Author: Kelli Scott

Have a beautiful weekend.

What are you all up to this weekend? The weather is supposed to be pretty good out there — sunny and near 50 degrees on Saturday! Here’s hoping you get to spend some time with the people you love and get out in that gorgeous sunshine. Below are some fun links we found around the web this […]

This parenting thing is hard. But there’s help.

I love my children 22 hours every day. From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., however, I want to get in my car (the one with the stickers on the backseat windows and apple sauce pouches on the floor) and drive anywhere fast, as long as it’s away from them. Away from this house and this awful nightly bedtime meltdown. […]

Have a lovely Valentine’s Day weekend.

What are you all doing for Valentine’s Day? Married, single, or somewhere in between, here’s hoping your weekend is full of love. To kick it off, here are a few things we liked from around the web this week: Voortex Productions created a beautiful video about Alatheia Riding Center in Wenatchee. What a special place! Valentine’s Day […]

My health journey

A year ago I was an unhealthy mess. I had hives, diverticulitis, and chronic infections. I always complained about not feeling well, had frequent heartburn and headaches, I was constantly stressed, my food allergies were getting worse, and I felt like my health was spiraling out of control. Traditional medicine was only treating the symptoms […]

Have a wonderful weekend.

What are you up to this weekend? Are you checking out the First Friday Art Walk tonight? Will you be watching the Super Bowl? Are you as excited as I am that Beyoncé is performing at halftime? Whatever you have planned, here’s hoping your weekend is full of happiness. Here are some fun things we liked […]

Moms who #work #share #inspire

One of the things I’m excited to do here on the website is spotlight and celebrate the working lives of local moms — women in our community who run their own businesses, create and sell beautiful jewelry, photography, food and art, and who are blazing their own career paths on their own terms… often after the kids are tucked in for the […]