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  1. Our monthly reading edits are compiled by Francine Thompson, W&D’s Content Manager, Bridgette Dutkowski, W&D’s Project Manager, and me! Every month we get together to talk about the content going on W&D for the upcoming weeks, which is most often inspired by articles, timely topics, and cultural touch points outside the lifestyle category. We hope that we enjoy these links …

  2. DIY

    Today we have a fun project from our content manager, Francine Thompson. Francine helps keep our blog posts organized, hunts down photos and links, and makes sure we’re locked and ready to publish after we’ve shot, written, and produced content for the website. She’s also is a talented designer and has a great sense of style! I’m …

  3. Ed. note: This post was sponsored by Curate. The compensation received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to purchase props, hire a photographer and videographer, write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight. While compensation was received in exchange for coverage, all thoughts and opinions are always my …

  4. One of unexpected challenges of having a newborn is finding ways to do normal tasks at work and home with only one hand. It’s surprisingly difficult. But what it has given way to is more time to scour the internet for cool stuff. I miss the days when I had a fulltime job and could take a lunch …

  5. It feels as if a lifetime has gone by since I sat down to write to you all. August is two months old and in the past week he has transitioned from a scrunchy-faced newborn to a bright-eyed baby boy! Everything changed after that first cry. My god! How sweet. Those emotions could move mountains. Happiness so pure I forgot …

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  7. It’s often said we cannot “go it alone.” We all need someone to believe in us, to stand by our side when we’re not our best self, to lift you up. It’s just as important to know when to let go. Today’s post from Mental Health contributor Tala Ciatti examines our universal need for one another, …

  8. Ed. note: This post was sponsored by Target. The compensation received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to purchase props, hire a photographer and videographer, write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight. While compensation was received in exchange for coverage, all thoughts and opinions are always …

  9. Our monthly reading edits are compiled by Francine Thompson, W&D’s Content Manager, Bridgette Dutkowski, W&D’s Project Manager, and me! Every month we get together to talk about the content going on W&D for the upcoming weeks, which is most often inspired by articles, timely topics, and cultural touch points outside the lifestyle category. We hope that we enjoy these links …

  10. Ed. note: This renovation and blog post was sponsored by brand partners Cambria, Delta Faucets, Hygge & West, and McDonald Remodeling . The compensation and product received in exchange for placement on Wit & Delight is used to write/edit the blog post and support the larger team behind Wit & Delight. As always, all thoughts and opinions are always …

  11. There are few things more charming than a simple, beautiful cake. Maybe pie. But that’s a story for another blog post. One of my little domestic goals is to become a better baker this year and I’ve decided to start by upping my cake game. I usually stick with my go-to recipe: the Winning Hearts and Minds …

  12. There’s no place like home. Sometimes, it takes a trip away to remember what you have in your own backyard. Now that I’m home with the baby and doing less traveling, I’ve become reaquainted with all there is to offer in Minneapolis/St. Paul. We often get emails from readers from the coasts who find themselves with …

  13. New mom, new me, new hair! I’m thinking I need a change this fall and here is what we’re seeing for trends: 1. Deep, sleek side part: This is an easy makeover. No cut needed. Super chic but still relaxed. A good balance, no? 2. Natural Root: I dyed my hair way, way back and I’d …