| For Bread, Or For Worse: A Foolproof Recipe |

One of my favorite Quarantine memories thus far includes the unconventional but surprisingly beautiful way that my husband and I celebrated Easter. Originally, we had plans to travel up to Connecticut and see my family, but due to the circumstances, we decided to plan an elaborate “date day” instead. We woke up, made coffee, exchanged […]

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| Hygge In Your Home: Ten Ways To Create Cozy |

I cannot remember when I first heard of the word hygge (pronounced hue-guh  or hoo-gah), but I do know that there was some Googling, some Pinterest browsing, and yep- I was in love. The word is jam packed with a whole lot of perfection, a Danish phrase used when acknowledging a feeling or moment, whether […]

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| Bookish Bliss: 10 Perfect Gifts For The Literary Lover In Your Life |

I cannot bluff: I have been sitting on my couch, scrolling on Amazon, for the last two hours. Tomorrow is #CyberMonday and instead of mapping out my holiday gift list, I have been pinning bookish favorites to my “Adding Punctuation” Amazon registry. The whole activity started out innocently enough, I assure you: I ventured to […]

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| Tuesdays With Morrie: A Reflection |

Sometimes, it seems as though we travel through life on autopilot, determined to get to a destination that society mandates as our next move. I think of a chess game: The ultimate goal is to journey to the other side of the board. Migrate forward, keep your eye on the target. Stop anyone in your […]

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| On ‘Becoming Indistractable:’ A Podcast By Todd Henry |

One of the podcasts that I listen to on my daily commute is titled, “The Accidental Creative,” by Todd Henry. The man is a genius: He has written four books, facilitates worldwide workshops, drafts weekly email newsletters, hosts two Podcasts, and more. I love that his content talks about leadership, team building, creative growth, life […]

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| Top Ten Desk Essentials, For You Or Your Work Wife |

Guilty confession: I have a girl crush on Jenna Dewan. I fell in love with her in 2006 when the Step Up movie premiered: Wanted to dance like her, wanted to look like her, purchased leg warmers and played the soundtrack on repeat, sashaying alone in my bedroom. Fast forward thirteen years and that sense […]

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|Honoring An Angel: Ways To Remember A Lost Love One On Your Special Day |

I zipped up my sister’s wedding dress in quiet company, with only a camera lens, digital recorder, and each creative conductor looking on. It was hard to tell where her gown began and ended- The room shimmered in the bright sunlight and created cream waves, whitecaps rolling from the ivory curtains, to a long, blush […]

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