Join us on Tuesday, February 20th, from 6-8pm for Garrett County's first Have a Nice Day Project. Our dear friend Jessica Watson of Points North Studio began the Have a Nice Day Project in 2015. It's been happening in coffee shops and bars all over Baltimore. As Jessica writes: “It's the coolest way for one […]
Happy Wednesday, friends! That is the last installment of a three-part series (you can find part one here and part two here). These are some of the most important things I’ve learned since moving our family and my business 200 miles west, from Baltimore to Mountain Lake Park, MD (near the West Virginia line). I hope these […]
Thanks for following along, everyone!Here's some more tidbits I’ve learned over the past year since relocating my life (and CurlyRed) 200 miles west to Garrett County, MD:6. It’s easy to become overcommitted anywhere. As I shared last week, being overcommitted and having little or no margin in my life was a driving force in our move. But […]
Windows. Yes, CurlyRed's office has REAL WINDOWS now. 3 of them to be precise. With the windows open, a light breeze floats in, and there's little sound other than the chirping of crickets. To quote Hamilton (as I so frequently do): “Look around, look around, at how lucky we are to be alive right now.” […]
For those of you who have asked, thank you! We at CurlyRed are safe, we are open for business, and we are overwhelmingly encouraged by the current peace and restoration being brought to our city. Baltimore is our home, and we are very grateful to be here.
The Baltimore CityPaper's Best of Baltimore issue is quite possibly my favorite publication all year long. Maybe it's because I just love Baltimore so much. But who doesn't love seeing people and places they know and love get the attention they deserve? A few highlights: Best Neighborhood: HampdenBest Oriole: Nick Markakis (love him!)Best Do-Gooder: Anna […]
Do you live in the Baltimore area and want to intern for CurlyRed? CurlyRed Inc. is a local graphic design company that is looking an intern for the Fall 2008 semester. This internship is open to college students working on their degree in graphic design. It is an unpaid position, consisting of 8-10 hours per […]