Spring always makes me want to clear the decks, specifically, clean out my closet. Clothes were piled in tightly, shoes were stacked high, old and new clothing of all seasons sharing the same tight quarters. Instead of spilling into the guest bedroom, my good friend and business partner, Allison came with a strong arm and… Read More Ten Tips for Spring Cleaning your Closet
A big part of this Soulshine gig is behind the scenes, specifically, behind the computer, sitting and staring at a screen for hours. Researching brands, reading blogs, cropping photos, adjusting Quickbooks, learning, writing, shopping. All fun stuff, but most of which keeps us hidden from humans for hours which is neither good for our rear end, glassy… Read More Get Out of the House!
I was tired, hot, sticky from an afternoon in the humid Baltimore sun, so it would have been perfectly normal for me to shift into neutral and not participate. But I didn’t, and I was greatly rewarded for it. Packed and on the road by 7am for a Saturday festival at Druid Hill Park…a… Read More Nap No Longer Needed.
This day began and ended with a series of error messages…over all it was your typical Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. From the top…Allison arrived early to film a live video highlighting a favorite smoothie. Lesson learned that Instagram doesn’t save live videos so while filming round two, I received the dreaded ‘storage… Read More Try Again
This month, Soulshine celebrates One Year! Much like raising children, it has quite literally flown by! In efforts to build upon the experiences learned in year one, Allison and I took a few moments to reflect and review one year of valuable lessons: No dream is too big. Educate, connect, network, have bacon-filled morning meetings, dream big… Read More Ten Lessons from Year One.
Three vendors wowed us on our trip to Atlanta. You’ll soon have access to their lovely offerings, but for now, here’s what we love about them: BouCou Jewelry: Short for Boutique Couture, it wasn’t the booth puppy that won our hearts, or even the owner/ artists stunning blue hair. It was their logo. The… Read More Vendors we Adore
It’s what you’ll hear at my house when my kids turn their nose up towards my strange meal combinations (I’m a big kimchi and siracha fan). What is perfectly delightful to me clearly is not received the same with my children. Still, “don’t yuck my yum”! Allison and I are privy to closed boutique owner… Read More Don’t Yuck my Yum.