On the Grill: Chicken Mediterranean Bowls

You know the nights where you just want to EAT? Where feeling hangry is the norm and the last thing you want is to spend endless hours in the kitchen? Last night was one of those nights for us. It was hot outside, the afternoon had been spent by the pool and all we wanted was something light and lean. Meet the grilled mediterranean bowls of your dreams. Colorful, light, and healthy, this dish is both stunning, a crowd pleaser, and will leave you filling full. We finished the meal off with a jerusalem salad, side of hummus, and sparkling water. It was everything that weekend nights are made of.

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Designer Resolutions: I Will Charge for Every Hour I Work

Today we’re continuing the Designer Resolutions series. It’s a passion project we’ve loved dipping into over the past months and one that always sparks a conversation. For service based creatives, we often fall short when it comes to administration and the business side of things. Whether it’s the idea of remote work and the freedom…

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Toast with Cherry, Yogurt, and Honeycomb

This week we’re in Washington. After a few stops to get fresh produce in the neighborhood, I knew I wanted to share this delicious take on a breakfast toast. At this point, toast has grown in popularity and can be found at any cafe. Paired with a Gibraltar or Capp, it’s filling, looks stunning, and takes minimal prep. Previously, we’ve hopped on the toasts bandwagon with berries, cheeses, and sweet and savory options. With this toast, we’re focusing on flavor pairings highlighting simple yet stunning ingredients. From the freshly picked Washington cherries to the locally sourced sourdough, honey, and honeycomb, it’s the perfect summer topping from your toast.

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What to Wear: Summer in Seattle

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July Digital Downloads

Happy July 1st everyone!

With the start of this month, marks the start of a travel season for us. It’s a balance between hustle and adventure. Working toward taking time hoff has never been such a true sentiment. This week we’re headed to Seattle and later in the month, we’re off to Arizona. Luckily, all the laundry is done, house is clean, and our home is under loving and watchful eye while we’re gone. It’s amazing how quickly June has flown by and I know July will fill the same way.

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Avoiding Burnout as a Creative

I sat there and simply uttered the words I never thought would come out of my mouth. I previously thought it was terminology that was reserved for the lazy, entitled, and those who didn’t want to execute. Yet, as I reached the 5th year mark in my own business, the writing was on the wall….

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Sea and Sand: This Summer’s Swim Essentials

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Height of Summer Playlist

And just like that summer solstice has arrived. With it comes long nights, evening walks, BBQs, and relaxing by the pool. There’s nothing like the height of summer and we’re beyond excited for the traveling season the next month holds. This playlist is perfect for a summer weekend wherever it takes you.

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Juneteenth: What Is It and Why It Matters

Last year I sat in a room charged with energy. It was a black history celebration and it was stunning. The performances, the heart displayed, and the crafting of narrative were thought provoking and convicting at the same time. At the end of the evening, there was a talkback session with a panel of performers….

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