Little Designer on the Prairie and OC’s resident “unicorn” design/dev. When I’m not sketching logo concepts, polishing color palettes, or geeking out over all things WordPress, you can find me throwing back copious amounts of coffee while helping on my husband’s family’s cattle ranch just south of town off Highway 50.
Just as quickly as an interior design trend surfaces and gains popularity, it is replaced by the next big thing.
If you’ve recently found yourself inspired by the mother of farmhouse-style, Joanna Gaines, an... Read More
Hello, friends and readers, and happy 2019! This month’s edition is the 15th issue of 82801 Life Magazine since Outliers Creative (publishers of this magazine and the County 3 digital news stream) left Homes &... Read More
The gifts have been exchanged, family has come and gone and now you are left with the task of consuming all those leftovers, and putting away your holiday decorations. For many Americans, despite completing the... Read More
The new year is upon us. A time that’s coated with a fresh sheen of optimism and wrapped up with good cheer. The slate has been wiped clean and we can start anew–but are you setting yourself up for failure with... Read More
‘Twas the night before Christmas, and out on the ranch,
the dang stock tank froze over, frosted up like a branch.
Muddy boots were stashed away after feeding and checking,
throughout the snow and mud, they h... Read More
I don’t know about you, but every single year, the holiday season seems to sneak up on me. It’s not like it’s a surprise or anything – the season comes quickly and seemingly earlier each year. Perhaps that’s wh... Read More
Are American farmers and ranchers enduring the worst economic slide in generations? In February, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) predicted that this year, net farm income would hit its lowest point s... Read More
This German word has been a part of the common American English lexicon for over a century. Literally translated as health (gesund) hood (heit), many of us, even those without German ancestry, have become accu... Read More
With each generation becoming further removed from agriculture, it’s becoming increasingly important to discuss the significant impact the industry has on our economy. Wyoming’s ag industry is strong, contribut... Read More
The fall season. It’s so much more than pumpkin spice lattes, scarves and boots. On the ranch, it’s a very busy time. Preg-checking cows, working calves, farming and prepping equipment before the snow flies.... Read More