This Weekend: PVD Lady Project Summit + Business Cards


March was just insane (so good is over!) and April is starting to feel that way, so finding the time to relax and enjoy our family and friends is my priority and the nice weather is finally arriving!

I have a special to-do list for this weekend:

Lady Project Summit!!!


I am going to the Lady Project Summit, it is an event I have been looking forward to do, last year’s event was fantastic and I predict this years will be even better. The talent between the speakers, the workshop presenters and the ladies attending this event is overwhelming and powerful… POWERFUL!

This is the event to get your juices going, to be inspired and to be yourself.

New Business Cards!!!

I designed new business cards too, and I hadn’t had time to introduce them earlier, so this is a little peek at the design, well the designs, which means:

1- I was not 100% sure in the background
2- I loved both backgrounds
3- I couldn’t decide so I went for both
4- All of the above

If you pick 4 you were right… I am really loving for business cards, the colors were right on, the stock is such a great quality and the double sided option is perfect to add more design elements. I have been handling these little beauties non-stop!

Have a lovely weekend!

Spring is for Nature


A green tablescape. Fauna swimwear. Seafoam dress. Mojitos. These images scream Spring.

So much nature in their patterns and the styling of both these photo shoots were absolutely gorgeous. After seeing these images, Who doesn’t want to go shopping for a floral dress and sit on a patio with a mojito? It hits all the right places of my human nature.

I actually feel healthier by looking at these images.

tablescape | swimwear | dress | mojito

Accurate weather in New England?

Illustration by Sarah Lazarovic

This image illustrates it well!

March is such a tease, it creates a false sense of your surroundings, one day or even a weekend is 50 degrees out and you wear sandals and short sleeves tees, then the next day it snows 5 inches and the following day the temperature is as low as 7 degrees.

Good Riddance Winter!

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