Articles

  1. January Reading Edit

    One of our goals this year is to read more, whether it be books, newspapers or articles while waiting in at the airport gate and share it here. In this election year, we couldn’t help but include the one (of many) about the presidential election. — … Read More

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  2. December Reading Edit

    In a month dominated by “Best of Lists”, here are a few articles to round out the New Year, and what may be the last few hours of free time you will have this year. Enjoy! + On Satisfying the Masses – “I have been reenacting in … Read More

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  3. The Concept of “Enough”

    We’ve gone 360 once again, landing upon that familiar time of year dedicated to reflection and hope for our future. Reflection on the good, bad, and ugly of the year behind, and hope for unknown– hope that we’ve somehow learned from our past to gain more … Read More

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  4. Drake on Cake

    In case you haven’t seen it yet…loving this little project by Joy the Baker.

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  5. December Thoughts

    All of a sudden It’s December. How did this happen? We all know what’s coming up, or looming (for some of us). While I do enjoy this time of year, historically it has been incredibly stressful between my work schedule, planning gatherings with friends and family, shopping … Read More

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  6. November Reading Edit

    Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and in a few days, we will be sitting down with friends and family and sharing a meal; and more often than not, some awkward conversation. In preparation, I’ve gathered a few articles together that might come in handy when … Read More

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  7. Happy Anniversary Instagram

    Last week five years ago (still with me?), Instagram was launched. This social platform has revolutionized the way we look at photos, take selfies and humblebrag about besties and baes, all the while feeling #blessed. Instagram has been and continues to be a platform to capture … Read More

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  8. #thejigisup

    If you can’t laugh at yourself, you shouldn’t be on the internet. #blessed #sorrynotsorry    #i’mquietandshybutpayattentiontome, #the”lookbutdon’tlookatme” —    #travelwear, #doyoucarewhatsinmysuitcase — #holdingstuffmakesitbetter, #myarmisgettingtired — #sothisiswhycoffeeissopricey — Well played, Barbie. Well played. Images are from both the Socality Barbie Instagram feed and the Wit & Delight Instagram feed. Can … Read More

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  9. August Reading Edit

    As we speed past the halfway point of 2015, the impending arrival of September prompts us to hit the reset button. In many ways, it is a different kind of New Year, and I’ve been thinking a lot about what I want to accomplish before 2016. … Read More

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  10. Should vs Must

    “Should is how others want us to show up in the world — how we’re supposed to think, what we ought to say, what we should or shouldn’t do. It’s the vast array of expectations that others layer upon us. When we choose Should the journey is smooth, the risk is small. Must is different—there aren’t options … Read More

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  11. Wordless Wednesday

        Follow along on Instagram.

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  12. But it only works sometimes.

    “Sometimes, we’re so focused on being consistent that we also lower the bar on amazing. After all, the thinking goes, if we can’t be amazing all the time, better to reset the expectation to merely good. Which robs us of the ability to (sometimes) be amazing. … Read More

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