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The Oh Joy! Book + Ombre Cake How-To


To do any job for the better part of 10 years is both a challenge and a privilege. No matter what field you’re working in, the conditions, rules and people around you will change — and when it comes to the field of blogging, the landscape is constantly changing.

In the Kitchen With: Nicole Hunn’s GF Apple Fruit Pies


I have the extreme pleasure this week of sharing another recipe with you by Nicole Hunn, one of my absolute favorite gluten-free bakers, and author of the Gluten-Free on a Shoestring blog.

Peek Inside World’s End Farm + Saipua Plant Sale


Over the course of my time on the Internet, I’ve seen a lot of really incredible businesses come and go.

This Ranch-Style Home Brims with Nostalgia


Cora was a perfectionist. 100 years old, she never let a cobweb linger or a spill last more than a few seconds.

DIY Clay Platters


As I’m getting older, I’m beginning to discover how much I enjoy entertaining, whether it’s bringing friends and family together to celebrate special occasions or just making an everyday meal into more of a memorable moment.

Hidden Potential in a Four-Story Michigan Home


I love hearing stories about people finding a passion they never knew they’d have, and it changing their paths completely. I can’t get enough of it, really.

Home Ec: Moving Day Tips + Ways to Save


Tomorrow, Julia and I are back in Brooklyn, packing up what’s left of our apartment and heading out on Friday to start our full-time life in the Catskills.

A Stone Farmhouse With Room to Roam


I always wonder, when it comes to older homes, what the original owners would think of the present-day families living inside.

Life & Business: Cotton & Flax


In a digital age, it’s so refreshing to find brands that still value the tangible and putting pencil to paper.

Life & Business: Jonna Twigg of Twigg’s Bindery


  When I was in art school, I wrote and illustrated a science fiction novel for my graduate thesis. It was a huge undertaking and I had plans to finish it off by hand-binding the pages into an elaborate hardcover book.

24 Hours in London, England With James Greig


James Greig is a graphic designer turned writer who (on most days) can be found spilling his guts out to strangers on the Internet and helping people who want to freelance with his free email guide.

A Collaborative, Creative Home in the Midwest


Interior design gets good when it’s pushed – when it’s challenged to solve problems and get personal.

A Hint of Bohemian Austin in Historic Virginia


Jennifer Eisner and her family moved into this townhouse in Richmond, VA just over a year ago from Austin, TX.

A Home Rooted in Hawaiian Heritage


Darren Namaye of Ideas on Purpose needed to create a space that would be warm and relaxing not only after a long day, but after a long flight.

How to Shop for Fabric on Etsy


Last week I shared some unedited and un-styled updates from the upstairs and downstairs of our new home upstate.

Abigail Borg Wallpaper + Best of the Web


I’ve been on a wallpaper kick all week. It seems like everyone is gearing up to launch new collections at the big design shows this spring, so social media has been full of great previews and sneak peeks.

In the Kitchen With: Valeria Necchio’s Spaghetti with Clams and Agretti


Not too long ago, London-based food photographer, Valeria Necchio, shared a quick and easy Venetian recipe with us for Polpette di Baccalà.

Updates Around Our House Part 2: Upstairs


Earlier this week I shared an update on all that we’ve been working on downstairs at our new (but very old) home.

Home Ec: Waste Not, Want Not


No matter where you live and what your budget is, cutting down on waste and saving a buck or two is always a good idea.

Before & After: An RV to Call Home


It’s always been a dream of mine to travel cross-country in an RV. Maybe it’s all those years watching National Lampoon’s Family Vacation as a kid, but the idea of being on the open road (while still having some of the comforts of home) seems so liberating and exciting.


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