I've been getting requests for more fashion posts here on Oh Joy! While I love fashion, I wanted to offer it in a way that would be interesting for those who like my taste in clothing but may not be the same size as me.
When people ask how we get such great photos of our kids, the answer is simple: we bring our camera with us almost everywhere and we capture everyday moments.
I feel so grateful to be surrounded by people doing creative things simply because they want know it will make someone—maybe some stranger they have never met—happy.
I love color. I’m guessing you guys already know that ;) Color inspires me every day. And I surround myself with color in my home, what I wear, and things I make.
With the weekend coming up, here's a fun take on french toast that you need to try immediately! We combined the layering of a club sandwich with french toast to make this beautiful layered french toast.
I started getting custom family stationery when Ruby was born almost 5 years ago so that we could send them out to thanks loved ones for the baby gifts we had received. Illustrated by the super talented Anna Bond of Rifle Paper Co, I couldn't not display them somehow, so we framed the first one. And since then, we now update it every year or so (with our newest shown above).
A couple weeks ago, I began Part 1 of Changing Your Career in Your 30's with an interview from our Creative Producer & Stylist, Julia, who left her career as a reality show producer to find her true passion of styling and crafting.
...beautiful peonies from Mother's Day in my new favorite vase, giant tassels at the Rosebowl Flea Market, a new Beach-perfect book, and pattern on pattern on texture...
One of the things I've learned about how to get kids excited about food is to not only have them help in making a meal or dish, but to have them also help in picking out the ingredients.
We're getting ready to do an Oh Joy mural project (weeee!), so I've been looking around for inspiration around the internet and had to share these beauties with you.
If you’re a parent, you know how special bedtime can be for you and your little one. For me, it’s a time I get to wind down for the day and prepare my kids for their night of restful slumber.
Lately, it's been very on-trend for adults to discover their child-like spirit with items meant to inspire us to just let go of our grown-up thinking (just for a second).
When I was in 5th grade, I had a favorite snack at a local cafe that I would get pretty regularly. My mom would drive me to the cafe, wait in the car right in front, and I would pop in and buy it to take home and we'd be on our way.
Even though I live in Los Angeles (the land of the super healthy), I can't say I live that gluten-free, macrobiotic, eat-some-oxygen-for-breakfast kind of life.
As someone who loves my job, I am super passionate about helping people discover what they really want to do for a living and figuring out ways to get there.
When I buy or receive a plant for my house, I tend to put them in the same spots—on the dining table, to the side of my TV (where my kids can't reach it), or on my desk at work.
When creating an Oh Joy for Target collection, it often takes a year or more to take a product from an idea to the final piece you see in stores.
I try not to get all "Ma, ma, ma" (that's like "blah, blah, blah" but for mom things) here on this blog.
We have a new series of short-length videos called "Shortcuts by Oh Joy!". They provide easy and quick tips that you can watch in less than a minute.
Because plants make every room look better, we wanted to create a wall hanging that makes it easy to add a little greenery to any space!