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The Danish word for creating a cozy atmosphere to enjoy life's simple pleasures. Often enjoyed with good food and drinks, warm blankets and soft candlelight. You'll never forget how to pronounce this Danish word again. Just remember, the end of the word makes the same sound of how you should feel, "Ahhhh."

Trainer Confessions

Let’s take a minute and think about working out. A little bit of cardio, half-a**ing some abs and then maybe some “stretching” aka sitting on a mat texting — sound about right? Well, you’re not alone. In a world of Cosmopolitan booty challenges and PopSugar 5-minute arms, it’s hard to know what you’re actually working. Five trainers from 
The Denver…

Lookin’ Sharp

Bring home the latest decor trend with these unique pieces

Mother’s Day Ideas

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Artful Arrangements

Plum Sage Flowers, located in the Highlands neighborhood, is a Denver gem. Founded in 2005 by current owner, Erin Hornstein, the Plum Sage team has grown to include Elizabeth Gotsdiner who has worked with flowers for over 14 years, and Mallory Hight, a Boulder local who grew up taking care of flowers sold at her family’s hardware store. Put together,…


I bet you’re expecting a pun. Now that we’ve fallen out of summer and into autumn (punderful), put your picnic basket in one hand and your pumpkin spice in the other because al fresco dining isn't over yet. Sunny fall days are perfect for tailgates, tapas and toddies. All of this lies ahead before we cruise into the famed Colorado…

Dog + Design

Don't get us wrong, pups are the best roommates, but we could all use a little de-dogging from time to time. 01/// TOY TROUBLE | Let us guess. Your toy basket is overflowing and there have been more than a few occasions where you almost experienced death-by-tennis-ball. Why is that tennis ball always at to the top of the stairs,…

Call Me Old Fashioned

Add mint, lemon and simple into a shaker and muddle. 
Add remaining ingredients and ice, shake and garnish with a mint sprig.

Me Lichen

Care, Light and Temperature: 
Air plants need indirect sunlight and warm temperatures, as they are native to the Southern US, and Central and South America. Air plants thrive at temperatures between 65 and 80 degrees F, so here in Colorado, keep them indoors.