The Web Edit No. 26

Hey! It’s been quite awhile since I’ve done one of these, and if you’ve been here before you may recall that this segment used to be called The Weekly Web Edit. Over the last few months, more like the last year, I’ve spent so much time on other projects, on examining my content and what exactly I’m posting, that keeping this a dedicated weekly feature just didn’t feel right anymore. Not that it was some big dramatic revelation or anything, but looking at the larger picture, this just wasn’t a priority. And that’s completely ok.

But these roundups can be quite fun to put together and in toying with the idea of bringing it back, I polled my Instagram audience to gauge interest. Turns out, you’re all fans of The Web Edit and I really appreciate your feedback and the time you put into reading these posts.

So, in the spirit of moving forward, I’ve dropped the restrictive naming culture and switched up the different categories you’ll find below. I’m now including a Jobs section because I may just be slightly addicted to job hunting. I really love my job, but I’m always curious about what’s out there and love reading different job descriptions. I also really love helping friends find cool jobs to apply for so it is my hope that this new section will be helpful. Fair warning, most of the jobs will be in the marketing/creative/digital fields since that’s where my expertise lies. And if you ever need help with the application process or just want a second pair of eyes to look over your resume, feel free to send me an email at

Anyway, I have to get back to prepping for Sunday’s CREATE event so here are some of my favorites from around the web this week:

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It’s Ok. A Few Thoughts On My 25th Birthday

Today is my 25th birthday.

And to be honest, I’ve been dreading this day for awhile. Continue reading

Pumpkin Spice Sweet Potato Banana Bread

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During the week, I’m really bad about eating a real breakfast. Whether I workout in the mornings or not, I don’t eat an actual meal until lunch time, which usually isn’t until 2pm for me. Continue reading

The Weekly Web Edit No. 25

This past week was full of more downs than ups but this long weekend was everything I needed and more. Even though it was incredibly hot, the weekend was both relaxing and fun, full of new adventures in the city.

A few weeks ago, I introduced you to Telula juices and am currently running a giveaway on my Instagram for a case of juice, plus the picnic blanket featured above! These fruit and vegetable juices are shelf-stable, organic, cold-pressed, non-gmo and affordable! They’re incredibly delicious and are so convenient for getting those nutrients in on the go! Cold-pressing the beneficial nutrients and enzymes in the fruits and vegetables remain intact.

The juices come in 10 different varieties, including four chia blends, and contain no added sugars (except for the Spicy Lemon flavor which has just a hint of organic honey). Because they’re shelf stable you don’t have to store them in the fridge until they’re opened, which is great for those who have limited fridge space like I do! You can find Telula in the juice aisle in a store near you.

Make sure to enter the giveaway here!

In the meantime, here’s everything you need to read, make, listen to, and more:

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picnic in the park | telula

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Having a picnic in San Francisco is sometimes a very comical thing. It’s rarely warm, almost always windy, and chances are you’ll need a jacket. But it’s also one of my favorite ways to spend time outside. Continue reading

The Weekly Web Edit No. 24

Well hello there! It’s been awhile since I posted a Weekly Web Edit so this one is jam packed (literally) with some of my favorite internet finds from the last couple months.

Here’s everything you need to read, make, listen to, and more:

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The Importance of Saying No

The last few months I’ve said “no” a lot. No to posting, no to brand partnerships, no to activities that don’t genuinely interest me, no to doing things just because everyone else is doing them. And it’s been great.  Continue reading

The Weekly Web Edit No. 23

Here’s everything on the internet you need to read, shop, listen to, and more this week:

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blazers & bodysuits

Give blazers an update with a daring bodysuit and military details.

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roasted green cauliflower cashew spread | sunshine nut co. {dairy + gluten-free}

Get the recipe for this simple, dairy & gluten-free roasted green cauliflower cashew spread in partnership with Sunshine Nut Co. 

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