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My friend Erin Goodman has been running an awesome podcast series called Behind the Blog. I’ve loved listening to her chat with some fabulous blogging women and was honored when she asked me to appear as a guest on the podcast. I’ve always wanted to collaborate with Erin and I accepted without hesitation. Erin was [...]

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In celebration of International Day of the Midwife I have news I want to officially share with you. As you know, I am very passionate about maternal health and inspired about the ways web technology and new media are creating opportunities for individuals and organizations to expand on their work. These two world have organically [...]

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Working from home and homeschooling; it’s quite unconventional in this day and age, but just a few generations ago it was the norm. Since most of us live without the support of extended family it can be a lot harder to make it all work. Can you do both? We think so, but it takes [...]

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Perhaps you think it’s been quiet around here because I’ve been blinded by the cuteness that is six month old Nila Bindu. And while we do spend countless moments adoring her and the infinite supply of joy she brings our family, we’ve actually been very busy doing something else. Something serious. Seriously amazing. We’ve been [...]

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The party is in full swing. We’re home from holiday visiting, I’ve unpacked everyone and we’re non-stop prepping for the new year. There’s so much to be thankful for and many preparations are in order. 2010, I kiss you good-bye. You were a roller coaster of extremes. We launched part 1 of the family business, [...]

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dpp ’10 :: Mariah’s Apartment

by flowers on December 21, 2010 · 7 comments

When we bought our (first) home four years ago we very intentionally chose a house with an income apartment. Our big picture intention was to create a life that would encourage financial stability and some flexibility. We knew that an income apartment would help pay the mortgage as we settled into a new life and [...]

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dpp ’10 :: The Stonecutter

by flowers on December 16, 2010 · 3 comments

This book was gift from Stone’s last client of the year. It came with a note: “for Joel, an artist at work. with thanks and best wishes.” He worked hard this year using his hands and his body. He takes a craft that can be business as usual and makes art. He respects his clients. [...]

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DPP ’10 :: Oh Christmas Tree

by flowers on December 7, 2010 · 4 comments

This is a really busy month for us. We are both working on the business as much as possible because we usually don’t have much work in the winter and are trying to squeeze as much in before it’s too cold to work. (Some of our work revolves around trying to change this.) In the [...]

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We are infinitely moving and a shaking to arrange our lives to fit our bigger life visions. Sometimes, in order to move forward with specific goals or just our general life path we need to let go of something to make time for new opportunities. As you know I have a full plate right now: [...]

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Daily Rituals

by flowers on July 13, 2010 · 14 comments

We are a pretty go with the flow kind of family, but it has become apparent that in order for me to survive these times with my sanity we are going to need some conscious daily flow to keep everyone centered. The challenges: Koala is two and a half. He’s having a hard time with [...]

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