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Vacation Sign-Off

FILED IN: Behind-the-Scenes, M&G Happenings

Posted By: Jamie Kutchman


Today is my last day work day in the studio before leaving for vacation. To some, disconnecting for vacation is routine or no big deal. But to me, this feels extra special since I've hardly vacationed at all since starting Marigold & Grey. Pre-M&G, I used to travel obsessively anywhere and everywhere, basically all of the time. Some might call it an addiction. But owning a small business is a powerful force and can handcuff you, especially when you love what you're doing. However, enough is enough and you just have to break free.

To celebrate our third wedding anniversary, Jeff and I are jetting off to Turks & Caicos for 5 days!!! This will be our third time visiting Grace Bay Beach, quite frankly, one of our absolute favorite spots on earth.  The last time we were there, I recall lounging on the beach reading through complicated bids from web developers, trying to make a decision on who would ultimately build my M&G website. Time seriously flies.


Starting Sunday, not sure how much I'll blog. Or Instagram. Or Tweet. Or post to Facebook. But it better not be that much.

Katherine, I'm officially handing over the studio reigns to you! Enjoy! Now, off to locate my passport...

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