I am a self-confessed workaholic. I often do not know what to do with myself when I have that sporadic day off. I have four days off from work this week. Sawyer and I took the time off and have ventured down to Philadelphia PA… Read More
Being a minimalist doesn’t mean that you detest having things. On my minimalist journey – in fact – I’ve found that the things I do have are the things I love. These beloved commodities are the ones I want to share with you.
This mid-morning glass of local Strafford Organic Creamery chocolate milk (not to mention the bucolic glass bottle).
This lovely notepad & terrarium space.
This elegantly-framed watercolor painting by Sawyer’s grandfather and renowned architect, Louis “Grumps” de Moll.
This understated package for my mom this Mother’s Day.
These simple illustrations by local Vermont artist Jess Polanshek, hung in our kitchen.
I’m almost living the dream. Well, my dream. My simple dream. In the land of super-sized homes (and almost everything else), I dream of just enough space to make the everyday magic happen. Sunrise Spot has definitely delivered on that dream. What I lost in… Read More
I spent much of my time as an undergraduate studying beauty. While not as practical as my mothers’ degree in Pharmacy, nor my sisters’ degree in Biology, I chose to study English and the Arts. Departing from the consistency of my left-brained family, I choose… Read More
Vermont. The very word conjures up picturesque scenes of rural farmland dotted with cows and lush green woodlands. While Vermont is beautiful and does have many acres of farmland, almost as many cows as there are people, and is America’s largest producer of maple syrup,… Read More
I begin each day by reading the Word of the Day that Oxford English Dictionary has dutifully dropped into my email inbox. I read the Word of the Day on the screen of my iPhone alongside a cup of green tea mixed with a spoonful… Read More