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Being Brave

Being Brave

My 2019 was supposed to be the year of peace but I’ve found most of the last 10 months have been spent feeling uncomfortable, challenged, and often at a crossroads where I’m pushed to be complacent or bold. Further, what I’ve uncovered is that part of the discomfort I’ve been experiencing, part of the vulnerability […]

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A Farmer’s Market Themed 1st Birthday for Ev Drew

A Farmer’s Market Themed 1st Birthday for Ev Drew

One of our family’s most favorite weekend traditions is visiting the local farmer’s market every Saturday possible from May through to October. We have an impressive farmer’s market in the area of town we love most, situated close to our favorite coffee shops, charming restaurants, and established neighborhoods. More than often, we prep our meal […]

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How to Be An Imperfectionist

How to Be An Imperfectionist

One thing I’ve learned about myself, especially so throughout this year as I’ve faced multiple big professional and personal transitions, is despite my best efforts I still struggle with failing short of perfect. How silly to so often feel paralyzed by being less than when I’m wise enough to know I’ll never be perfect. So […]

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Organizing Our Kids’ Keepsakes

Organizing Our Kids’ Keepsakes

Over the last year or so I’ve been on quite the purging adventure, ridding our home of things we don’t need or love. It’s been a really slow yet consistent process and I’d say we’re about 80% ‘there’ with ‘there’ being a place where nothing requires massive attention or causes unnecessary stress and upkeep in […]

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The Best Way

The Best Way

If there’s ONE thing I feel best describes my outlook on just about everything, it’s that there is always a best way. Minus a few scenarios in life where right and wrong apply in a more black and white way, I feel most situations, decisions, and methods-of can be done in a best way; parenting, […]

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The Evolution of a Bouquet

The Evolution of a Bouquet

So eight years ago I made this. Also known as my first ever hand held bouquet. Now that you’ve collected yourself off the floor and I’ve swallowed my pride (but really), I want to take the time to write to you about the evolution of style and skill, or more specifically, the evolution of a […]

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A Tale of Two Birth Stories

A Tale of Two Birth Stories

After the birth of my first son, Lachlan, I carried a lot of shame and guilt. I’ve never shared his full birth story like I had planned because it remains deeply personal and very much an experience that monumentally changed my life. But after giving birth to Everett, our second son and newest family addition, […]

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Kelly + Pete

Kelly + Pete

Last August I had the pleasure, joy, and honor to travel to Italy and bring together my friend and colleague’s intimate Italian wedding. You’ve seen hundreds of photos on my blog and website captured by Kelly Sweet but today I get to share photos OF Kelly and her husband Pete from their stunning wedding celebration […]

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Why and How I Run My Company from Home

Why and How I Run My Company from Home

Can I let you in on a not so little secret? For about five years of my current nine in business I felt like a fraud for running a company out of my home. I was making money, making clients happy, creating beauty in many different ways, building a hard working team, accomplishing goals, and […]

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