3 Top Tips For Working From Home

3 Top Tips For Working From Home [Katy Horst] I love working from home. I can create my own schedule, my lunch break consists of switching out a load of laundry or a quick walk around the block. I never thought that I’d be that person who would enjoy being a homebody most of the day, but I have to say it’s one the best decisions I ever made — although I basically made the […]

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Make Your Own Mug

Make Your Own Mug [Katy Horst] This post may contain affiliate links. That means that we love a product, so we share it. If you buy it from the link we provide, we make a commission. We all win here. I think everyone should have a special cup. Something to sip coffee or tea in. Something that functions as a catalyst for a moment of peace. There are a lot of things going on the […]

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5 Steps to Distressed Furniture

5 Steps to Distressed Furniture [Katy Horst] This post may contain affiliate links. That means that we love a product, so we share it. If you buy it from the link we provide, we make a commission. We all win here. If you want the farmhouse look without the Pier1 price, you’re not alone. Creating a distressed piece of furniture is much easier than it looks and only requires a few tools to get started. […]

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Why We Need Journaling

Why We Need Journaling [Meredith Sell] “[T]he unexamined life is not worth living…” ~Socrates, as recorded in Plato’s Apology of Socrates Time slips by when we’re paying the least attention. We get caught in routines of work and/or school, meals, time with friends and family, sleep. Before we know it, another week or month or year has passed and the question arises: Am I wasting my life? I’m a goal-oriented person. At the beginning of […]

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5 Tips For Dressing Confidently

5 Tips For Dressing Confidently [Meredith Sell] Starting my first professional job after college, I had a problem. I’d never enjoyed dressing up, and I had no choice but to do so five days a week. The vast majority of my wardrobe were T-shirts, athletic shorts, and sweatpants — what I’d lived in for most of my college career. And most of what I owned that was appropriate for work I didn’t really like. I […]

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Easy Enchiladas for the Working (and Busy) Woman

Easy Enchiladas for the Working (and Busy) Woman [Kyla Carneiro] Pinterest is my go-to resource when making something new for dinner.  I’ll try it out one night, and if it works, I can’t help but add my own twist. I do this easily by using the initial recipe as a foundation but switching out ingredients for tastier substitutes or foods that will create new flavors. Enchiladas seemed daunting to me. The idea of filling burritos, […]

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Delicious Basic Hummus Recipe

Delicious Basic Hummus Recipe [Kyla Carneiro] Hummus helps keep me healthy. I usually eat it with veggies for a quick lunch and feel satisfied. I heard it was fairly simple to make, so I decided to try making it myself. It really is as easy as they (they being the hummus gods) say! This recipe is the base you’ll need before crafting your own more intensive flavors like roasted garlic, spinach, or sundried tomato hummus, […]

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3 Steps To Create A Polaroid Display

3 Steps To Create A Polaroid Display [Kyla Carneiro] This post may contain affiliate links. That means that we love a product, so we share it. If you buy it from the link we provide, we make a commission. We all win here. I am one of those people who fell in love with the adorable Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 polaroid camera. I took my first photo immediately after unwrapping mine, and now snapping a […]

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Make Your Own Adventure Fund

Make Your Own Adventure Fund [Kyla Carneiro] This post may contain affiliate links. That means that we love a product, so we share it. If you buy it from the link we provide, we make a commission. We all win here. Adventures are vital to fully experiencing life, and they form in different ways. Your adventure could be learning, falling in love, taking chances; mine is traveling to see places, hear people, and take in […]

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An Open Letter to Women in the Workplace About Their Fear

An Open Letter to Women in the Workplace About Their Fear [Originally Appeared In & Written For Darling Magazine – Katy Horst] Close your eyes and think of a famous CEO. You probably thought of Mark Zuckerburg from Facebook or maybe even Jeff Bezos from Amazon. Both men. And, it’s not that they aren’t great innovators and leaders, but it does raise the question: Why didn’t a woman come to mind first? The answer is that Zuckerberg […]

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What Your Interview Outfit Says About You

What Your Interview Outfit Says About You [Originally Appeared In & Written For Darling Magazine – Katy Horst] Here we go — flinging open the closet door to pick out the outfit. I mean, the outfit. The outfit that gives insight to a potential employer, insight to knowing who you are. Are you meticulous? How about creative? Innovative? Passionate? Perfect for this position? The list of possible impressions goes on and on, and so do your thoughts […]

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3 Ways to Become a Tea Snob

3 Ways to Become a Tea Snob [Katy Horst] This post may contain affiliate links. That means that we love a product, so we share it. If you buy it from the link we provide, we make a commission. We all win here. It all started when I was wandering aimlessly through a store that exclusively sold loose leaf tea. The sales lady could see that I was clearly out of my element and so […]

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5ish Steps to Make the Cutest (& Weirdest) Earrings Ever

5ish Steps to Make the Cutest (& Weirdest) Earrings Ever [Kyla Carneiro] This post may contain affiliate links. That means that we love a product, so we share it. If you buy it from the link we provide, we make a commission. We all win here. Ear pals are the friendliest, funkiest earrings you’ll ever make—and wear! They’re tiny rubber animals you wear on both sides of your ear, giving the illusion that these critters […]

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