About Love, Sunday
Love, Sunday was created as a resource, thoughtfully designed to bring inspiration, motivation and guidance to living a life sans "Sunday night blues". Our intention is to fill the gap between stagnation and mobilization with information. Really, really good information, whether that be in the form of our own original content, a review of something helpful we encountered, or just passing things along. We believe that quality information plus more transparency to creating the "happy life" process will inspire and motivate you to move in the direction of loving all of your days. Love, Sunday is a love letter from all the Sundays that were spent dreading the coming week. No more. Please join us in reclaiming your Sundays (and Mondays, and Tuesdays and...).
About the founder of Love, Sunday
Sharon Lee is the founder of Love, Sunday and has recently moved from New York City to Los Angeles with her husband Eddy and her rascally cat, Oliver Atticus. She is still getting acquainted with Los Angeles, particularly the Los Angeles food scene, and loves binge watching TV shows and vlogs at night. The intention behind Love, Sunday has been on her mind since 2011 (and has seen many variations in its time!) and she is thrilled that it has finally become a reality.
Professionally, Sharon currently serves as Vice President & Counsel at a financial services company in Santa Monica, CA in the private markets, technology and analytics space. As counsel, Sharon works in collaboration with the business team on matters relating to development, licensing, intellectual property, technology and private equity investments. Sharon currently supports offices located in the United States, London, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Singapore and China. Sharon also serves as an Advisory Board Member of an exciting start-up, T&Co. Prior to her current position, Sharon served as Corporate Counsel at a $3.5BN public technology company in New York and as an associate at a law firm in NYC, representing hedge funds, private equity firms and private companies in transactional matters. Sharon received her B.A. in English Literature from Binghamton University and her J.D. from St. John's University School of Law. Sharon is licensed to practice law in New York and is a registered in-house counsel in California. Sharon is also a certified Women's Leadership Coach from the Gaia Project for Women's Leadership.