What's Ahead for September 2018

What's Ahead for September 2018


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Holding onto the last of summer while easing into Fall



WEAR A travel style diary from Maine + the first post of our new series we're launching on 9/4

EAT All about ease with quick + healthy snacks, a Trader Joe's dinner hack + a simple recipe featuring fresh fruit

WANDER An updated guide to Portland, Maine + a fun new series featuring our favorite locals

DWELL Small home updates that are still big enough to pack a punch + are perfect for this time of seasonal transitions

CELEBRATE A fun and casual fall gathering involving all the essentials (aka cheese wine + good friends)

WELLNESS Spilling the deets on my favorite self-tanners (so you can keep your summer glow going long past summer's end) + introducing a much-requested mini series focused on photography 



We've been busy creating more video content for IG Live, IGTV and Youtube and we will continue to do so through this month, so keep your eyes peeled for the newest videos, and let us know if you have any special requests.



Our first big national advertising campaign shoot is launching this month and it honestly feels surreal. I may or may not shed a tear the first time I see our photos in a store!

We're heading back east with our good friends over at Allagash and are so looking forward to lots of good beer, good food and good company in one of our favorite states. We'll be creating some fun travel content from the trip and Portland, but make sure to follow along on Instagram for all the in-the-moment happenings.



We're finalizing details on a few upcoming trips, I'm trying to get back into my favorite hobby (drawing and painting), Dave + I are researching some pottery classes to take together, and in between all that we're looking to tackle the oh-so-fun task of organizing our closets (because honestly, they're currently one of the most terrifying things I've ever seen, and every time I open one I pray that there's not an earthquake and everything doesn't come tumbling down and bury me alive).