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  1. This post was brought to you by FOSSIL
    Photographs by 2ND TRUTH

    One of the great disappointments in life is that we can’t be good at everything. Then again, how boring would that be? It is in our quirks and oddities that our uniqueness shines.   It does, however, take a while to learn to love those quirks. I learned this hard lesson very early after realizing my …

  2. Over plates of spaghetti, a girlfriend recently said, “If you are having a negative reaction to someone’s Instagram photo, it says more about you than it does them.” We were discussing the latest Instagram post from someone we both found both fascinating and controversial. Instagram has been a common topic of conversation with my close girlfriends these days. My friend has …

  3. Each month, Wit & Delight will be introducing a new editorial theme. Blog posts from myself and contributors will be inspired by these themes and explored through words, visuals, pun, and articles. For weekly updates and additional content featuring our favorite finds from around the web-o-sphere, sign up for our email list. If you’d like to …

  4. Guys, we made it! 2017 is here and even though technically nothing really has changed in the past four days, the new year marks a time for reflection and renewal for just about all of us. For the past five years, I’ve used the time between Christmas and New Year’s to reflect on what we accomplished in …

  5. I know few people who are sad to see 2016 go. Joe and I joke that the only good thing that happened this year, was the birth of our son. Times of trial and division have happened in our history countless times before, but never have we personally had such proximity to the events themselves. Sometimes it …

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  7. You may know her best as Princess Leia, but Carrie Fisher was a heroine in real life, too. RIP Carrie. Thank you for all you’ve done. Read more about how Carrie used her platform to help fight mental health stigma at TIME.com.  She was also a prolific writer; NYMag has a round up of her most memorable quotes …

  8. For me, I put my personal history in two buckets: before baby and after baby. So much about my emotional life has changed, both good and bad. I’ve found patience, a respect for my physical and mental limitations, and a renewed feeling of intimacy with my partner. But I have also encountered the darkness of postpartum depression, the urge …

  9. Ready or not, Christmas came and went and now we’re looking towards the new year. That time of year to celebrate with friends and family and to remember the important things in life. It’s been an unbelievable year, and I’m looking forward to a little R&R. The Wit & Delight team will be taking some time …

  10. Today’s eye candy comes to your courtesy of Bob Doyle and Alex von Hoffmann. When the couple purchased a century farm in Tennessee, they knew they wanted to honor the land’s heritage while finding ways to bring it up to date. The result is a stripped-down approach to country chic, balancing bold patterns, rustic antiques with clean lines and a minimalist …

  11. Big gold (and colorful!) earrings are having a major moment– and for good reason. Even though I’m not much of a jewelry person, earrings may become a staple in my accessory wardrobe. They make me feel regal (a la Queen Liz in The Crown) and look fantastic with a turtleneck, pajamas, grungy tee– anything really. They just add …

  12. Your squad, your crew, your gang. The ones that have (and will) outlast just about every other relationship in your life. I’m talking about person that knows every secret, where all the bodies are buried and will destroy damning evidence upon your death. Yes, your best friend. These gifts are for the special someone that has been and will …

  13. BROUGHT TO YOU IN PARTNERSHIP WITH DELTA® FAUCET.
    IMAGES BY 2ND TRUTH & Video by CAL BRUE

    It’s pretty mind-blowing that we’ve been in the studio space for about three months now. While we ran into some snafus during our build-out, this place is already starting to feel like home. Maybe it’s the fact that I spend so much time here (sometimes in my sweats and slippers) or because the tornado of stuff has …