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Blue Ribbon Blooms

Blue Ribbon Blooms

Announcing the 2014 All-America Selections award winning plants, plus regional winners.

Gorgeous Gardens: Dumbarton Oaks

Gorgeous Gardens: Dumbarton Oaks

Turning Back Time

Turning Back Time

Archive »Food

Gluten-Free Gourmet

Gluten-Free Gourmet

Slow Cooker Recipes Go Global

Slow Cooker Recipes Go Global

Crafts & Crumbs

Simple and seasonal creations for everyday life lived well

Hummingbird Coffee Cake

A light and fruity coffee cake to get you ready for the sunny days of spring.

Three Creative (and Healthy!) Smoothies

Need to get back on the healthy bandwagon but don't want to go back to boring? Try these smoothies for a few new and creative flavor combinations!

DIY Magazine Christmas Trees

Have stacks of old magazines lying around the house? Turn them into something new with this easy, low-budget holiday craft!

Mommy in Heels

Balancing family, fashion, business and beauty
Spring Staples

Spring Staples

Regardless of what is trending each season, there are always items that I consider to be staples for the season. I have a few “must haves,” that to me are timeless pieces that withstand all of the ever-changing trends. These items are my go-to pieces each spring, and I carry...

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Clean Closet

Clean Closet

With the change of seasons comes a change in my wardrobe. Just like you clean out your pantry from time to time, you have to clean out your closet. I understand it can be hard to let go, but I am telling you, once you do, you will feel so much better. Here are a few of my own personal tips...

Change Up

Change Up

Wardrobe versatility doesn't only apply to a woman's closet. There are many pieces in a guy's wardrobe that can easily transition from day to night and even into the weekend. Plus, it seems that most offices are taking a more business casual route with their dress code, which...

Style Girls

What we're up to—recipes, projects & more!
Raisin Cain

Raisin Cain

I’ve been trying to train myself to like raisins. It’s not working very well so far. And, of course, the unanimous cookie of choice in the Susquehanna Style office would be oatmeal raisin. So, when the Style staff had a particularly busy, whirlwind,...

Love Points

Love Points

Score some at-home-decor DIY love points with your darling dwellers by making these easy adorable bow and arrows for your abode. Step 1: Gather twigs Step 2: Cut felt tips & flights Step 3: Hot glue tips & flights to twigs Step 4: Wrap with twine, hang & ta-da!...

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Cookie Swap Craft Party

Cookie Swap Craft Party

This past snowy Sunday, amid the holiday hustle and bustle, a few of my closest girlfriends gathered to share their favorite cookie recipes, a cute craft - and of course some cocktails (& cocoa too). With the holiday season at hand, the key to throwing this party (you can do it too -...

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Mothers and Brides and Grooms, Oh My!

Mothers and Brides and Grooms, Oh My!

Your daughter “said yes!”... Your son “popped the question!” Congratulations – you are now an official Mother-of-the-Bride (hereafter known as MOB) or Mother-of-the-Groom (likewise known as MOG) and your world has changed in the most wonderful of ways! Allow me to...

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Wedding Wise

Wedding Wise

We asked area experts, Lori Hemphill of The Perfect Plan in Lancaster (www.theperfectplanbylh.com), Susan Moran of “That’s It!” Wedding Concepts in Mechanicsburg (www.thatsitweddingconcepts.com) and Leah, Amy & Federica of  Party Belles (www.partybelles.com) for...

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