I loved Erin’s post earlier this week showing the step-by-step design evolution of a single room. What if you were able to take that one-piece-at-a-time principle and apply it to your life? What if, instead of fixating on all the things you needed to change (cue overwhelm), you started small, replaced one thing, and then
Hear this now: You are someone’s hero. Remember this. Remember it when you are doubting yourself, when you are ready to stop trying, when you are thisclose to giving up on your dreams and yourself. There is someone in this world who adores you. There is someone who looks with wonder upon everything you do.
Standards. Designers have them, and they stick with them. They don’t bend to trends or make decisions out of moments of weakness. All of their choices are made with a final look in mind, a look that they’ve committed to meticulously. It’s up to you to set meticulous standards for your own life. If you
I (Tiffany) am getting married tomorrow (HOORAY!), and in the spirit of commitment, I thought I’d ask this question to you today: What do you need to recommit to in your life? An amazing life, just like amazing design, isn’t created by waiting around for something good to come by. It’s created, through dedication, hard
It’s back to school time for the kiddos, a time of starting fresh and establishing routines. As we move into this time of the year, how can you pull the back-to-school spirit into your own life? Maybe the answer is taking a class or starting a project. Maybe the answer is letting go of something
Watching the Olympics (OBSESSIVELY!) got me thinking about new beginnings, learning, and commitment. At some point in each of their respective lives, these athletes – the best in the world – woke up not knowing how to be good at their sport. There was one day in their lives when they started. And then they
As you think about making your mark on the world, where are you looking for inspiration? Do you spend your time looking at what other people are doing? Or do you look inside, to what you know about living your biggest, dreamiest life? That’s right – what you already know about living your biggest, dreamiest
Good design doesn’t set out to be profound: it sets out to solve a problem. As you work toward living you most creative life, stop thinking about being the next big thing and start smaller, start where you are. What is something in your life that you’d like to change? What can you do today