When Cynthia Smoot shares something she loves, we pay attention. Join our Dallasite girl-on-the-go as she recommends the best of what’s happening right now.


Since its launch in the fall of 2016, Just Hit Send has been simplifying (and stylizing) gifting as we know it. With composed gift packages full of unique name-brand items that are ready to send at the click of a button, gifting over the holidays was a breeze. The Dallas-based service ships nationwide with each gift carefully packaged in a sleek black box. Just Hit Send is designed for the sophisticated consumer, with their most meaningful occasions in mind. Featured occasions expand beyond holidays to housewarming, care packages, wedding occasions, corporate gifting and more. Fresh products, pairings, and brands are added seasonally. Prices range from $50-$150 per package, and gifts ship nationwide within three business days. For more information visit


When co-owners Michele Hines and Sherri Rodebaugh launched Lil’ Firefly online two years ago, their mission was to sell affordable clothing that reflected the bright spirit within each child. You can now shop their fun, quirky kids’ clothing and accessories at their new Snider Plaza boutique. The store carries infant to ‘tween sizes and brands are specifically selected to allow children to express their personality and spirit through what they wear. For more information visit


Poké is a Hawaiian specialty that has cruised to the mainland and is quickly spreading across the U.S., and Poké Bop is riding the wave into Dallas with their first location. For diners unfamiliar with the cuisine, think of it as deconstructed sushi. The Poké Donut is sure to be an instant Instagram cult favorite, which is a made-to-order sushi roll bent in the shape of a circle, resulting in a beautiful edible Poké creation. Diners can also enjoy a Poké Ritto, an over-sized sushi roll that hasn’t been sliced into pieces so you can pick it up and eat it with your hands, like you would a burrito. For more information visit


For over 25 years Donna Richardson has traveled the world empowering girls and women to live purposeful, powerful and productive lives. By integrating fashion, wellness and empowerment, she aims to inspire young girls and women to develop a new posture of self-love, self care, self-confidence and self worth. Fashion That Fits marks her foray into apparel because, as Donna claims, “the best outfit you will ever wear is self confidence and self worth.” The line is designed for women of all different ages, sizes and shapes; and all garments are priced under $200 – which fits any budget. For more information visit