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  • Hip Mobility + Glutes (25 Min Class)
    by Nicole on January 20, 2021 at 10:00 am

    I’ve got another mobility class for you! If you missed the last one focused on shoulders, check it out HERE. Today we’ll focus on hip mobility, strengthening through the glutes as we do. If you love this type of work, you can get access to more mobility classes by becoming a Patreon member. Patreon members The post Hip Mobility + Glutes (25 Min Class) appeared first on Pumps & Iron.

  • Lower Body Strength Circuits Workout Class
    by Nicole on January 11, 2021 at 10:00 am

    This lower body strength circuits class requires a single heavy weight (dumbbell or kettlebell will work) and an optional resistance band loop. Class is 45 minutes long and, as always, includes a guided warm up and cool down. No jumping, and easy to modify (just go lighter with the weight). This is a great one The post Lower Body Strength Circuits Workout Class appeared first on Pumps & Iron.

  • Shoulder Mobility (22 Min Class)
    by Nicole on January 8, 2021 at 10:00 am

    Let’s show our shoulders some love with this 22-minute shoulder mobility workout class. It’s great for everyone, but especially if you’ve been spending increased time sitting at a desk or are otherwise feeling tight and stiff through your upper body. Maybe try it as a lunchtime work break! You could also use it as the The post Shoulder Mobility (22 Min Class) appeared first on Pumps & Iron.

  • Strength + Plyo Workout Pyramid (45 Min Class)
    by Nicole on January 4, 2021 at 10:00 am

    Happy New Year, friends! Hey it can’t be worse than 2020, right?? *crosses fingers and toes, silently prays, cries* Today I have a strength and plyo workout class for you. It mixes strength exercises using dumbbells and bodyweight plyo exercises. Each time through the circuit, the interval length gets shorter in a pyramid structure. And The post Strength + Plyo Workout Pyramid (45 Min Class) appeared first on Pumps & Iron.

  • Mini Pilates Flow Core Finisher
    by Nicole on December 28, 2020 at 10:00 am

    This mini Pilates flow core finisher is great if you’re short on time or are looking for a bit of core work to round out a longer workout. Focus is on obliques. This is a short version of the Mini Flows classes I’ve shared in the past: Resistance Band Mini Flows Class – Glutes & The post Mini Pilates Flow Core Finisher appeared first on Pumps & Iron.

  • A 14-Minute Meditation to Help You Let Go
    by Kelly Martin on January 24, 2021 at 12:59 pm

    To cultivate optimism, breathwork and meditation facilitator Jenna Reiss invites us to let go of what we can’t control and look for new, brighter perspectives. Can we bask in what feels good in the presence of something more difficult?

  • The Connection between Clutter and Parenting
    by samantha on January 24, 2021 at 12:58 pm

    Working through and clearing out household clutter can be challenging, especially for parents. Home organizing expert Laura Forbes Carlin believes that the roots of physical clutter are emotional, and she explains how to release judgment during the clutter-clearing process so that parents—and children—are happier at home.

  • Why Mindfulness Is the Key to Successful Negotiating
    by samantha on January 24, 2021 at 12:57 pm

    Negotiations can involve feelings of anxiety, discomfort, and uncertainty. But it’s something that you have to do every day, says expert mediator Erin Gleason Alvarez, and there’s a way to do it mindfully.

  • The Best Digital Programs for Mental Well-Being
    by samantha on January 21, 2021 at 12:39 pm

    There are a growing number of online platforms rethinking mental health, whether by teaching simple breathing techniques to clear emotional clutter or setting you up with a licensed counselor you can text with one-on-one. These are the virtual spaces aimed at destigmatizing the need for professional help, normalizing the process, and making resources accessible for everyone.

  • How to Achieve Metabolic Flexibility
    by Jessie Geoffray on January 21, 2021 at 12:38 pm

    Irritability and fatigue are (unpleasant) somatic experiences; anyone who has ever been hangry is familiar with its intensity. Mindfulness can help. But what if there were a complementary strategy that prevented the hangry monster from darkening your doorstep in the first place?

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  • 7 Women on Deciding Not to Have Kids
    by Kim Rhodes on January 25, 2021 at 5:44 pm

    Lately, I’ve been on the fence about whether or not I want to have children. Is it what I want, or something society tells me I want?… Read more The post 7 Women on Deciding Not to Have Kids appeared first on A Cup of Jo.

  • Have a Relaxing Weekend.
    by Joanna Goddard on January 22, 2021 at 6:57 pm

    What are you up to this weekend? The boys and I are walking to Red Hook, a neighborhood near us, to get key lime pie.… Read more The post Have a Relaxing Weekend. appeared first on A Cup of Jo.

  • Bookcase Styles
    by Grace Farris on January 22, 2021 at 4:25 pm

    Which is yours? By the wonderful Grace Farris. P.S. Reading styles and reading positions.… Read more The post Bookcase Styles appeared first on A Cup of Jo.

  • What Do You Like About Yourself?
    by Joanna Goddard on January 21, 2021 at 8:51 pm

    It’s a cold January day. Let’s take a moment to chat about something fun: What do you like about yourself? I’ll go first… I like that I try hard to see my children for who they are, not who I imagine them to be.… Read more The post What Do You Like About Yourself? appeared first on A Cup of Jo.

  • I’m an Ambitious 31-Year-Old Woman. I’m Not What ADHD Is ‘Supposed’ to Look Like.
    by Taylor Trudon on January 21, 2021 at 4:28 pm

    As a neurotic, overachieving teenager, I never got in trouble. Except… …for when it came to the state of my bedroom. While my peers were being grounded for missing curfews or bringing home poor report cards, I was being reprimanded for the fire hazard that served as my sleeping quarters.… Read more The post I’m an Ambitious 31-Year-Old Woman. I’m Not What ADHD Is ‘Supposed’ to Look Like. appeared first on A Cup of Jo.

  • Coffee Break: Lilly Pulitzer Lumbar Pillow
    by Kat on January 25, 2021 at 6:44 pm

    This little lumbar pillow is on sale today, and would make a great upgrade over the lumbar pillow I keep on my desk chair. The post Coffee Break: Lilly Pulitzer Lumbar Pillow appeared first on

  • How to Work from Your Bed
    by Kate Antoniades on January 25, 2021 at 6:12 pm

    Do you work from your bed? These tips can improve your setup and your productivity, too. The post How to Work from Your Bed appeared first on

  • Splurge Monday’s Workwear Report: Rersby Meadow Print Pleated Midi Skirt
    by Elizabeth on January 25, 2021 at 12:45 pm

    This gorgeous pleated skirt is a sight for sore eyes on a gray winter day. The post Splurge Monday’s Workwear Report: Rersby Meadow Print Pleated Midi Skirt appeared first on

  • Weekend Open Thread
    by Kat on January 22, 2021 at 7:25 pm

    I love these happy green leggings -- reader favorites last year, and some colors are on sale! The post Weekend Open Thread appeared first on

  • Weekly News Update
    by Corporette Staff on January 22, 2021 at 4:45 pm

    Dry January in 2021, lots of Inauguration Fashion links, and handling workplace confrontations. Plus, on CorporetteMoms we shared tips on hiding a baby bump at work. The post Weekly News Update appeared first on

  • At Home in Connecticut with Susanna Salk
    by Stacey Bewkes on January 24, 2021 at 9:53 pm

    Over the years, the hosts Susanna Salk and I feature in our video series have inspired us just as you have said they do you. And in this special episode, Susanna invites us into her own Connecticut country home to show how she has interpreted many of their unique styles to inspire you to perhaps do the same.… The post At Home in Connecticut with Susanna Salk appeared first on Quintessence.

  • At Home in the Hudson Valley with Martin Cooper and Karen Suen-Cooper
    by Stacey Bewkes on December 13, 2020 at 9:51 pm

    After years of urbane sophistication, living in New York, London and traveling the world, fashion designers Martin Cooper and Karen Suen-Cooper felt the calling for more – more time, more space, more nature and more joy. They found it in an 18th century Federal style farmhouse in the Hudson Valley that they have been renovating for the last fifteen years.… The post At Home in the Hudson Valley with Martin Cooper and Karen Suen-Cooper appeared first on Quintessence.

  • At Home in London with Alidad
    by Stacey Bewkes on November 15, 2020 at 7:31 pm

    Renowned for his layered and opulent interiors, celebrated designer Alidad relies on his love of pattern, color and deep knowledge of history and art to create spaces with intricate bespoke detail and timeless appeal. And yet this was not always his career path.… The post At Home in London with Alidad appeared first on Quintessence.

  • At Home with Jack Lenor Larsen at LongHouse Reserve
    by Stacey Bewkes on November 1, 2020 at 4:52 pm

    In the world of textiles, Jack Lenor Larsen is an icon. As one of the most influential fabric designers of our lifetime, Larsen is an accomplished weaver but also much more. At LongHouse, his home in East Hampton, he has created an extraordinary 16 acre reserve and sculpture garden, open seasonally to members and the public. … The post At Home with Jack Lenor Larsen at LongHouse Reserve appeared first on Quintessence.

  • Markham Roberts Notes on Decorating
    by Stacey Bewkes on October 11, 2020 at 9:03 pm

    As designer Markham Roberts explains in his inspiring new book, Notes on Decorating, “There are thousands of moving parts that need to come together cohesively for a successful outcome.” In his first book he addressed the basics of design (although I would hardly classify anything in his interiors as basic) and now he features all those aspects that help to make his work so memorable – from sussing out the client’s deepest desires to the practicality of challenges and solutions, the crucial addition of layers and the final touch of something unexpected.… The post Markham Roberts Notes on Decorating appeared first on Quintessence.

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  • Cryptic crossword No 28,352
    by Vlad on January 26, 2021 at 12:00 am

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  • Dior plays the tarot card as haute couture comes...
    by Jess Cartner-Morley on January 25, 2021 at 6:57 pm

    Maria Grazia Chiuri presents film shot in Tuscan castle while fashion’s superleague defies pandemic In the age of sweatpants, haute couture – fashion’s superleague, in which dresses are made to order and cost about £100,000 – is enjoying an unlikely boomtime.The haute couture lineup has been invigorated by diverse new names including contemporary American artist Sterling Ruby, who counts the thrash metal band Slayer among his fashion influences and whose new […]

  • 'Come for the quips but stay for the coats': the...
    by Morwenna Ferrier on January 25, 2021 at 6:00 pm

    Pretend It’s a City, the Netflix series about the writer and socialite, is a love letter to her sartorial triumphsPretend It’s a City is not a fun watch. It should be. A Netflix docuseries about the writer and Manhattan socialite Fran Lebowitz complaining about New York? The definition of fun. Yet, watching Lebowitz wander around pre-pandemic Manhattan in a giant overcoat and taupe scarf, scowling at the city in all its mask-free, lattice-shaped grandeur, it is hard to stop thinking […]

  • MyDeal Slashes Onboarding Costs for New Sellers
    on April 9, 2020 at 5:38 am

    All businesses around the world are being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian retailers, whom were already suffering from the winds of change before the crisis, now face the toughest economic conditions in almost a century – particularly for our friends in brick-and-mortar.There has never been a more apt time for retailers to diversify their sales channels and use marketplaces to keep sales coming through. MyDeal recognises its importance as a vital sales channel to its sellers during these unprecedented times.Effective immediately, MyDeal is slashing the cost of its onboarding package. New sellers integrating onto the marketplace will now only pay $500 (exc. GST) to onboard with MyDeal. This 50% discount is eligible to all new sellers until 30 June 2020.The onboarding package will give sellers a fully managed integration and onboarding service accompanied with 2 email newsletter spots upon launch to get sales through the door right from launch.Please go to to enquire about becoming a seller on MyDeal and making use of this discount.We are all in this together; and together we will get through this stronger, better and more united.

  • How the right tools and resources can make a world of difference
    on October 8, 2019 at 12:11 am

    Imagine you’re a freelancer who spends their days on the keys, sipping on a skinny cappuccino and enjoying a plethora of various projects. Imagine you’re a multi-faceted company who delivers on campaigns for clients of all walks of life. No matter what kind of professional you are, you’ll have some way or format of coping with the influx of work. Your project processes and ability to navigate deadlines will have a set flow and nature, and as someone who works in your own specific field, you’ll know exactly what kind of expectations are placed around all of this.But when times get tough and deadlines are maxing out, how exactly do you take control of all the projects you have going on? Where can you find clarity when things are becoming overwhelming, and turning into a potential mess? From tools through to high-performing resources, professionals need to adopt efficient systems to cope with the ebb and flows.In this post, we walk through why the perfect solution can make all the difference to your business success. Scalability and customisationAny kind of agency management software can offer the kind of flexibility you need to successfully grow your business. Even if you’re a lone wolf, this kind of solution allows you to change roles rapidly, match shifting clients’ needs and customise the interface. If you’re a team with several people in it, this allows you to adopt the most efficient possible process to responsibilities, workflow and clarity. And if the scope of the project changes, your project management software can too.The ability to manage approvalsIn the digital age, streamlining the feedback and approval process – especially on creative assets – can get messy. From endless email threads to navigating the many stakeholders involved, this is where the ultimate agency management software solution really comes in handy. See historical data on who approved what, where feedback was positioned and what’s been delivered to date. Know exactly where delays are occurring or where work needs to be carried out.Productivity is keyWhen your teams know what exactly is expected of them, or can see how a project is on track, productivity can skyrocket. Instead of going in blind into any kind of project – whether you’re a blogger, salesperson or graphic designer – have a firm understanding of where you need to focus your efforts and why. The right system offers you the ability to see clearcut timelines in a clean, non-distracting interface; in the end, this can make or break the success of your workforce.ConclusionIf you’re not sure where to start, consider by asking yourself how your team could be better placed. Is there a lack of unity in goals? Is there a lack of clarity around responsibilities and roles? Do you sometimes feel lost when it comes to navigating feedback? All of these aspects play a crucial role in the success of your business. Luckily, however, it can all be easily mitigated with software that tracks each of these elements. It just takes a bit of research towards finding the right solution for you.

  • 3 Considerations Before Buying in Brisbane
    on July 30, 2019 at 12:42 am

    Brisbane rules. Our winters are less severe than southern capitals, dress shorts are acceptable business attire, you can find a carpark within two minutes of your destination and if you jump into your car and get driving you’ll find yourself at some of the world’s best beaches in no time.Brisbane property is also top quality. We have a median house price that would barely secure a rancid carport in Melbourne or Sydney. Furthermore, our allotments are so large that scoring a “six and out” in backyard cricket requires a knock Bradman himself would be proud of.All this said, successfully investing in Brisbane property can be treacherous without a little insider knowledge.Here are three tips for ensuring success. 1. Life is Different HereProperty Pursuit Buyers Agent director Meighan Hetherington says investors must avoid imposing out-of-town rules on our chilled Brisbane lifestyle. She believes homes benefit from our relaxed outdoor living.“The important things are the layout of the property and how it flows out to entertaining areas.”“We’re also not that fussed about having lockup car accommodation — a carport is quite acceptable. I find a lot of push back from interstate investors not understanding that that’s completely acceptable and won’t negatively impact potential for capital growth or the rentability of a property in Brisbane.”Air conditioning is now vital for renters and owners too, Ms Hetherington said.“Tenants used to be quite satisfied with ceiling fans, but it’s become a must to have it (air conditioning) installed in about the last 18 months.” 2. Know Your WantsCharacter homes differ between Brisbane and other states, according to Ms Hetherington.“Brick and tile low set on concrete slabs are not as well regarded by owner-occupiers who are hopefully the future buyer of your property and where your capital growth will come from.”Character Queenslanders up on stumps are the most sought-after, despite potentially greater maintenance costs.“Properties with the tin roofs and the timber walls and the cracks in the walls and the air coming through the window (joinery) — those sorts of properties. While they look like a nightmare to an interstate investor, they’re probably the ones that are most sought after by future buyers,” said Ms Hetherington. 3. Hill Living is Good LivingAlthough homeowners in other parts of the country like a cruisy stroll on low-lying property, us Brisbanites love a good ascent (and, of course, corresponding descent). Ms Hetherington said hills are a great aspect of Brisbane’s charm with natural light and improved airflow being great benefits.“So sometimes those areas that are down flat and quite walkable are the areas that might suffer from flooding or rising water.” Looking to Invest in Brisbane?If you are looking to purchase property in a beautiful, relaxed city, a pre-handover inspection Brisbane is vital. Building inspectors Brisbane can ensure that your potential property is of the highest standard and that you’re not paying too much for a property with defects.Building inspections Brisbane is the best way to ensure you are paying the right amount for your property. A thorough building inspection Brisbane will find if there are any problems that the current owner is trying to hide – ensuring you don’t get caught out in the overall sale price. 

  • How to Get People Through Your Checkout Faster
    on April 11, 2019 at 6:47 am

    What makes a happy, memorable customer experience? Ask a handful of different demographics and you’re likely to get a dizzying array of diverse answers.However, it is generally accepted that good customer service ticks the following boxes:Great Communication SkillsA friendly smile and some amusing banter can make a customer’s day and put a spring in their step. Human beings are tribal and quite loyal by nature. If a customer enjoys the great communication they receive at an establishment, they’ll keep coming back for more.However, “great communication skills” can sometimes mean knowing when not to talk. If a customer is on the way to work or in the middle of a difficult day, hearing what the barista had for breakfast may not be exactly what they’re looking for. Having great communication skills means tuning into the needs of the customer.Product KnowledgeThis is a big one. Whether it is a supermarket, a café cart or a silver service restaurant, there’s nothing more frustrating for customers than asking seemingly simple questions that can’t be answered.Schedule regular meetings with your staff to bring them up to speed with any product changes. There’s nothing more impressive than a waiter who knows the menu back to front, plus can recommend complementing dishes or drinks from a place of knowledge.Patience and Problem SolvingPatience is a really important component of good customer service. There are going to be times when things unexpectedly break down or go wrong. Train your staff (and yourself) in alternative solutions, dealing with complaints and being calm as the proverbial cucumber under pressure.EfficiencyThis last point is arguably the most important. The world we live in feels busier and busier…so no-one likes to be kept waiting. One of the key things you can offer is well-planned efficiency.Your staffing is key – make sure all your employees know which areas they are covering, and what their core responsibilities are.Beyond all that, consider this: ever have a lovely meal and then had to wait half an hour to pay the bill? No matter how delightful the food, this kind of experience can leave a sour taste. Make sure your payment systems are as slick as the service. Your Point of Sale (POS) systems are key to this process, i.e. the apparatus and software you have in place.Luckily, there are hospitality POS systems that are tailored to the needs of this industry. Utilise special features such as the ability to split the bill or track inventory to improve your overall efficiency and impress customers into coming back.If your customer service and efficiency are ticking the above boxes, you’ll be on the right track to success. 

  • Best Day Trips For Darwin
    on March 14, 2019 at 6:14 am

    Darwin has plenty of drawcards itself but for a truly memorable Northern Territory wilderness experience, you really should do some of the incredible day-trips which are within easy reach of this laid-back tropical coastal city.Even if you’ve only got a limited amount of time, day trips from Darwin allow you to experience all the rugged beauty, fascinating wildlife, history, culture and extraordinary natural phenomena of the NT’s top-end. Here are our faves that will have you gasping in disbelief and definitely wanting MORE!Litchfield National ParkThis beautiful wilderness area is located an easy hour’s drive from Darwin and is known for its spectacular waterfalls and crystal clear natural swimming pools, monsoonal rainforests, weird and wonderful rock formations, magnetic termite mounds, sculpted cliffs, towering sandstone pillars of the Lost City and historic sites. There are also plenty of bush trails and boardwalks showcasing the natural beauty and abundant fauna and flora of this 1500km2 park.Kakadu National ParkAlthough Kakadu covers an area that is larger than the entire country of Slovenia, you can still get a taste of all that this amazing 20 000km2 park has to offer during a day trip from Darwin. If you’re travelling by road, you can reach this UNESCO World Heritage Site in around two hours from Darwin and it’s possible to visit some of its famed attractions in one action-packed day! Marvel at ancient Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie and Ubirr, cruise down Yellow Waters and look for crocs, walk through canyons and forests, driver over rugged escarpments, be amazed by flocks of migratory birds on the wetlands or take a helicopter trip for an incredible bird’s eye view.Mary River RegionIf you travel about 100kms east from Darwin, you’ll find the Mary River wetlands which aren’t just home to the world’s largest concentration of saltwater crocs, they’re also a great spot for bushwalking (with trails to suit all fitness levels) and wildlife spotting in the vast waterlily-rimmed billabongs. One of the most popular activities here is a Jumping Crocodile Cruise in the Corroboree Billabong where giant reptiles leap from the water to grab the dangling buffalo meat - just remember to keep your hands to yourself!And if birds are your thing, don’t miss the Fogg Dam wetland area which you’ll find en route from Darwin to Mary River. It’s home to over 30 different species of our feathered friends including egrets, jabirus, kingfishers, brolga, kites, whistling ducks, magpie geese, sea eagles and black cockatoos. You can also visit the Windows on the Wetlands on the way, a panoramic look-out point perched on the crest of Beatrice Hill, one of the highest points on the Adelaide River floodplain as well as enjoy the interactive exhibits at the visitor centre.Sweets LagoonFor the ultimate in Top End action and excitement, a half-day trip from Darwin to Sweets Lagoon and the surrounding floodplains with Outback Floatplane Adventures is a must. They offer a scintillating combination of a scenic floatplane experience, a relaxing billabong cruise and a heart-pumping airboat ride - all in the one outing. And in addition to the scenic aerial views and the dramatic glory of Sweets Lagoon, you’ll get up close and personal with some of the biggest crocs in the NT too (completely safely of course!). And if you’re really lucky, your chopper will be piloted by TV star, animal expert and owner of Outback Floatplane Adventures, Matt Wright.Tiwi IslandsIf you’re after an authentic Aboriginal cultural experience, you should visit the Tiwi Islands, situated a mere 80kms north of Darwin. The ‘Island of Smiles’ is an easy day trip from Darwin and offers the perfect blend of nature and culture. Learn about traditional art and burial rituals, experience totem dances and a smoking ceremony and enjoy a spot of fishing or a relaxing stroll in the stunning surroundings.With its wild and wonderful attractions within easy reach, Darwin is the perfect launching pad for experiencing all the action, adventure, excitement, amazement and of course, awe-inspiring beauty of Australia’s remote northern territory. But with so much to choose from for your Top-End itinerary and so many awesome discovery trips from Darwin on offer, it can be a challenge knowing where to start!Choosing a reputable tour operator is key. The Northern Territory is spectacular and has so much to offer, but there are some important things to consider including the timing of your visit, safety and sensitivity to local culture and customs. An experienced operator with extensive local knowledge is your best bet, plus they’ll know where to find the hidden treasures and secret spots.For more information or to book your day trip from Darwin with the most experienced local tour operator, Outback Floatplane Adventures. They offer a range of action-packed half-day and full-day tours from Darwin as well as an exclusive overnight adventure which showcases the very best of the Northern Territory.

  • 7 Steps to Hone Your Personal Style in Any Space, at Any Budget
    by Kate Arends on January 25, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    "Home is where life unfolds, and style is how we delight in expressing what makes us unique." Today I'm sharing 7 steps to help you get to the root of your personal style, whether you're a seasoned design expert or someone who doesn't know where to start. Continue reading 7 Steps to Hone Your Personal Style in Any Space, at Any Budget at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.

  • Please Scream Inside Your Heart: The Adult Tantrum
    by Brittany Chaffee on January 24, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    "Its emotional current takes form just like it did when we were children. But now, we pack our emotional flare-ups in tiny boxes. We seize them like a hot fire, pouring water on the coals." Brittany Chaffee is exploring what it means to have an adult tantrum—what it feels like and how we can get to the other side when it occurs. Continue reading Please Scream Inside Your Heart: The Adult Tantrum at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.

  • Two Easy (and Healthy-ish) Lunch Ideas to Try This Week
    by Kate Arends on January 22, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    This post is brought to you by Honeysuckle White Turkey.Photos by Chelsey Werth Remember when you only had to think about two meals a day? I’ve always been ritualistic when it comes to breakfast, making myself an open-faced egg sandwich while my coffee brewed. Whether I was hungry or not, breakfast was non-negotiable. Lunch was always sort of my “meh” meal that would be thought about on the fly. Sometimes I would skip it altogether, but during my time working at home, that’s all changed. Continue reading Two Easy (and Healthy-ish) Lunch Ideas to Try This Week at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.

  • 10 of My Most Frequently Used Kitchen Products
    by Kate Arends on January 21, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    From a cooking scale to nesting bowls to a favorite pepper mill, today I'm sharing ten kitchen items I love and use almost every day. Continue reading 10 of My Most Frequently Used Kitchen Products at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.

  • Creative Ways to Start Your Morning on a Good Note
    by Megan McCarty on January 20, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    Megan McCarty is sharing 8 favorite ways to start your mornings on a good note, whether or not you're a *morning person* by nature. Continue reading Creative Ways to Start Your Morning on a Good Note at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.

  • Cilantro Aioli
    by Julie Blanner on January 25, 2021 at 8:00 pm

    Cilantro Aioli is the ultimate addition to your tacos, french fries, sandwiches and so much more! Easy to make and bursting with zesty flavor, you'll soon be craving it with everything.

  • 20 of the BEST Tips for Home Organization
    by Julie Blanner on January 23, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    Get simple, actionable organizing ideas that will leave your home feeling calm and stress free. This list of DIY organization ideas is easy to implement and quite inexpensive - your home organization will be next level in NO TIME!

  • Stock Flowers
    by Julie Blanner on January 22, 2021 at 8:00 pm

    Find everything you need to know about fragrant, fluffy stock flowers! This charming, ruffly old-fashioned garden flower is one of the most underrated blooms around - learn how to make a white stock flower arrangement.

  • Bacon Aioli
    by Julie Blanner on January 21, 2021 at 8:00 pm

    Slather it on your favorite burgers and sandwiches or dip your fries and veggies. Any which way you use it, this bacon aioli recipe is such a delightful surprise!

  • Seaside Florida
    by Julie Blanner on January 20, 2021 at 8:31 pm

    Seaside Florida is a charming resort style community nestled on 30A in the panhandle between Destin and Panama City known as the Emerald Coast. The soft white sand, pristine landscaping and casual style will bring you back time and time again. It’s the ultimate vacation destination to ditch your car, kick back and relax. Streets ...