Journal

  • Thoughtfully Considered: Sophie Lynge

    Thoughtfully Considered: Sophie Lynge
    I am passionate about so many things and before I had children, I had the time to put more energy into them but now that I am a mother, I am most passionate about giving my boys the most wonderful childhood possible and raising really kind and thoughtful human beings that care about world and the environment.
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  • Thoughtfully Considered: Deb Barnes

    Thoughtfully Considered: Deb Barnes

    I have been a hippy, a biker, a partier, entrepreneur and am now a senior still working. I’ve been a tour guide, vacuum cleaner salesman, parking patrol officer, private eye, animal photographer, actor and casting director, and always an explorer of the mind.
    No job or part of my life has ever truly defined me.

    - Deb Barnes

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  • Travel Diary: Anika Murthy

    Travel Diary: Anika Murthy

    Anika Murthy is an interior stylist with an instagram feed that makes you want to move to California immediately. She has an eye for curating beautiful spaces, as well as creating stunning vignettes and tablescapes.

    She loves travel, especially to wineries, and recently went to Healdsburg in Sonoma for the Thanksgiving weekend. We caught up with her and asked her a few questions about her trip!

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  • Thoughtfully Considered: Danielle Cyr

    Thoughtfully Considered: Danielle Cyr
    "I think there’s something so powerful about how our environment can shape and inform how we feel and perhaps that’s a part of what I’m trying to accomplish through our homewares business, JUNE. Behind the curation of beautiful home goods is really a deep desire to help others nurture a connection to moments rather than things, to foster a‘feeling’ of home rather than a ‘style’ of home-like how a beautiful wooden dish brush can accompany a contemplative, quiet moment at the kitchen sink ohow a linen tablecloth can serve as a backdrop to a shared meal with loved ones. Ultimately, home should be a felt experience of the sacred and precious moments of life."
    - Danielle Cyr
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