Non Traditional Red Egg Celebration

Events

My family loves to have an excuse to throw a party . I mean, who doesn’t?! Naturally, with the birth of baby O, we wanted to host a Red Egg Party and ended up combining my birthday with it! Traditionally, you are suppose to serve eggs dyed in red with light ginger flavor. Instead, I …

The loneliest years – Part 1

Mom Life

This is a post about feeling empty. I can’t complain too much about my life because I live in Orange County, do not have to work a stressful 9-5 job (although some may argue that being a stay-at-home is work), and can afford to raise my kids 15 minutes away from the beach (thanks to …

Baby Murphette’s Sprinkle

Events

I actually took a great deal of thought and time with this Sprinkle. Originally, this was suppose to be an outdoor party, but Mother Nature decided to rain on my parade (literally!) Apart from the mishaps (failed attempt at making Peach Bellinis, forgetting to lay out the party favors and taking pictures) I think everyone …

Lost and found – How I got myself out of feeling like crap

Fitness & Wellness

I have been experiencing a large amount of writer’s block. It all started when I realized the difficulty of parenting with two kids in diapers. Eventually, I isolated myself from people and playdates because it was easier to go at my own pace. After a month or so, doing things with the boys became easier, …

Fun changes to come

Uncategorized

It has become apparent that I cannot juggle mommy duties and personal aspirations. I had to pick my battles and being a full time mom won; however, I am finding that deep down inside I want something more than play dates and talking about my kids. My heart keeps telling me that I need to …

Tips For Aspiring Entrepreneurs from Sarah Holloway

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***Repost from #girlcrush interview from the-fit-foodie There’s never a perfect time to start so if you have a good idea don’t waste any time! Just get started! We all fall victim to self-doubt far too often – don’t spend all your time worrying about what won’t work instead of putting your energy into what will. You’ll …

Marmee Tribe – Cinthia Pacheco of Digimorph

The Tribe

Cinthia Pacheco is owner of Digimorph (Digital Metamorphosis- get it?!), a company focused on providing creative women the tools needed to work around digital marketing and web analytics. I met Cinthia at last years Yellow Conference in LA and we hit it off. Here, I took a little time out to interview her via e-mail. Check out …

The Long Way – This route wasn’t the easiest to take

Reflection

Last year I set a goal of hosting my first Marmee themed pop-up duringFall/Winter 2017 New York Fashion Week. Obviously, it didn’t happen and I’ll tell you why—– I’m taking a step back and slowing things down. Our society has been conditioned to life in the fast lane and keeping up with the joneses. We’re …

Motherhood…. The emotional roller coaster of fun

Reflection

It’s 2017 and I’m sitting here thinking about all that has occurred in the past 2 months. The holidays came and went. My son turned 1 and….. Shit hit the fan. Last year at this time I remember being in awe of the miracle of birth. I could stare at my son for days. Now, I must …

Marmee Tribe – Dara Elliott of Brevity

The Tribe

Some people are born with that certain sparkle and I see that in Dara Elliott. I met Dara while interning for Goga’s Project Runway premiere in San Diego. She recently launched a Kickstarter campaign titled THE DO ANYTHING JACKET | Athleisure Meets Sleek Design for her brand Brevity. Naturally, I was super excited to see that she …