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Asheville Favorites from Our Recent Vacation

Asheville Favorites from Our Recent Vacation

We have made it a tradition the past couple of years to go on vacation right after the holidays as our gift. Being in retail and makers, from October - December is a rat race trying to get to the finish line. Not to say that we are ungrateful for this busy season, it can be a bit exhausting. So, time away is the perfect thing for our family to reset and recharge before the New Year! 
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Our Favorite Books Right Now

Our Favorite Books Right Now

Tis the season to cozy up with a good book and a quilt! We've got a few favorites we've been reading and we think you'd absolutely love them too! 
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Local Love - Tee The Barber

Local Love - Tee The Barber

One our very favorite people in town is my barber, Tee! Soon after we moved, I needed a barber badly. I have a bad habit of letting my hair grow out before I give in. Some friends recommended Finishing Touch Barber Shop just a few blocks from our shop. Tee and I quickly became friends, bonding over our love for entrepreneurship and community!
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Favorite Things - July 18

Favorite Things - July 18

Here's our list of some favorite things from the past week! I'm not gonna lie...they are mainly food or food-related because that's honestly all we've had time for this week!  (Note: some links contains affiliate links to Amazon products*)  Chocolate...

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We're Moving!

We're Moving!

We've got a really cool announcement to share with you. We'll explain it all in the video below. Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook for complete details!  Google Maps Address

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Local Love - Muletown Coffee

Local Love - Muletown Coffee

When we moved away, Bryson's parents would tell us about this amazing coffee shop located in Downtown Columbia, and if we are completely honest, we didn't really believe them. At that time, there really wasn't much in Columbia and we lived in the heart of a blooming coffee culture in Nashville so the idea of good coffee elsewhere was (albeit myopic) impossible. 
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