Category Archives: Travel & Explore

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How We Spent Our Palm Springs Babymoon

I’m 30 weeks (!) along as of today – what! – and we were determined to book a little getaway before I was too far along into the third trimester, too deep into our Tree House renovation and too close to the holidays. We’re also celebrating our 9 year wedding anniversary tomorrow (and 14 years of being together!), so theKEEP READING >

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A Day with Delta Faucet in Chicago!

This post is sponsored by Delta® Faucet. In early May, Delta® invited us and a handful of bloggers to share in a Day of Inspired Design. The best part? It took place in our hometown of Chicago, making it possible for Scott to join in on the fun, too! You might remember seeing the day through our Instagram Stories, or maybe you saw us (nervously!)KEEP READING >

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The Week’s End

We started The Week’s End as our own personal motivation to take a step back from the DIY and soak up Saturdays and Sundays the way we imagine most do – eating pancakes, catching a movie, walking street fairs and (my personal favorite) sitting on the couch with not a thing on the agenda. I don’t really think this is the case forKEEP READING >

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The Week’s End

At the tail end of last week, Scott and I packed our bags and stole away for an extra long weekend in San Francisco. Our yearly tradition has always been to discover a new city on or around our November wedding anniversary, and although we’ve spent a good amount of time in SF in the past, we were overdue for a visit with our friends (hi,KEEP READING >

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Our Tips + Tricks to Documenting Travel

I have to laugh at the photo above, taken on our way out of Albuquerque during our recent cross country road trip. I was two seconds from falling off that rock, and Scott had a death grip on my hand. My flailing arm wasn’t so much of a grand statement as it was a finesse (if you can call it that!) to my tumble! We’ve beenKEEP READING >

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Getting from A to B (aka The Big Wrap Up): Route 66

A large part of our early dating days were dominated by curious conversations; we’d daydream about where we might live one day, what cities we wanted to explore together and how many pets is too many pets? We’re still figuring out the answer to that last one, but one thing we knew for sure was that we wanted to take road tripsKEEP READING >