Story of my life: laundry to do. My sweet housekeeper, who did laundry, went home to Peru when the calendar flipped to 2010. I guess she decided to stay because my “to iron” pile hasn’t been touched since 2009. Let’s face it: laundry stinks. I hate it. I want the laundry fairy to visit my house,
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StyleBlueprint is all about women's southern lifestyle, which is plenty more than fashion and interiors (although we do love those!). In the lifestyle section of SB, you'll find all the things that make southern lifestyle richer, the things that sooth our soul and inspire our life including travel, books, music, art and more.
We’re excited to write this post as, incredibly enough, it is our first music post. Here in Music City, we have oddly overlooked a huge segment of style: music. So, we are kicking off monthly posts on MUSIC with Jessie Baylin. These posts will all feature a local musician or local music enthusiast who will
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I’m so excited as this post contains our first VOTE. Yep, you get to vote- as in click the circle to vote- on which of these Top 10 nail colors is your favorite! Anyhow…. Labor Day has come and gone. I know I’m supposed to put up my flip flops, but I just can’t manage
I know the headline to this blog makes no sense unless you are aware of the fabulous magazine THE WEEK. If you are uniformed, as I was, you need to know about this magazine and website! I know, this is a Style blog but here’s my dilemma. I don’t fall for the whole “looking good”
A sporty friend, with fire in her eyes, talked about Pure Barre as a place she had heard worked every muscle to the point of fatigue. This thrilled her to no end and peaked my interest the way tornadoes do: with fear. Every muscle? To the point of fatigue? My partner on this site, Elizabeth,
When I was a co-chair of Artclectic, I discovered Kem Alexander. Since Artclectic is a juried show, it attracts incredible talent from all over the country. Most are true characters with a certain panache and je nes sais quois; Kem is no different. Only she’s homegrown with roots in Chattanooga. Around art circles, she’s known as the “Goddess of Uncommon Concrete”: a hardcore diva