy because OMG, it’s just a few days away. But “totally spontaneous” and “a little crazy” is how all the best stories begin. 🙂

The Galentine’s dinner party is happening at:
2600 8th Ave S, Suite 102, Nashville, TN  
and it starts at 6:00 pm

If you’ve ever been to one of my dinner parties before, you know that it’s so much more than just… a meal.

You’ll meet smart, kind, ambitious women. We’ll declare our goals for the rest of 2018. We’ll toast to our futures. New friendships will be born. This will be a remember-until-forever night… and I hope to see you there!

Email support@shyatt.com if you have any questions about this event. Book your seat at the dinner table right here.

Nashville, y’all!

Here we come!



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