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Jessica Honegger’s Cozy and Eclectic Pool Room Reveal

This interview with Jessica Honegger embodies precisely why she is one of my favorite people. No matter what it is, whether discussing a recent home remodel, raising children, marriage or any number of other topics, you get all of her. You get all of her wisdom, experience, pitfalls and thoughtfulness and it’s all so good. Jessica and her husband, Joe, recently completed phase 1 of their 1970’s ranch home remodel here in Austin, Texas and are currently knee-deep in phase 2. We decided to reveal the pool room first because it feels …

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What every small business owner needs to know about PR in 2021

If you’ve ever owned your small business and struggled to “get the word out” about what you’re up to, this post is for you! Co-creators of All You Need Method, Kathryn Humphries and Carla Nikitaidis are sharing some of their industry secrets as well as their simple, affordable approach to PR for small businesses. Jen: Tell us about yourselves! Where are you from, where do you live now and what’s your career background? Carla: I’m originally from Connecticut and lived most of my adult life in New York City before …

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When to Quit your Job: 3 Signs it Might Be Time and How to Prepare Financially

Are you familiar with the term side hustle? According to Entrepreneur.com, it’s a way to make some extra cash that allows you the flexibility to pursue what you’re most interested in. It can also be your true passion – a chance to delve into fashion, travel or whatever it is you care about the most without quitting your day job.  According to a 2016 survey done by Career Builder, more than 39% of workers aged 18-24 have a side hustle and that number rose to 44% when workers ages 25-34 were polled. What happens when you want …

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Creativity, a Great Dinner Party, and the Coloring Book you Need in your Life with Iris Apfel

It was a short conversation, but in the spring of 2004 as I was chatting with an upperclassmen, I decided to transfer to the Fashion Merchandising program. I was ending my sophomore year at the University of Texas at Austin. While a degree in fashion didn’t fit what I had thought I might do professionally up until this point, the idea of personal style, aesthetics and creative projects were becoming more and more all-consuming and as time went on I could think of less and less reason why I shouldn’t make them the focus of my …

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