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Party Like a Minimalist

I love hosting parties, large and small, and have never bought into the idea that hosting has to be complicated or overwhelming. I love applying minimalist principles to party planning (clarify what’s important, ditch the rest) and I’m sharing my top tips below so you can take the stress out of your next event. Food […]

How to Write a Book: My Step-by-Step Process

I signed my first book deal with Ten Speed Press (an imprint of Penguin Random House) months before the world changed and we were all hit with the harsh reality of a global pandemic and healthcare crisis. I’d dreamed of writing a book since I was a kid (both my parents were published writers), but […]

The Best Neutral Interior Paint Colors

I’ve received so many questions about what paint colors we used in our home to create a clean and neutral aesthetic. So, I decided to track them down and create a post with links to all of them. A little backstory: In 2013, when we bought our first home, I knew I wanted to go […]

5 Things Making Me Happy

I have been hearing from so many people that they are feeling an intense pressure to “take advantage” of this time at home and be wildly productive. If you’re feeling a wee bit overwhelmed by the voices in your head and the nine billion self-improvement classes, meal prep courses, and How-to-Pivot-Your-Business classes, cluttering up your […]

When Things Feel Beyond Our Control

It’s an intense time in the world – many of us have been forced to cancel plans, work from home, and be flexible with upcoming events and social outings. It feels disorienting. I’ve always been a fairly sensitive person, but I have found a few simple things that consistently help me reset when things feel […]

Numbing Vs. Nourishing

Every now and again, someone says something that stops me in my tracks. Something that shifts my perspective or helps me to look at something in a whole new way. I love when this happens. Here’s an example: I was having dinner with my friend, Jamie, and I was telling her about my struggle with […]

A Cookware Capsule with Made In

My brother makes fun of me for many things, but most of all he heckles me for the items in my kitchen – specifically my cookware. I can’t blame him. It is truly cringe worthy, and a point of shame that for some reason, I have never taken the initiative to replace. Let me rewind: […]

The Fifteen-Minute Win: How to Start Taking Action

Let me tell you a story. A few years ago, my mentor asked me to give a keynote at her annual business mastermind. She wanted me to talk about how to create an online program. Now, at the time, I had just launched my first ever virtual program, The Virtual Closet Makeover program, and I […]

Living Room Refresh with Spatial Soulutions

I’ve almost run out of rooms to transform, but not quite yet, Friends! You know I get restless and like to mix things up from time to time. This time I had my eye on a living room refresh. I didn’t want to break the bank investing in new furniture, so I partnered with Dany […]

Room Swap Reveal!

As you know, I recently surrendered my home office so that my daughters could have their own rooms, but that was only part one of our three room swap. Once we got 8-year old Emilie settled in her new room, we decided to swap rooms with our oldest daughter, Chloe. Her room was a little […]

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