There's nothing my cats love better than Craft Day. Seriously. It's like Christmas, catnip, empty boxes, felt mice and warm laundry fresh out of the dryer, all wrapped up into one glorious event. It
Hands down, my favorite thing about 2013 so far has been the birth of Sophia, my brother and sister-in-law's first child, and my first niece. There's something pretty spectacular about being an aunt...
Ideation is a huge part of what I do and who I am as an individual. My job requires me to be innovative and creative on behalf of my clients and agency, and my inner muse demands the same...
The last couple of weeks have been a little more stressful than usual due to a perfect storm of proposals, projects, and personal stuff.
My dad, sister and I have a joke about the fact that we think differently than most people. Whereas most people's thoughts logically progress from Point A to Point B and then to C, D, E and beyond, we're
I'm going to lead this post off with an assumption (dangerous, I know) that I'm not the only one who occasionally googles my name to see what comes up in the search results. I was doing that very thing
This whole project started because I was browsing Pinterest on my phone while Chris and I were watching Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood this evening (what else are credits good for?). I stumbled across
Every now and again, it's good to stretch your creative muscles. That's why a couple of my girlfriends and I take turns hosting a craft day at our respective houses. This weekend, I had the privilege
Sometimes, when Monday threatens to bowl you over with blah, you have to fight back.
How was your Monday?
Chris and I decided to enjoy the wonderful weather this afternoon by taking the puppies on a hike. We normally trek out to the beach or hit a regional park, but today's we decided to head out toward Fort
It's human nature to challenge change, so I'm not surprised by the vocal horde of fans and non-fans alike who have weighed in against the new Jacksonville Jaguars logo and found that it doesn't suit their
For the past two and half years, I've been fighting against the migration to e-books, which if you consider what I do for a living, may seem a little odd. But if you spend any length of time in my home