This is 31: Procrastibaking

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you must write. yourself. before you can write anything else. —nejma nayyirah waheed Today is my birthday, and I’m not sure how to feel about it. Something about hitting your third decade and being a woman makes you feel like you’re suddenly holding the plastic disc in Catchphrase. Now there’s this timer and it’s beeping … Read more

Going Away and Coming Home

Abiquiu New Mexico sunset

It started innocently enough. At the beginning of the year, my mom and I decided to finally make the pilgrimage to Abiquiu, New Mexico to take a class with our nearest and dearest clay teacher, Debra Fritts. Debra and her husband Frank have a phenomenal home/gallery/studio in the middle of what’s lovingly referred to as … Read more

The View From Here

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“Curiosity is a clue. Follow that clue. Trust it. See where curiosity will lead you next. Following that scavenger hunt of curiosity can lead you to amazing, unexpected places.”-Elizabeth Gilbert, Big Magic The blessing and curse of this whole entrepreneur thing, is that it really is just like a choose your own adventure book. On … Read more

The Way I’m Made to Feel

Jordana Dale portrait Atlanta

It was as if I woke up on January 1st, 2018 and someone had turned the lights off. My surroundings, my life was completely the same, but everything felt different. I couldn’t find my bearings in once familiar spaces. When that switch flipped off, I was no longer me, but a really lost confused, teenager-like … Read more

2018 Manifesto: Carry On

Carry On t-shirt

2017. Whew, what was your deal? I checked out of my room in Mandalay Bay and less than two weeks later a mass murderer was sniping at innocent concert goers from a few floors below where I had been leisurely lounging, editing photos, and eating snacks just a few weeks prior. We puttered away from … Read more

A Birthday Wish: Take Care

Angie Webb Photographer Abstract Headshot

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens:…a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing, a time to search and a time to give up, a time to keep and a time to throw … Read more

Watering The Weeds

Angie Webb garden carrots

Those of you who follow me on Instagram or who read this previous post of mine may already know about my 2017 adventures in gardening. Relying heavily on ill-advised gut instincts and Google searches, I’ve managed to design and build a garden full of summer veggies, petite blooms, and other miscellaneous flora despite the best … Read more

Grounded In The Stars

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It is 2006. I am teetering on the overused legs of a mass produced dorm chair three hours from home in a tiny slice of living space I’ll share with someone I just met five minutes ago. The desk electrical outlet shorts out on the metal edging of our desk and shocks my fingers when … Read more

Stop the Glorification of Sweatpants

Madison Beaulieu holding a tray

If you’ve ever been on Pinterest or Instagram or if you ever play in the entrepreneurial space, you’ve probably seen this quote somewhere in an inspirational image or a well-intentioned tweet.     I’ve got a new variation of this for you. And before you freak out about how much you love your leggings and … Read more

Room To Thrive

Angie Webb garden tomatoes

Our house used to belong to an avid gardener. He died many years ago, and the yard was not maintained by his spouse, so we know nothing its glory days. But every time we meet a new neighbor, all we hear about is how beautiful it used to be. This guy was extremely detail-oriented. The … Read more