Sunshine ISSUE NUMBER FIVE
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Designers Bob and Cortney Novogratz with their seven children. Learn more about them on page 50.
Photo by Lyndsay Almeida
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Issue Number Five
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SWIMSUITS FOR THE FAMILY
TALKING ABOUT TACOS
A list of our favorite cookbooks for summer. Recipes that will make the warmer months a little more delicious.
Stylish beach options for every member of your family that will hold up through the wind and waves.
Not your mama's taco recipes! Two recipes to add a little spice to a classic summer lunch and beautiful photography from guest contributor, Lyndsay Almeida.
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Learn the ins and outs of an off-grid farm that perfectly captures the spirit of natural living.
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A CHAT ABOUT
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CELEBS WITH WEEKEND A flowing sundress and versatile flats are essential for your summer wardrobe.
Ballet Flats www.toms.com
Zooey Deschenel is not afraid to flaunt her unique style. Some may call it "dorky-chic", some may call it "quirky," we call it perfect.
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Pair a blazer and preppy top with shorts for a look that will transition easily from day to night.
MEET THE TEAM
MICHELLE DRASHMAN Contributor
"The best thing about summer is cheap and sweet watermelon in my fridge. I just love how time seems to slow down a bit in summer. I feel like I can breathe easier."
"The best thing about summer is rolling the windows down and blaring country music. It makes me feel like I'm back in Georgia."
Bob & Cortney Novogratz Taproot Farms Heather Fujikawa Heidi Andrews Sincerely Kinsey Blog Sarah Pounds Rodan + Fields Dermatology
ALLACE, THE WELCOME, JANA W OUR RODAN + NEWEST MEMBER OF G TEAM! FIELDS ADVERTISIN
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COMING THIS SUMMER TO
PEOPLE, PLACES, AND PROJECTS TO KEEP YOU INSPIRED ALL SUMMER clockwise from top left:
kale salad, summer outings, keeping your face clean, potato stamps, sparklers on cakes, outdoor dining, patriotic popsicles, wood planters
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YOU’RE SO FLY. No, really. You are.
AND YOUR FRIENDS, SPOUSE, OR KIDS PROBABLY ARE TOO. So make them smile with a fun and free printable 3 1/2” x 5” card or instagrammable square note from our shoppe!
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EDITOR'S WISHLIST KEEP COOL ALL SUMMER WITH THESE FAVORITES
Backpacks always have been and always will be my favorite accessory. This one is very grown up and cool.
BLOOD ORANGE SORBET This is my favorite post beach treat. It is sweet and fresh. www.ciaobella.com
RED CAP Protect your face at the beach! Sun damage is not cute, but this red cap by Lacoste is! www.lacoste.com
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PINK NIKES WIRE PENDANT LIGHT
Light fixtures are my weakness. I love how this one is rustic and delicate. www.rh.com
For morning workouts and afternoon outings to the frozen yogurt place. www.nike.com
NAVY NECKTIE I love buying ties for my husband. I may add this one to his snazzy collection. www.jcrew.com
Wear it to a festive Fourth of July celebration or to the market on a Tuesday.
Big rings are my favorite way to make myself feel dressed up and fancy. www.nordstrom.com
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We believe that you really get out of swimsuits what you pay for them. Here are a few comfortable beach options that are well worth the buck!
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Sun Hat from Banana Republic $30
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Swim Trunks by The North Face $40
Ralph Lauren Swim Trunks $40 Trucker Hat by Patagonia $20
Rubber Shoes by Native $30
Nike Cortez Tennis Shoes $80
R E T S I S Swimsuit from Saks Fifth Avenue $45
Swimsuit from J. Crew $75
Flip Flops by Havianna $30
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HOW TO WEAR IT:
GO FROM A PICN IC IN THE PARK TO A LATE NIGH T FIREWORKS SHOW IN THIS C OMFORTABLE SHIRT AND SKIR T. LEANN SAYS, "THE FOURTH IS MY FAVORITE HOLIDAY, AND I DO PLAN AN APPROPRIATELY THEMED OUTFIT EVERY YEAR."
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Photo by Lyndsay Almieda
FRESH FISH TACOS 2 lbs sea trout fillets (or any white fish), cut into 1 inch thick fillets 1 stick butter, melted 1/2 cup blackening seasoning 2 tablespoons olive oil corn tortillas, heated shredded cabbage Fish Taco Sauce (below)
FISH TACO SAUCE Juice of 1/2 lime 1/2 cup light sour cream 1/2 cup light mayo 1 tablespoon garlic salt 1-2 chipotle pepper in adobo sauce 1/2 cup roughly chopped cilantro
Coat cast iron skillet with olive oil. Preheat cast iron skillet to roughly 350 degrees in the oven. And once heated, move to grill that has already been heated to 400 degrees. Toss fish with melted butter. Using 1/4 cup seasonings cover one side of fish. Place seasoning side down in cast iron skillet. Allow to cook for 2 minutes. During this time coat the side of fish facing up with the other 1/4 cup seasonings. Flip fish and allow to cook another 2 minutes, or until cooked thoroughly. Then fill tortillas with fish, cabbage, a drizzle of the Fish Taco Sauce and enjoy! Fish Taco Sauce: Using your food processor or blender, purĂŠe all ingredients together. Refrigerate until ready to use.
Photo by Lyndsay Almieda
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Photo by Lyndsay Almieda
STEAK TACOS 3 pounds bone-in chuck roast, trimmed of fat 5 cloves, minced garlic 1 onion, chopped Juice of 3 limes 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon smoked paprika Salt and pepper to taste 1 cup fresh cilantro, torn 8 ounces beer 16 small flour tortillas
Toppings Pepper Jack cheese Guacamole or sliced avocados Shredded cabbage Lime wedges Salsa Spicy Crema Mexicana (1 cup sour cream mixed with two tablespoons taco seasoning)
Place the roast in a slow cooker, and then add the garlic, onions, lime juice, olive oil, spices, and salt and pepper. Massage all the ingredients into the meat and let sit for 15 minutes. Top with the chili, cilantro and beer, and then cover. Set the slow cooker to high and cook for 4 hours on high or 6 hours on low. Once the meat is tender and falling apart, remove and shred, discarding any bones and extra fat. Cover meat to keep warm and set it aside. Skim off as much fat as you can from the liquid in the slow cooker and drizzle some of the remaining juices over the meat to keep it moist and flavorful. Using tongs, toast the tortillas very lightly over a low burner. Tortillas will toast quickly, in 10-15 seconds. Fill tortillas and enjoy!
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This project is brought to you by the beautiful Sincerely Kinsey blog. Her site is full of beautiful inspiration and fun little projects. See more of Kinsey's work at www.sincerelykinsey.blogspot.com
PLACES we LOVE TAPROOT FARMS
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aproot Farms, Co. is a family owned and operated business specializing in handcrafted natural skin care products. From shea butter to their popular goat milk soap, all of thier products are created on the family's offgrid farmstead in Chickaloon, Alaska. We were thrilled to hear the story straight from the farmers. "Our story began in the late 1990's as a father/son homeschool project. Arctic Breeze, as we were called at the time, emerged from that project and we started selling our products to family and friends. To our surprise, it was actually pretty successful for being a kitchen operation. Desiring a more simple lifestyle, in 2005 we moved our family business to a 197 acre farmstead in Chickaloon. Taproot Farms, Co. was born from and inpired by that drastic change in our lifestyle."
WHAT'S BEHIND THE NAME? We first chose the name Taproot becasue it just sounded cool. But as we have grown as individuals and as a company, we have realized that our name couldn't be more perfect for us. We desire to be a taproot in people's lives, inspiring them to live more simply, sustainably, and fully as a community.
WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT YOUR WORK? One thing that we are very passionate about is finding contentment in everything we do. It's easy to be happy doing the things you like, such as interacting with customers at the market. It is a lot more challenging finding that same joy while mucking out
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the goat pen on a blazing hot day. Life is full of adversity. We have found so much peace and happiness learning to embrace the challenges and joys with the same attitude.
WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST CHALLENGE? The greatest joy is also the hardest challenge. We often struggle to be content through all processes and seasons of life and work. But hey, we're only human.
WHAT ARE YOUR MOST POPULAR PRODUCTS? Argan oil, shea butter, and goat milk soap. Argan oil is an incredible multipurpose oil, excellent for all skin types. It makes the most amazing moisturizer! Shea is great for those who suffer from dry skin, especially for us Alaskans. Our goat milk soap is made with our own goat's milk, from our farm. It is truly astounding how much of a difference goat milk makes in soap. It is a skin super food! We also have some really exciting new products and lines in the works. They are top secret, of course, so you will have to stay tuned!
DESCRIBE A TYPICAL DAY AT TAPROOT FARMS. Oh gosh, no two days are alike around here. Since we live off-grid, we are often directed by the weather. If it snows a lot, the day is usually spent doing snow removal and plowing our two mile, unmaintained road. If it is super sunny or windy, it's laundry and vacuuming day. The only "constants"
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are making and shipping products, milking the goats, and taking care of our livestock.
WHAT KEEPS YOU INSPIRED? We are constantly inspired by our customers, or our "tribe" as we like to call them. Seeing their desire to live more simply, wholly, and naturally fuels us and inspires us to help meet their needs.
ANY EXCITING STORIES FROM THE FARM? There are so many crazy stories in our past; so many fly by the seat of our pants moments. Most of the time, they involved our goats. When we first decided to get goats, it was on a total whim. The day we picked them up, we didn't have any hay and their pen wasn't even finished yet. WE will never forget the hilarious display it was trying to contain them while we frantically worked on their pen, in the freezing winder wind. Goat's are master escape artists and can get spooked very easily. They were running EVERTYWHERE, and all we remember is thinking that they were going to run off in the woods and get eaten by bears. You would think we would have learned our lesson then, but no. We had to repeat the same situation when we first got pigs. Except in that scenario, we were sprinting through the woods trying to find teeny tiny little pigs.
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Autumn age 2
Loves hide and seek, ice cream, popcorn, & bubble baths
FIND THISK LOO SWIMSUIT: MINI RODINI www.zulily.com
See more of Autumn's stylish life on her mom's beautiful instagram account: @mrs_pounds
BOOTS: HUNTER www.zappos.com WATERING CAN: TARGET www.target.com
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The Southern Food Truck Cookbook
Heather Donahoe $24.99
Meatless Martha Stewart Living $25
People's Pops Nathalie Jordi $16.99
Homemade Summer Yvette van Boven $35
The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook Deb Perelman $35
Summer is a perfect time to try fresh new recipes. There's nothing quite like the feeling of sitting down to eat a light, home cooked dish with sun kissed shoulders and wet beach hair.
CITY ST SUNSHINE VISITS SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
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No. GREEN TRUCK
Former fast food restaraunt turned relaxed neighborhood burger joint. Serving grass fed burgers alongside hand cut fries and homemade ketchup. 2430 Habersham St. Savannah, GA 31401 (912) 234-5885
No.1 Green Truck
MUST TRY The classic cheesburger with cheddar cheese. The homemade pickles add just the right amount of zing!
What we We love the farm-to-table aspect of Green Truck and the laid back atmosphere that provides a unique experience for tourists and locals alike.
Market and Brocante owned by Paula Danyluk, a world traveler with a love for vintage lighting and distressed details. Includes a Parisian-style cafe and something to look at in every corner. 36 W Broughton St Savannah, GA 31401 (912) 232-1500
No. 2 Paris Market
MUST TRY Although Paris Market is known for it's cafe lattes, our favorite is the lavendar iced tea. Try it with a macaroon.
What we We love the old furniture piled high with soaps and books and toys and dishes and linens. The playful French music in the background takes you to another place!
No. GALLERY ESPRESSO A cozy coffee shop located in the heart of downtown Savannah. Offering the coolest combination of good coffee, homemade desserts, and local original art pieces.
234 Bull St Savannah, GA 31401 (912) 233-5348
No. 3 Gallery Espresso
MUST TRY The chai latte is the perfect choice if you need to warm up, the iced mocha if you need to cool down. Order with the chocolate muffin; it's huge!
What we Did we mention the chocolate muffins? The room is eclectic and well-worn. We love the variety of people clicking across the hardwood floors and collection of art along the brick walls.
Fine Linens and Fabrics specializing in high quality, natural fiber fabrics and hard to find notions. A dream come true for DIY-ers, interior designers and everyone in between.
2 E Liberty St Savannah, GA 31401 (912) 236-1122
No. 4 Fabrika
If you can't decide on a decorative fabric, grab a few yards of muslin. It will inspire your inner designer.
What we The entire place is breathtaking. The white walls, floors, and ceilings are a perfect backdrop for the gorgeous printed fabrics. Fabrika offers designer fabrics, unusual buttons, and a myriad of sewing essentials that you'll never find in a big fabric store.
BACK IN THE DAY BAKERY
Serving up Savannah's best desserts, lunch, artisan breads, and espresso bar. Owned by two true American bakers who dreamed of opening a made-from-scratch bakery. 2403 Bull St Savannah, GA 31401 (912) 495-9292
No. 5 Back In The Day Bakery
The old fashioned cupcake is like nothing you have every tasted. Also try the made-inhouse syrups (like lavendar honey) in a cup of hot tea.
What we Everything from the distressed brick walls to the vintage chandeliers to the adorable employees make Back In The Day Bakery a true step back into a more relaxed time and place. It's buzzing with energy and smells of sugary goodness.
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DESIGN AN INTERVIEW WITH BOB AND CORTNEY NOVOGRATZ
ob and Cortney Novogratz caught our attention a few years ago when thier Bravo TV show, Nine By Design, made it's debut. Then we followed them over to HGTV and glued ourselves to their design show. This married couple is known for their distinctive, urban-bohemian design style. They have a gift for mixing new and vintage with high end and thrifted. Life in New York City with seven children has developed the Novogratz style into something functional with a touch of quirk. They transform homes and buildings into whimsical living spaces. Bob and Cortney tell us, "We wear many hats, from building, designing products, hotel design, and
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television shows." They've recently added dinnerware designers to their resume with a wildly colorful collection exclusivly for Macy's.
HOW DID YOU GET STARTED?
"We purchased a dilapidated brownstone in Chelsea (a neighborhood on the West side of Manhattan) 16 years ago and everything after that is history."
WHAT KEEPS YOU INSPIRED? "Youth, big cities, fashion, film, travel, humor, and most especially, color."
WHAT IS THE BEST PART OF YOUR WORK? "Working with great clients who take chances and respect the work that we do."
"ALWAYSHAVEFUN! TAKECHANCES AND DON'TBEAFRAIDTOFAILORBEDIFFERENT."
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BOB AND CORTNEY WITH SKATEBOARD PRO, TONY HAWK
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WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOST MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE? The opening of our first hotel (The Bungalow Hotel in Long Branch, New Jersey) to an enthusiastic crowd!
HAS YOUR DESIGN STYLE CHANGED OVER THE YEARS?
Our designs have become more modern with cleaner lines. But since our style is always changing, that might reverse in the future. Itâ€™s very fluid.
HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR DAYS OFF? Relaxing with the family on a beach in Brazil (where the Novogratz family owns a beach house on the Trancoso coast) dreaming of new design ideas.
WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR FUTURE BUSINESS OWNERS? Always have fun! Take chances and don't be afraid to fail or be different. Also, the team you build around you is the most important deal you can put together.
WHAT'S NEXT FOR YOU?
Continuing to grow our Novogratz brand. Keep up with Bob and Cortney on their website: www.thenovogratz.com
FAIRY BIRDS A PAIR OF TWIN SISTERS WORK TOGETHER TO TEACH CHILDREN THE POSITIVE RESULTS OF KINDNESS AND GIVING
eather and Heidi started working together when they created an accessory line called True Birds. They were at a special appearance for Nordstrom when the store manager asked the twin sisters when they were going to start a clothing line. "This got us thinking where we wanted to take our company next. So we thought and thought some more and something crazy happened, out of the blue we both had the same idea of writing a children's book and also the exact same storyline in our heads. Never had it occurred to us that we should write a book but sure enough the stars alined and we moved forward and have loved it ever since." The book is called Fairy Birds. It is a positive experience in children's literature where children can learn great characteristics like giving, loving, and kindness in a fun and adventurous way. We asked Heather and Heidi a few questions about their colorful work and artistic lives. WHAT'S IT LIKE WORKING WITH YOUR SISTER? HEATHER: We love creating together and love how our work causes us to speak on the phone at least a few times a day! Sisters talk all the time anyway but working with your sister causes you to literally always be in touch, that is the best bonus of working together! HEIDI: Working with my best friend, could there be anything better? It is such a great way to connect with one another. Sometimes we can be a bit goofy and other times we get creative. I love that we both bring something unique to the table.
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WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE PART OF YOUR WORK? HEATHER: Creating! We love to create together whether that is writing or coming up with the next outfit for one of our book characters. We love gathering inspiration and we love turning our pages of Fairy Birds into real life through our community parties we throw. They are a lot of work but they are so fun and rewarding in that we get to connect with local communities and meet kids where we can teach them about the giving movement of the book in person. HEIDI: Letting our creative juices fly. It is so fun and rewarding to write books that get our minds reeling and thinking of ways we can get kids inspired to do good in this world. I love the interaction the book creates between us and our readers. To see their faces light up and talk about how they can give in their lives makes everything worth it. WHAT KEEPS YOU INSPIRED? HEATHER: Each other! I feel like we push each other to be more creative, think outside the box, and grow. I also feel that traveling and being outdoors keeps us plugged into being different and keeping a fresh approach on things as we gather inspiration from that.
HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR DAYS OFF? At the beach! We love to go to the beach together to relax and rejuvenate with the kids.
WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR MOST MEMORABLE FAIRY BIRDS EXPERIENCE? HEIDI: To date the most memorable experience we has been the amazing opportunity to meet with a group in Dallas, Texas to kick-off their preventative at-risk youth program. It was such a special experience to read the book to these children. They were so responsive and we had a great discussion on how to they could give in their own homes. The answers they gave were very heartfelt and sweet. They were so excited about the book and gave us such a warm response. Despite their difficulties they had in their own homes, they were optimistic and full of happiness. We walked out of this experience with positive vibes and endless smiles. A book reading we will never forget.
It is so fun and rewarding s d in m r ou t e g t a h t s k oo b to write e can w s y a w of g in k in h t d n a reeling ood g o d o t d e ir p s in s id k t e g in this world. WHAT IS NEXT FOR YOUR BUSINESS? More Fairy Birds Giving Movement parties around the USA and book #2 coming out hopefully Fall/Winter 2014!
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WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST CHALLENGE? HEIDI: Distance. Heather lived in Verona, Italy and I lived in San Diego, CA when we wrote and published the book. The time zone difference sometimes made it difficult to connect but we were flexible and found times that worked with each others' schedule. Due to the modern day convenience of Skype and Facetime we were really able to connect and felt at times that we were sitting right next to each other which made the writing and editing process so much fun! Now Heather lives in Dallas, TX and I still currently live in San Diego still working alongside each other on Facetime and loving it. DESCRIBE YOUR PERSONAL STYLE. HEATHER: I'd say modern hippie. I find myself wearing a mix of lights, brights, lace and natural fabrics. I like things that flow. I also love layered jewelry and beach waves in my hair. HEIDI: I love the hippie style as well, but also love to mix it up with fresh current prints. I love to accessorize with bright pops of color and create soft, natural curls with my hair. FAVORITE BEAUTY TIPS? HEATHER: I love a bright lipstick and a bit of bronzer. I feel like a bright lip can pop your features and a bronzer gives me a little sunshine in my every day. HEIDI: My staples are mascara and a small amount of eyeliner. A pop of coral on those lovely cheekbones makes you feel vibrant, and a rotating lip color keeps things interesting.
KEEP UP WITH THE LATEST FAIRY BIRDS ADVENTURES AT www.fairybirds.com
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R UL E S FOR WEARING
camo one at a time
Camo is a strong pattern. You only need one article of camo paired with simple solids to make a bold statement.
save the trees
Camo comes in many different patterns. Avoid tree or desert patterns. If you're going for a fashionable look, stick with a classic, traditional green camo.
If you are going to rock a camo look, be sure the pieces fit your body in a flattering way. Your act of fashion bravery can go terribly wrong with ill-fitting pieces. If you don't want to draw attention to your bottom half, only wear camo on the top.
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Published on Apr 30, 2014