Monthly Archives: June 2012

There comes a time when there is need for change. I don’t know how I let this monster take over my life. Is it shocking that I’m calling the business that I built and toiled at for 4 years a monster? That’s what I view it as these days. I never intended to spend so…

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One of my most cherished childhood items is Teddy, my stuffed panda bear that I’ve had since I was four. When I found out that we were having a baby, the one thing I knew was that I would be getting him/her a stuffed panda. So, Bamboo by Blabla was my very first purchase for…

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Three days of our recent babymoon getaway were spent relaxing at the Lake Quinault Lodge in Olympic National Park. I wasn’t too sure what to expect when I booked our room a few weeks ago, and I was pleasantly surprised with this: A serene setting right by Lake Quinault, perfect for a few days of…

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Seattle is such a fascinating city. My favorite parts were Pike Place Market and the Waterfront, this water obsessed girl would love nothing more than to have something similar in Atlanta. To be able to buy a quick lunch from the market, stroll down to the park and enjoy food by the waterfront while watching…

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Speaking at BlogHer Food ’12 in Seattle was an incredible experience. I arrived back home early yesterday morning to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport filled to the brim with inspiration, exhilarated from the trip & our experiences and humbled & moved by the people that I met at the conference. Here I am with my fellow Food…

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This is one thing that has been on my bucket list for the longest time: Dog Sledding in Alaska After getting off at the port in Skagway, we took a bus to Dyea, a small gold mining town just outside of Skagway. All of the dogs that we saw at the Musher’s Camp were race…

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What would an Alaskan trip be without whale watching? On our first day in Alaska, we took a whale watching tour out to Stephens Passage in Juneau, Alaska. Since our tour was meant to be a photo safari, our tour guide was a professional wildlife photographer who lives in Juneau. How cool of a job…

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