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We Small Businesses

We Small Businesses

It’s been five months since we moved into our own kitchen.  And, every time I unlock the door, I’m unbelievably grateful that it’s as sparkly clean as we left it.  I don’t miss spending rent money to clean up other peoples’ messes nor the time wasted carrying everything we needed for the day from our… View more

More Love

More Love

It’s that time of year where we start anew and plan to be a different person or in another place in our life by years’ end. I know my new years’ resolutions have always been far too ambitious. So, this year, I have one goal, and that’s more love. If my focus is more love,… View more

Strength & Softness

Strength & Softness

When I started my first job at 14-years old, my grandfather said, “Brandi Kay, no matter what you feel like or have going on in your personal life, you go to work. And, you do your best while you’re there.” His words stuck with me. I’ve always valued hard work, perseverance, tenacity, honesty, and integrity. So… View more

Intentions & Miracles

Intentions & Miracles

There’s a guy at our rent-by-the-hour kitchen who abhors me and my air compressor. I get it. The air compressor is loud, like El train loud. I’ve bribed other renters for kindly accepting the 15 total minutes it runs in the course of a kitchen day. Thankfully everyone who shares the kitchen has dogs so, a… View more

Letting Go

Letting Go

When there’s too much change, even the good kind, Gavin gets a stressy belly and becomes a full-on grass-munching moo-cow. I can usually prevent it by proactively playing his favorite games, running through fun training exercises, or pulling something from his arsenal of anxiety-reducing stuff (all approved or recommended by our trusted veterinarians.)  But, despite… View more

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