Ep 2: Roadtrips, Tailgating, Fall Fashion & Lobster Dip

by Sami

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The Sami Cone Show episode 2 aired on Friday, October 11, 2019 and re-aired on Saturday, October 12 at Noon.

Episode 2 October 2019

The Sami Cone Show: Episode 2 Show Segments {October 2019}

Ultimate Tailgating Tips

Football season is finally here, which is cause for celebration! But you don’t have to wait for a football game to tailgate. I demonstrate all the ways to tailgate, whether at home or at a game, and how to save money on it all.

Learn more on how to save money tailgating with all my segment details.

Lobster Roll Dip Recipe with SoundWaves’ Sous Chef

Whether you’re looking for a fabulous dip for tailgating or simply want to know how to recreate my absolute favorite dish from SoundWaves at Gaylord Opryland, Chef Michael Coyle walks us through how to make Lobster Roll Dip. This dip was inspired by SoundWaves’ Lobster Roll, which is the first thing I have to eat every time I visit!

(This segment sponsored by SoundWaves at Gaylord Opryland)

Fall’s New Fashion Neutrals

Learn where you should allocate your budget with key pieces for your Fall wardrobe, plus where to stretch yourself with this Fall’s new neutrals. We consult with fashionista and influencer Greta Hollar to show your our favorite pieces and colors this season.

Catch up on all the great pieces we talked about in our Fall’s New Fashion Neutrals post. You can also follow Greta’s great fashion tips on her Instagram page.

How to Save on Fall Road Trips & Stay Present with Your Family

With Fall Break upon us, it’s the perfect time of year for a road trip. But how do you save money, have fun and still remain present with your family? We’re exploring all that and more, plus the top Fall road trip destinations from Nashville.

I was joined by Samantha Nelson of “Those Crazy Nelsons” who also runs an incredible site called Weekend Trips from Nashville. Get all the tips we covered in this post: How to Save on Fall Road Trips & Stay Present with Your Family.


Bonus Features

Sami Says: How to Transition Wardrobes from Summer to Fall

Meg from Nashville asked, “How do I transition my wardrobe from summer to fall without breaking the bank?”

That’s a great question, Meg, especially since the temperatures don’t seem to realize it’s Fall! Here are a few tips to help:
1. Layer, layer, layer: keep your favorite graphic tees handy and pair them with a great moto jacket or cardigan so you’re ready for those 30-degree temperature swings we so often find in Nashville.
2. Plan to update at least two pieces in your wardrobe: one staple (like a great pair of jeans or riding boots) and one trend (like booties in an animal print). Both should be things you can wear in multiple ways with multiple outfits.
3. To help finance any other wardrobe updates, sell off a few things on a site like eBay or consider having a garage sale.

Do you have a question for Sami? Read how to get yours on-air!

Sami’s Savings Tip: Combine Business & Pleasure Travel

After having two conferences in Disney Parks in the past two months, I’ve discovered the incredible savings you can take advantage of when you’re there on business. Not only do you get hotel discounts, but you can also get specially priced theme park tickets too. Why not consider bringing your family along on your next business trip (or having them meet you at the tail end of the trip) to maximize your savings AND enjoyment?

Before I Go, I Need You to Know: You were made for this moment!

You are beautiful, capable and more ready for this moment than ever before. Do not let this moment escape you – the opportunity to not only make a difference in the life os someone else, but in the trajectory of your own life.

I pray God gives you the power of belief in a way you’ve never felt before.

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