I remember coming across the abbreviation “wfh” a while back and thinking that it was something dirty. Not even.  I’ve only been working from home for a few months, and tbh, sometimes it seems much more challenging than physically being at work. The commute is literally from my bed to the office and it’s pretty […]

How often have you purchased a cool toy, only for your little one to be bored with it in less than a week? It’s happened too many times to count in our household. If you’ve experienced this, you should probably start a toy rotation. When we made our baby registry toys were absent from the […]

At 5:00 each morning, my Apple watch and my iPhone ring in tandem to wake me up. Once I actually get my butt out of bed, I ask Alexa what the weather’s like and what’s on my agenda for the day. She briefs me and then I pop in my AirPods so that I can […]

I recently had a down moment and so naturally I wound up on the gram. A beautiful image stopped the scroll for me and I read the caption. It was about how helium is a limited resource that is quickly being depleted. The person who wrote the post was more upset about the fact that […]

I’m really excited about this post, namely because this is the first collaborative post with Jo and I. I also think that this post really reflects the nature of our relationship. I laid out some guidelines for what I thought this post should be, and Jo and I interpreted it in two very different ways. […]

When my daughter was a baby, she was the best sleeper. We never had the stereotypical newborn-sleep drama. Camille would easily sleep for six-hour stretches. In fact, her pediatrician recommended that we’d wake her regularly to feed her. It was great while it lasted, but at this point, it seems as if her toddler sleep […]

I was eating lunch with a friend recently and we talk a lot about our kids. Her daughter is 3 and Camille is 2 so we constantly try to top each other in crazy toddler stories. Somehow we got on the topic of area rugs and I mentioned how I was writing this very post […]

I have a really close woo-woo friend. She is as crunchy granola as they come. She makes her own kombucha and chocolate, SHE DOES NOT HAVE A SINGLE PLASTIC ITEM IN HER HOME (not even trash bags), and she even brings her own plates and utensils to fast food joints to avoid their packaging. I […]

With each passing year comes a new set of trends in the interior design world. Regardless of the trends, the principles of design remain. Think of the principles of design as the anchor which allows it all to “work.” One of the most understated, yet impactful elements of design is harmony. When the harmony of […]

I like to think that I’m pretty open to interior design trends. With most trends I try to suspend my initial thoughts until I’ve internalized exactly what it’s all about. I can’t say the same for maximalist decor. It gives me anxiety seeing so much. I need white space to give my eyes and brain […]