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You’re either doing it, or you’re not doing it. Last year, I resolved to participate in The 52 Project, but did not follow through, and I think to myself, “How hard can it be to take one photo once a week of my child?” This year, I will devote my blog to this project, and use it as a platform to remind myself of the resolutions I’d like to live by in 2014.

Mindfulness, simplicity, creativity, optimism, gratitude.

Last year felt like a year of false starts, a blog that went into hibernation, a job opportunity that did not steal my heart, two babies that did not want to be born. But there were plentiful blessings, too: a new home, publications that were accepted, date nights with my husband, and the chance to stay at home with my daughter.

In 2014, I’m going to follow my heart unapologetically and challenge myself with my passions: writing, school, photography, blogging, family. You’re either doing it or you’re not. And when you do it, you might surprise yourself with what happens.





Some pins from my Pinterest for the weekend!





Off to two weeks of travel and holidays. Can you guess where I am going first? I’ll be posting on my blog while on vacation, so check back soon. Meanwhile, check out my other pins here. Have a great weekend! xo


I’ve noticed this project going around on some of my favorite blogs such as Che and Fidel, Seventy Tree, and Bleubird. I started my own blog at the beginning of the year as a New Year’s Resolution, to live more creatively and deliberately, and to be in the present moment. I know I’m a little late for the Portrait a Week Project, but since I take so many photos of Miss Em anyway, I’d like to create a little portfolio. I will post these on Mondays, and as for the rest of my blog, I’m hoping to mix up my posts with pics from daily life that focus on family and design. Thanks for dropping by!

Just a few things I picked up for Miss Em and myself. Loving the bright spring colors.




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