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Here’s How to Beat the 3 pm Slump

Even with the best of morning routines some us find ourselves dragging around 3 pm. You begin to feel tired and unmotivated which leads to a lack productivity. This happens to many of us, especially to those that have jobs that require a lot of time tied to the desk. This is because cortisol and adrenaline have been going wild through your nervous system all day, which causes you to naturally […]

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Use These Tricks to Help You Drink More Water

We all know we should be drinking more water, but do you really know how much you should be drinking? You may have heard of the 8-glasses-a-day rule, but how big is that glass? Your body is made up of 60 percent water. Every system in your body needs water to function and exactly how much you need is much more personal than you think. Your gender, activity level and […]

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Great Women of History: Nellie Bly

Introducing our newest series “Great Women of History.” Each month we will highlight a female pioneer whose stories are not as commonly known due to our widely male-dominated textbooks. These women blazed the trail for us and there is much we can learn from their lives and triumphs. We are kicking it off with Nellie Bly, a true inspiration, and aspirational journalist. We even added a little bonus treat for […]

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Try These Natural Remedies to Keep Your Dogs Healthy

It is no secret we are definitely dog people around here. They’re our hunting partners, best friends, and are the most excited to see us walk through the door. We want to do everything possible to make their lives as happy, healthy and lush as possible and of course in the most resourceful and natural way possible. As we have thought more about how to keep ourselves healthy in this […]

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Our Favorite Ways to Give Back After the Holidays

When it comes to creating a purposeful life giving back is key. Often times during the holidays, many prioritize giving back, but then return to the hustle and bustle of the everyday grind afterwards. Giving back doesn’t always have to mean giving financially, one of the greatest and most impactful ways to give back is to give your time and passion to a cause. The following are our favorite ways […]

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How to Keep Your Houseplants Thriving in the Winter Months

We are pretty plant-obsessed around here. We find ourselves bringing home new plants every chance we get and have filled our homes and office with so many houseplants at this point that it has started to look like we live in a jungle. But we love it. The biggest challenge in these winter months is that it is dark and cold, so we’ve done research and put our tricks to the […]

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Where You Should Be Booking Your Winter Adventures

Winter is definitely here and our cabin fever has fully set in. To give us inspiration, we decided to put a positive spin on it and think about all of places we could take an adventure in these cold months that we couldn’t otherwise enjoy.  Sure, there are tons of ski towns you’ve heard of, but we really wanted to get to the heart of where you should be booking your winter […]

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7 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

Anyone else feeling a bit over winter? One too many weekends spent in with Netflix and it seems our cabin fever is starting to get the best of us. Seasonal affective disorder AKA SAD is a thing for a reason, so many find it a bit rough to stay inspired and motivated in the cold, dark, winter months. But fear, not the winter can also be a great time for adventure […]

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Coffee With: Amber E Lea

For the second edition of our “Coffee with” feature, we sat down with Amber Lea Smith an artist and jewelry designer who has managed to take her designs to the global market. Amber’s mission is to bring art to daily life with designs inspired by the colors of the New Mexican Desert and products that support an active lifestyle. She combines the simplistic lines of mid-century design with a unique […]

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Makeover Your Home on a Budget with These Tips from Construction2Style

There is something about the New Year that makes me feel refreshed and inspired. And there’s just nothing quite as motivating as changing up your surroundings so that is becomes a source of daily inspiration. I just finished a home renovation project that went over budget and behind schedule. It was a harrowing experience to put it mildly and left me wondering how to do it differently next time. So […]

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