Currently – v.03 {2014}

Currently, this is where I’m at: Loving Rent the Runway Pro. Since I attend various events throughout the year where I might need to rent a dress, I opted in for the Rent the Runway Pro account. It is $29.95 for the year, and it includes free shipping, free insurance, and a $50 credit to […]

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Currently – v.02 {2014}

About two weeks have gone by since the last “Currently” post, AND I’ve even updated the blog twice in between. WHAT!? I’m going for a record, folks! Loving Julie’s Organic Ice Cream sandwiches! The box caught my eye at Costco last week, and thank goodness they’re sitting in the freezer. Another heat wave has hit […]

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Currently – v.01 {2014}

Here I go again. Rather than not blog for awhile and wait to post my once a month daily photo post (wh, I’m grabbing this “Currently” template from Gina for a snapshot of what I’m up to. Loving some sunny days in San Francisco! Gorgeous days means gorgeous evenings as well. Ryan and I made […]

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2013 in Review (aka my Eff Yeah List)

As part of Nicole’s 4-Step Life Purge, I documented what I’d been up to for the past 12 months. The focus wasn’t on what could have been done better, but it was an Eff Yeah List, one full of accomplishments and experiences that I could be proud of for the year. Thought it’d be fun […]

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Reflecting on 2012 (Part Two)

Continuing from the first half of reflecting on 2012… In July, we headed up to Portland for the World Domination Summit. Like my experience in New York about four months prior, life altering. I’m glad Ryan was also in attendance because it was great having someone around to bounce ideas off of once the weekend […]

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Reflecting on 2012 (Part One)

Happy New Year, friends! With a week off between Christmas and New Year’s, I took the opportunity to tune out the internet noise and let my attentions focus on what was right in front of me. Now that it is 2013, I am ready for reflecting on 2012 aka the busiest year ever. January began […]

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