Category: Word of the Year

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The Dish: Learning to Simplify

thecasseroledishfeature2The Dish: Learning to Simplify

This post all about The Dish: Learning to Simplify would not have been written if not for the wonderful and inspiring, Emily Ley, who emphasizes simplifying in her business and personal life.  She has been doing a new year challenge, and it inspired me to think about my life, my home, and what I’d like to simplify in 2016.  So I sectioned it out into four/five sections: books, kitchen, periodicals, closet and basement.

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Word of the Year: Adventure

Word of the Year: Adventure

So, last year I told you all that my word of the year was beginnings.  I can not even tell you how perfect it wound up being!  This year, I had some trouble deciding, but I think I chose correctly. For 2016, it is going to be all about adventure.  Let’s get to why!

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Word Of The Year: Beginnings

Word Of The Year: Beginnings

I have seen a lot of lifestyle bloggers come up with a “word of the month/year” for a while now.  I was finding myself strangely interested in these posts, and obsessively reading them.  However, I could not for the life of me find a word for MY year.  But then, in came April, and in came my word.  I found myself looking at an old iPhone wallpaper I had made for my old blog, and the quote in the wallpaper, is simple, elegant, and beautiful.  It is from Jessi Kirby’s, Golden, and I couldn’t stop staring at it.  And then it came to me…
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