I always enjoy looking back on the year to remember just how much I experienced and learned. We traveled quite a bit during the first 2/3 of the year and boy did our wallets feel that. I wouldn’t trade our trips to NYC for anything and I’m already scheming our next trip. I hope that […]
Before 2014 gets here, I knew I had to post a recap from this year’s Christmas City Swap! If you celebrate Christmas – I hope it was grand! We just got home from a whirlwind of intense working, Christmas and then my sister-in-law’s wedding (which I photographed)! This year I had 120 participan
This year we decided to get gifts for our clients. In the past, I usually just worked with larger companies as a contractor so it wasn’t this personal relationship. In 2013, however, we have worked with amazing clients on an ongoing basis. I was sitting at my desk one day racking my brain on what [&hellip
A few weeks ago I posted about connecting with friends who live far away and my struggle with finding the best way. Amazingly enough my friend Blaine launched his newest project around the same time called Our Common Mug. Sold only in pairs (or more), one handcrafted mug ships directly to you, while the other
I got curious the other day and started looking up what I look up on Google. Here is some of my search history: How do celebrities avoid their Instagram comments? What is babka? Why did Olivia de Havilland & Joan Fontaine fight? Why is it called “a wake?” Paypal Calculator Party scene with alcoh
I love supporting local but I don’t tend to post a lot about Columbus here on my blog because I know many of my readers live all over the world. That doesn’t mean that I don’t love my city. I REALLY love my city. We have the most amazing food scene, such talented artists and […]
I’m currently watching through Sex and the City. A show, for the most part, about: Sometimes single women in their 30’s living in Manhattan… I got married at 22 and live in the Midbest Who wear fur, smoke cigarettes and lust after heels… I think my grandma owns fur, I smoked in high scho
…that I didn’t ruin all the food. I hosted my first Thanksgiving on Thursday and I’m pretty happy with how it all turned out. I kept imagining the scene from Christmas Vacation where the turkey deflates like a beach ball and everyone sucks it up and “eats” it anyways.