Posts in Newsletters
June Newsletter

Oh my. I have no idea where June even went and I know July is going to go exactly the same way. Does anyone have any super tips for managing business in a way that also savors the moments you have? Perhaps I should just delete insta for the rest of the summer. Whew. At the moment, that sounds super duper tempting. I've thought about it before--like when people go off of it for a month at the beginning of the year. But since it is a part of the way that I share my art with the world, I've never really considered it for long. I honestly hadn't even thought of it until I started typing this up. Hmm. Something to think about. How are you savoring your summer? [Keep reading…]

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May Newsletter

And just like that, summer has arrived. May was an incredible month full of fun adventures that left little time for much else. It rained nearly every day (at least that's how it felt) and so I was not left feeling sad that I had so many things to do that would keep me from being outside. Now that the sunny days are here, I'm ready for things to settle down for just a bit so that I can have some lazy summer days (probably deluding myself). [Keep reading…]

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April Newsletter

I'm warning you now. I decided to do the newsletter just a tad different this month. It's all in black and white. Plus, I'm super tired as I write this so--lucky you--there shouldn't be too much chatter. I decided to go black and white on a whim. Lately it's just been speaking to me and I've been having a lot of fun using black and white. I don't know any of the technical things about it--I know that black and white photography is a whole art in and of itself. But man, there's just something about the way that the lack of color draws attention to the details. [Keep reading…]

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March 2019

Wow. You guys. March was a month of food. Of good food. Interestingly, as much as I love to think of myself as a super sophisticated foodie--the things that I love making and perfecting the most are the simplest, most basic things that a baker should make. I think my subconscious thought process is that if I can't make the absolute best basic things, what business do I have trying to make fancy things? [Keep reading…]

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December/January 2018/19

Hello, hello. It's February. Did you notice we missed the December newsletter? It's been bugging me all the livelong month. But I just didn't know what to say, you know? I didn't want some cliche, "It had its ups, it had its downs. But it was a good year." I mean, it was a good year. But I just didn't know what to say about it. I don't like the passing of time--which also means that I don't like to dwell on it or think about it at all. So that's my explanation of why I didn't send out a December newsletter. Because I just knew that you all were dying to hear one. [Keep reading…]

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November 2018

So I'm going to try and keep this part short and sweet. I already wrote the body of the newsletter and boy, was it a wordy one! My fingers have been itching to write for awhile now and once I got started, I just couldn't stop. So, this month's letter is more about the random workings in my head and less about the things I did. So, grab a cup of coffee and let's dive in. [Keep reading…]

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