Saturday DO: Plan A Trip

I’ve been thinking so much about travelling lately. What excites me most is that travel can happen on a large or small scale. The photo above is from a trip I took to Paris. I was there for only 24 hours and I’ve wanted to go back ever since. It’s not always easy to take the big trips we dream of, but that doesn’t mean we can’t explore something new anyway. Think about the tiny town nearby you’ve always wanted to visit, or the landmark you’ve never seen. Or think big and book a flight to a place you’ve had in your mind forever. This Saturday, plan your next trip. Whether it’s happening in a week, a month, or even longer, you’ll have something exciting to look forward to. Where will you go?

3-Day Cleanse Diary: What’s It Like To Do A Juice Cleanse?

If you’ve ever been inspired (and also scared) by the idea of a juice cleanse, keep reading. Kathryn, from our marketing department, volunteered to try her first juice cleanse, and keep a diary along the way. Kathryn tried a BluePrint Cleanse, though there are tons of cleanses to purchase or even make yourself. Read her thoughts and experiences below, and decide for yourself if you’re cool with a cleanse. Read More

3 Ingredient Eye Makeup Remover: A Quick Beauty DIY

This is a guest post from Johnie Gall from DirtbagDarling.com.

When it comes to makeup, there’s one thing we can’t live without: eye makeup remover. But break down all of those foreign-looking ingredients on the back and we’re suddenly not as stoked to slather the store-bought version on our delicate eye area. So, we whipped up this easy DIY recipe for eye makeup remover with only three, inexpensive and gentle ingredients. Read More

Scott Schuman Chats With Us About His New Book

This guest post comes to us from fp naomi, who hasn’t blogged with us for awhile, but we’re so happy to have her here today!

This day and age everyone wants to be a photographer.  We all want a piece of the street style pie, and a nice camera isn’t so hard to come by. The contemporary blogging phenomenon began with a lucky few, such as Scott Schuman, who were early on scene. Read More