You know that phrase “keep your head above water”? Lately, that’s been our struggle, like we’re trying to stay afloat and sometimes it feels like we’re drowning in a list of to-dos! Thankfully, we’ve gotten some air because the studio move is all wrapped up (HUGE RELIEF!) so we’ll be taking a much-needed breather!
Babies shouldn’t stop you from traveling, but holy smokes they sure can make it twice as difficult! The good news is that you can take heart in knowing that everyone traveling with a baby is secretly 0.5 seconds from internally freaking out. If you’re a parent that’s not, then you’re welcome for the free entertainment that is watching me scramble through the airplane aisle. Haha!
While it took us a little bit to get to writing this post,
Babe, boo-thang, hubby, or beau – it’s time to get mushy and celebrate love! Since Christmas was, like, yesterday (really, how does this happen?!) you could easily find a nice gift for her or a cool gift for him that you can repurpose for Valentine’s Day (we won’t tell!).
Or maybe you’re looking for something more…’us’, here are 9 Valentine’s Day gift ideas for couples in case you’re more about the “we” in this relationship rather than the usual cheesy gifts…
Cue the waterworks. Tears will be flowing when we hand over the studio keys. To say that we’ve burned the midnight oil many many times at the studio is no exaggeration. Why do you think Gwen has an actual crib there and not just a Pack’n’Play? Getting the keys was monumental. It symbolized the scary jump to committing to Sugar & Cloth full-time. We no longer worked out of a “craft room” in our apartment. We finally had our own legit space!
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Ohhhh boy this is a loaded post! You all love when we’re transparent about what’s happening behind the scenes, so I’m sharing the nitty gritty details of how we went about buying a house to renovate. There were some things we did right and some things that realllly went haywire.
There’s no foolproof plan when you’re buying a house, but there are plenty of tips and tricks to have in your back pocket so that you’re going into it as educated as possible.
Galentine’s Day – the brainchild of Park’s and Recreation’s Leslie Knope to celebrate female friendships, usually with a brunch hosted the day before Valentine’s day. As explained by Leslie,
“Every February 13, my lady friends and I leave our husbands and our boyfriends at home, and we just come and kick it, breakfast-style. Ladies celebrating ladies. It’s like Lilith Fair, minus the angst. Plus frittatas.”
We previously mentioned that 2018 showed us who are true friends were.
This week had quite the hodgepodge of things on my to-do list! I recorded a podcast with Julie Lauren for her Hashtag No Filter series, we finished up a few brand deadlines and did A LOT of packing at the studio.