Intentional Guide to Working From Home

Since last October, I’ve been working from home. My previous two “proper” jobs post-university, while very different from each other (geologist turned coffee-shop business manager), both came with established schedules and tasks assigned to me. Now that I’m working a combination of free-lance jobs (digital marketing, web design, writing), it’s been a welcomed but very…

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Intentional Guide to Packing

On our recent trip to Israel, we did something we never, ever do: we took a cab to the airport [gasp!]. We usually brave the inevitable bus-to-tube-to-probably-cancelled-train journey to Gatwick or Heathrow Airports. But before this trip, despite repeated warnings from Brits not to do so, I booked our flights out of Luton Airport because…

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Intentional Guide to the V60

If you’ve read even just a few of our posts, you’ve probably caught on to our coffee obsession (see: our Intentional Guide to the Aeropress). Brewing coffee in the morning is a ritual of sorts for both of us. Each brewing method has a purpose. I view the Aeropress as the everyday treat – the…

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Intentional Guide to the Aeropress

There is my life before the Aeropress, and my life after the Aeropress. Before: bitter, cumbersome, inconsistent, resigned to mediocrity. After Aeropress came into my life? Well, I’m still all those things, but at least my coffee is now consistently convenient, fast, ultra-smooth, and delicious! I used to make my coffee with a French press,…

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The Intentional Approach to Exercise

Towards the end of 2016, two things coincided that caused me to change my approach to my workout routine – Mike and I started planning out this blog and a more intentional approach to life; and I sprained my ankle during only my fourth week of a 12-week marathon training program. Highs and Lows of…

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