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Day on the Town with car2go

This post is in collaboration with car2go Not having a car available can sometimes be a pain, even in a city that has so much public transit available. Riding the train or street car is just fine, but what if you need to go to an event unreachable by public transit? We only have one car, and most of the time Cory has to use it for...

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A Record Breaking Snow Day

Author: Cory Nine years ago, Jade and I experienced our first real winter storm. We had been together for a little over a year, she lived with her parents and I lived down the road in a duplex with a government paid laser scientist. Thats a true fact. There was a blizzard that covered the suburbs we lived in with a little under a foot of...

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Recently Adored (February Favorites)

February is a special month in this family. We celebrated multiple birthdays, including my own. I'm a big believer in celebrating your special day and along with the day came some lovely gifts that have become new favorites in my life. What I'm reading: One of my gifts from Cory was a subscription to Darling Magazine, an incredible magazine that celebrates women from all walks of life doing all sorts...

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Welcoming Fall with Nordstrom

Fall is so close, I can smell it: the rain, the freshness in the cool air, cozy wood burning fires. It's certainly the season I most look forward to and feel most at home in. I wanted to take a moment to share a few outtakes from a recent project we had the pleasure to collaborate on with Hello Society and Nordstrom to style and share a...

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Secret Supper

Author: Cory Sitting down to dinner is a tradition that has slowly been lost over the years. Whether that is sitting down to dinner with your family or breaking bread with your friends and acquaintances. Jade and I have dinner with each other all of the time, but sadly rarely have the time for coordinating dinners with others. This comes from being introverts and also from pure...

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Summer Days & Chambray Jumpsuits

Author: Cory There is a certain level of comfort you have to have to take portraits of people. Not the self soothing comfort that calms your nerves when you feel anxious, although that certainly does help. More like the confidence and personabilty to understand, empathize, and relate to someone in any state of being. In my experience, if you can't look a person in the eye and...

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Dinner at Broder Nord

This post is in collaboration with Broder Nord Jade and I try to stay active and venture out quite a bit, but rarely to dinner. Usually we are home bodies, cook our own dinner or get take away. It's easy to get caught in the comfortable norm of doing dinner one way, and neither of us are particularly moved to change it since we enjoy our...

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May in Instagrams

Author: Cory Boy did May go by in a flash! We had thunderstorms with lightening, dense fog we could barely see through in the early morning, and even a couple 85 degree days we really could have done without. We took on more projects in May than we have in recent months, or even in recent years on Endlessly Enraptured. We are working with more businesses...

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An Early Morning with Bridge & Burn

This post is in collaboration with Bridge & Burn Author: Cory I'm a low maintenance person. At least I like to think so. I like my clothes to fit, not be to baggy or tight, and be utilitarian to some extent. This means I'm not only wearing my clothes to look good, but for their usefulness as well. I usually have a hard time shopping for clothes...

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Sunday Brunch at Ned Ludd

This post is in collaboration with Travel Portland Author: Cory We had the opportunity to go to Ned Ludd last Sunday for brunch in collaboration with our friends from Travel Portland. Even though we get the pick of the litter when going out to eat around our city, we still haven't managed to try everything. Ned Ludd is located on the corner of Northeast Failing and Martin Luther...

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