Category Archive: Art

Paperless Post Love

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Paperless Post is redefining the world of online invitations.  Say goodbye to those cheesy, impersonal calendar requests and welcome a world of well-designed (dare I say beautiful?) stationery to your inbox.  With Paperless… Continue reading

Florals, Florals, Everywhere!

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With less than a week to go until my wedding, it’s safe to say I have florals on the brain.  It’s not just floral arrangements, everything from packaging, to wall paper, to clothing… Continue reading

A Love Affair: Long Ledge

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I fall in love with houses. Not every house, mind you; they have to be a special house. The first time I fell in love with a house, I was 7 years old.… Continue reading

Summer, Please Don’t Go

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It’s that time of year again. I’ve been enjoying long summer days on the beach whenever I can, but once the beginning of August hits, I always have this sudden pang of dread… Continue reading

I’m My Own Boss!

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Last week, I wrote a manifesto about working for myself one day. This week was my first full week working my new schedule that I’ve devised for myself – waitressing, (ahem, “serving”), freelance… Continue reading

On The Lookout: Large Format Art

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I sort of cringe at the phrase “wall art”.  It brings to mind that soul-less section of HomeGoods with the aisles of mass-produced hotel art.  However, I have a big stretch of wall… Continue reading

On Stress and Beaches

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If you know me well, you know that I tend to bottle up my emotions and stress until I break down.  It’s not always a dramatic mess of tears and snot (as beautiful… Continue reading

Around the Web: Skillshare Online Classes

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A while back,  I wrote a post about fun people to follow on Instagram and looking back, I can’t believe I didn’t include Jon Contino on that list! A self proclaimed “Alphastructaesthetitologist”, Jon is… Continue reading

2013 Calendar Round-Up

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It is hard to follow the somber air of Kate’s post this morning.  Thank you, Kate, for eloquently stating how many of us feel.  In an attempt to bring something cheerful and bright… Continue reading

Inspired Living Doesn’t Require a lot of Money

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    Sometimes it’s hard to get ahead.  It’s just a fact of life.  It’s also a fact of life that I’ve been struggling with recently.  I keep telling myself that I’ve traded… Continue reading

Sarah Maingot Photography

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I stumbled across this image by Sarah Maingot and immediately fell in love.  There’s a cozy, homey quality to this and other images in her portfolio that I really connect with right now. … Continue reading

Dogs & Masters

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They say a dog looks like his owner.  I find great enjoyment out of how often that statement proves to be true.  Recently, on a walk with Oliver, we were going along an… Continue reading

Patience in Practice: Peter Root

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I consider myself a patient person.  However, I am not as patient as Peter Root’s art makes him appear to be.  Browsing Pinterest led me to this post from Trendland and Peter’s meticulous… Continue reading

Moving Pictures

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A bunch of animated gifs made their way around the blogosphere a while back, but I recently stumbled upon some great new ones and thought I’d put together some of the Pop Rocks… Continue reading

Interior Inspiration from Michael Graydon Photography

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This weekend I discovered the amazing photography of Michael Graydon.  Though a Canadian (I believe he lives in Toronto, although it’s not clear on his bio), many of his photographs seem to epitomize… Continue reading