Great Cause: Breast Cancer Alliance

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A few years back I was introduced to the Breast Cancer Alliance. They are a lean mean cancer fighting machine. With a team of just two full time employees – they host incredible events, pay for grants and research projects, and help women who couldn’t otherwise afford it to get the health services they need… read more

Color Obsession: Green with Envy

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I am having a seriously green moment. For the home. For the fashion. And for the food. There is something so soothing about this color. Do you agree?   *images from Pinterest      

Healthy Living: The Dude Diet

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For week two of our six week “healthy living” series I am thrilled to feature the beautiful, talented and highly humorous chef/writer, Serena Wolf. She’s been busy on her food blog, Domesticate Me, since 2011, and this year she wrote her first cookbook, The Dude Diet: Clean(ish) Food for People Who Like to Eat Dirty…. read more

Great Gadget: Handheld Spiralizer

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Every so often a new gadget makes its way into our kitchen drawers. (Said drawers have been recently filled with drawer organizers and they are looking mighty nice!) This OXO Handheld Spiralizer is our newest addition and I am slightly obsessed. Tonight I used this contraption to “spiralize” 3 zucchinis. It took about 5 minutes to spin the… read more

Parenting: Teaching Kids to Ski

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My husband and I both grew up skiing. We actually had our third date at Bromley Mountain up in Manchester, Vermont. Skiing is by far one of our favorite things to do together. When we had kids we knew we wanted them to love skiing as much as we did. When John said he wanted… read more

Healthy Living: Courtnay’s Kitchen

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  As is customary in January, I am thinking about health and wellness. After the debauchery of big meals and too many cocktails during the holiday season – I always find myself craving healthier habits in the new year. I thought it would be fun to do a weekly feature on wellness for the next… read more

Great Books: Spoon and Chopsticks

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It’s been a while since I have blogged about a great book for kids. Today you get a double whammy. Spoon and Chopsticks, by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, are absolutely precious and serious fan favorites over at the Pless house. Both books are told through the eyes of everyday utensils, a little spoon and a pair of chopsticks…. read more

Happy Anniversary to The Sent!

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It is hard to believe that this little site has been up and running for FOUR years now! This week marks our anniversary. Many of the goals I set on that very first post have become a central part of the way I live. And ironically, many of those things I am still working on. It’s… read more

Great Bones: James F. Carter

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I follow quite a few blogs, many that focus on home design and architecture. I always love when someone introduces me to a new name. This stunning home in Memphis by architect James F. Carter was such a pleasure to virtually tour on his site. I love the classic lines, and the interior design makes… read more

Be The Best Dad You Can Be!

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Calling all dads! The incredibly insightful and talented Cristina Young is teaming up with The Nantucket Project to offer a one-time class to fathers. Young recently moved her focus towards working with adults, helping them build and hone their parenting tools, manage anxiety, understand relationships, and navigate family dynamics. While she no longer works directly with kids… read more