A new year gives us all time to set intentions for the upcoming 365 days, whether that’s through resolutions or immediate lifestyle changes. All of us at TPS feel like 2014 is going to be a good one. 2013 was a year of hard work and we feel like 2014 is the year of reaping the rewards of that labor. In honor of setting intentions and making changes, we’ve got a big one. This right here will serve as our last post. We’ve had a blast over the past 2 years — we’ve met, interviewed, gone behind the desks of and spent Sunday mornings with some pretty rad people… and really cute kids. We’ve all got some fun projects up our sleeves and may pop in on the TPS social media accounts here and there to keep you posted on some of those happenings. In the meantime, keep up with all of us by checking out our projects, blogs and other fun stuff below.
Julia works full time in digital media for an action sports company in Southern California. She also does freelance work for brands, publishers and eCommerce sites to provide strategy and support for social media, marketing, styling, creative consulting and other digital media needs. Check out her portfolio here. She is getting very close to launching an eCommerce site for interiors and accessories from around the globe AND is also very close to having her first baby! Follow her here:
San Diego Songbird Blog
Shop Gunn & Swain (coming soon!)
Heather continues to sell her vintage jewelry both online and at private sales across the U.S., most recently in Austin, TX. She works as a personal stylist and has a growing collection of bridal and couture jewelry. Check out her portfolio site here and her La Feem jewelry shop here. Follow her here:
La Feem Blog
Haydee works as a freelance digital marketing consultant, finishing up her work duties in time to pick up her rad kiddos from school. She continues to blog over at Happenstance. Follow her here:
We all thank you so much for your support over the past couple of years… for reading, liking and commenting. You rule and we hope to still hang out with you on our personal blogs! xo Team TPS
Seasonal eating recommends salads when it’s warm, and warming vegetables when it’s cold. I tend to follow these rules and leave my beloved salads behind when it starts to cool down, and then revisit them in the spring. This grain based, wintertime salad is a great way to capitalize on seasonal foods and keep a salad in the mix. It would also be a gorgeous holiday side dish.
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Our friend Summer of Modernhaus just launched a collection of vintage western shirts, some of which she has spruced up with Pendleton and serape fabrics. Other shirts in the collection feature original vintage embroidery. The line is filled with one-of-a-kind pieces that’ll help you stand out from the crowd… and last a lifetime. Check out the collection here.
Photos: Taryn Kent
Styling: Julia Wheeler
Models: Rachael Lunghi & Brady Young
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