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why you should get your child diagnosed...

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grammar matters
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why you should get your child diagnosed...

2018-11-18T05:39:30+00:000000003030201811

I had the pleasure of working with Tiffany, the strong & fashionable woman behind Highland Avenue — a stylish online boutique that hopes to empower women through fashion. I incorporated handlettering into the design and created several versions for the various uses she needed them for.

2018-11-18T03:36:09+00:000000000930201811

When Danielle from The Creative Pack approached me about possibly provide lettering for an upcoming project with her client Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, I jumped on it. Each bag is exclusive to the stores in the states represented in the design. The concept was awesome, and I love that I learned more about each state […]

2018-05-29T20:20:13+00:000000001331201805

One of my favorite “meals” has always been Ramen noodles. It’s different from Cup O’Noodles. Plus, haven’t you ever eaten an instant soup and still been hungry afterward? In fact any frozen or “instant” meal I took to work were never quite fulfilling, unless it was leftovers of a home-cooked meal. With my recent mason […]

2018-05-15T14:00:00+00:000000000031201805

So here’s the thing… I’ve always wanted to be “that mom” or “that wife” — heck, “that person” — who was organized and disciplined enough to meal prep and stick to it. My main priorities have been simplicity and taste. Healthy and convenience were pluses too, but if it was too complicated or ended up […]

2018-05-14T14:15:00+00:000000000031201805

It’s funny because I wrote this post last June. I can’t believe it’s been in my drafts folder for almost an entire year. I suppose there was a part of me that was hesitant because I feared that my choice to share this was a bit short-sighted in that I never got permission from my child […]

2017-06-09T13:00:00+00:000000000030201706

I’m always in search of some good inspiration, which “inspired” an Instagram post, which eventually this print. It features the word “inspired” handwritten by moi, and the text “I want to be” in a modern sans serif font. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again… write it down to make it happen. 

2017-06-05T16:00:00+00:000000000030201706

The idea of working from home is so thrilling sometimes, but it’s not for everyone. I fortunately have the luxury of working from home one day a week, which is my choice because I would much rather go into an office than work from home. I feel more productive in an environment outside where I […]

2017-06-02T13:00:00+00:000000000030201706

In my last post, I shared the reasons behind the rebirth of Jomygoodness. With my current fascination with self-help books, I realized that I have always shared inspiration for different things — weddings, living room decor, nurseries — but never for my brand. <–BIG MISTAKE!! How could that be? How could I skip such a […]

2017-06-01T12:18:00+00:000000000030201706

Life has a way of catching up with you. I started this blog back in 2007 or 2008… it’s been so long, I can’t even remember. I started the Jomygoodness blog because I was waist-deep in my obsession with weddings. No, I wasn’t planning my own wedding, but being a wedding planner working a 9-to-5 […]

2016-01-25T15:00:00+00:000000000031201601

If I had a baby girl, I know exactly how I would decorate her room. With my obsession with Ariel, and my love for the color palette that includes pinks, aquas and neutrals, this is it!Before I go any further, though, let me get something clear — I am not pregnant. The inspiration of coral, […]