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Leap of Faith

Taking the ‘cliff jump’ to act on my idea for Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR), as a fashion outsider. We can often sit on an idea, but actually acting on it changes everything. I would not be where I am today … Continue reading

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Beautiful Stacks

There are some books you’ll re-read time and time again, and some books you’ll only reference occasionally. And while you’ll want to keep the former easily accessible, you can bear to get a little more creative with the latter. One … Continue reading

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Art is a Lifeline

Art is a lifeline for my daughter, Taegan. When we learned she had autism after returning to in-person school, I told her that she was on the spectrum. I told her that, like indigo, she is a beautiful and unique … Continue reading

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Exploring the Outdoors Through Painting

“A blast of cold wind from the glacier throws my painting against my chest, and I shield my face from airborne grit. I’m hunkered below the Easton Glacier on Mount Baker, and swaths of cerulean paint reflect the blue ice hundreds … Continue reading

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Display Your Wine Collection, No Cellar Needed

Why not take a second look at your dining room? Interior designers are increasingly refreshing dining spaces by replacing antique China cabinets with wine walls. These modern, minimalist, wall-mountable racks make a big impression in a large or small footprint … Continue reading

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