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Designing ONEderland

I knew I wanted to make a big deal about L’s first birthday because your first (babe) only has their first birthday once right?! I am also so thrilled to have survived the first year of parenthood and it really exceeded my expectations. Anyway, when your own birthday is in the dreary month of January […]

July 23, 2018

Design, family, Illustration, Lettering, mompreneur, Pattern Love

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5 Lessons Learned as a Mompreneur

My daughter is turning ONE. It has gone by so fast but also feels like life without her just never existed. I’m getting nostalgic as I reflect on L’s first year of life, my baby is so big! I’ve learned so much in the last 12 months having the little squirt home with me full-time and […]

May 10, 2018

Design, family, Lettering, Uncategorized, watercolor

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Working list of 2018 goals

These are my work and life goals. I plan to revisit them each quarter and add to them, amend them or just make sure I’m accomplishing something! Any must haves send my way! Read more novels (I guess a business book or two too) Visit the beach more– it’s only 15 minutes away! Share more […]

January 30, 2018

Design, Uncategorized

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Word of the Year

If you follow me, by now you know my word for the year is “reset.” I’m very excited for what 2018 will bring to my business and family. I hope to make decisions in my business remembering the word I chose to guide me throughout the year. I don’t need more or bigger or new […]

January 29, 2018

Design, Uncategorized

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My Year in Review (2017)

January  Rang in the New Year tired, pregnant and sober. Took Society of Creative Founders Squirrel Challenge: goal setting and year planning (I’d never done serious goal setting and reviews before! Doing every year now thanks to this!) Babymoon/last flight trip to New York City Word of year momentum February JL new member project in […]

December 18, 2017

Design, family, Travels

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Designing Life: a graphic designer’s birth story

Graphic designers are known to be control freaks. We are detail oriented planners who set up rules and regulations for brands to follow.  We love our to do lists, setting and following guidelines, choosing what’s above the fold etc. I am well aware of this personality trait of mine, so when I was embarking on […]

August 7, 2017

Design, DIY, family, Uncategorized

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Letter A Day Project

I started my letter a day project April 2016, just two days before we bought a house! My husband and I were currently homeless, living in separate cities out of boxes and suitcases and road tripping constantly but I decided there was no time like the present to start a side project. Maybe not my most […]

September 8, 2016

Design, Lettering, Uncategorized

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Home Design: Updating with Wallpaper

The 2016 summer months have been filled with home renovations following our relocation to Pensacola, FL. We bought a house built in 1938 that has been updated periodically which is filled with plenty of charm and potential. There were endless days of painting, scrubbing and power-tooling (drilling, sanding and the like) that made our arms/neck/back ache for a week; however, when a […]

September 1, 2016

Design, DIY, home design, Illustration, Pattern Love, Uncategorized

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TC Logo Design Sketches

Previously, on my MALWEST Facebook page, I shared a logo I recently finished designing for my client, Tailored Campaigns (I couldn’t wait to share the final product!) Here it is if you missed it: I have actually been working with Tailored Campaigns for a while now but just this year did I have the honor […]

April 5, 2016

Branding, Design, Portfolio

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The Buzz on Mead

Lately my husband has been turning our living space into brew stations. I encouraged the hobby with some beer brewing kits, not knowing what the takeover would look like. Not only have we been collecting and saving bottles for the brewing process but now he has decided to venture into brewing mead. I had no […]

March 8, 2016

Design, packaging

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