What a Realist Taught Me About Magic


  I’m married to a realist. He just can’t help himself. It’s crucial that every pathway of our lives, every decision, every conversation be grounded in what is true, what can be proven, and what is logical. It’s noble really. As a logic-lover myself, I find it quite endearing. Until I get to the part … Read more

The Things That Keep Us Awake at Night

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[Note: this blog post is a goody, but if you are just here for the contest announcement and don’t want to read this post I won’t be offended! The announcement about the contest winner is at the end of this post : ) ]   The night after Thanksgiving, we huddled around a dining room … Read more

An Open Letter to All the Pictures I Never Took

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You’ve taken many forms. The “oh it might rain, I should leave my gear in the car” moments. The last straws before surely my husband will file for divorce if I ask him to stop the car for one more glimpse of a sunset or a field of horses. The situations where I’m just tired … Read more

Year One: The Year of Not Walking Away

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When I sat down to write my recap of my first year as a full-time freelancer, I wanted to write something uplifting and beautiful. I wanted to show you all the interesting projects I’ve worked on, and leave you with an inspirational tidbit leaving you inspired and uplifted. That’s what I wanted to do. I … Read more

A Life Afraid

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“So what are you going to do now?” “I’m not really sure,” I said. It was May 16th. I was sitting in a really uncomfortable tweed upholstered chair in the company’s signature orange hue. It was my last day at work. I was wearing a skirt that practically showed my ass cheeks. Eff it, it’s my … Read more

An Ode to Life in 650 Square Feet


You were meant to house one person and all their things, you were perfect for that, but in the hustle and bustle of wedding planning, we didn’t have the time or energy to look for somewhere else to go. You were supposed to be temporary, three or four months tops. Life in 650 square feet … Read more

My Perfectly Unpinstagramable Life

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I love Instagram and Pinterest. They’re both great places to be inspired by what other people are doing. I love looking at IG and am constantly amazed by how talented and active the creative community is. And I don’t mean to complain, but sometimes I’m frustrated with what I see there, and even though it’s … Read more

Cheers to New Year: Leaning In and Keeping the Faith

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I’m realizing more and more that I’m not very good at being uncomfortable. So for an introvert who doesn’t like being uncomfortable, New Year’s Eve has to be quite possibly the worst holiday in existence. The expectation is this: spend $100 on a ticket to a loud overcrowded party full of girls teetering on stilettos … Read more