England, travel

Travel After Terror

Kristen and I recently returned from a fantastic vacation overseas to London for our MBA program, and then continued on to Italy after that. Having traveled overseas a couple times before this we were relatively familiar with what to prep for, but before our departure to London something new popped up. May 22nd was the… Continue reading Travel After Terror

adventures, Exploring, travel

A Trip of Solo Travel

If you have been reading our blogs you might know that we are heading to London this summer. We will be participating in the Global Business Program for a week long intensive where we get to explore international businesses, be immersed in a new culture, and of course partake in local cuisine. London in and… Continue reading A Trip of Solo Travel

Budget, creativity, DIY, life, Marriage, penguins, Reception, wedding reception

Finding A Wedding Venue

When starting to plan for your wedding one of the biggest choices you have to make is the venue. Venues come in all shapes and sizes and determine when, where, and how you get to celebrate your wedding day and reception. When picking a venue Richard and I knew we did not want to break… Continue reading Finding A Wedding Venue

advice, growth, Living creatively

Using Fear and Anxiety

Kristen and I don’t exactly live in the best part of town. As mentioned before, this is a conscious choice to save a lot of money each month on rent. Walking my dog outside last night I saw a man about 100 feet from me walking through our little parking area with something that resembled… Continue reading Using Fear and Anxiety

2014, Honeymoon, new zealand, Relationship

Our Anniversary Wine

by Richard Furleigh New Zealand. It's kinda an awesome place that we may or may not have gone to on our honeymoon three years ago. Pssst, we totally did. One thing the country is know for is it's wine. Pictured is us at Greystone, one of the many excellent vineyards on the southern island. Our time… Continue reading Our Anniversary Wine

advice, Business, creativity, life, Personal

YOU Can Be the Key to Innovation

It is not always easy to be different but it is important to embrace your different. No one has your exact story or your experiences in life. You should bring those with you on any project or any job that you do. You have a unique story so don't forget to utilize your differences to… Continue reading YOU Can Be the Key to Innovation

advice, creativity, life

Identifying Hypocrisy

by Richard Furleigh Hypocrites. Everyone claims to hate them, yet not a single one of us (myself included) are free from this title. Our intentions may be one thing however time and time again our words and actions betray us as hypocritical. The book “Building The Bridge As You Walk On It” by Robert E… Continue reading Identifying Hypocrisy