Everyday Inspirations

 

in·spi·ra·tion

in·spi·ra·tion (ĭn'spə-rā'shən) n. Stimulation of the mind or emotions to a high level of feeling or activity.

Everyday Inspirations is a blog designed to help you find the magic in each day. We believe that the smallest details make life incredible.

At Everyday Inspirations, you will find inspiration around fashion, design, decor, food, entertaining, self-improvement, etiquette, and travel.

Everyday Inspirations: Inspiration for a better life.

{about the authors}


Growing up next to the Wasatch Mountains, Angie and Ashley were bound to be inspired by the natural beauty of the world. Intensely creative and detail-oriented, they enjoy discovering the often-overlooked simplicity in life.

Angie and Ashley have worked on a large number of projects together, as college students, communication professionals and friends. Everyday Inspirations is a fun way for them to share their love of design, food, fitness and travel with the world.

{ashley bunk}

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If you could have a room full of any one thing, what would it be? Brand new clothes.

Favorite scar: On my left elbow. I was horsing around and ran into a light fixture on a houseboat when I was 15.

Celebrity crush: Zac Efron. So pretty. I've also developed a little thing for Edward Norton.

{Harry Potter nerd alert!}  If you could take one class at Hogwarts, what would it be? Potions, but only with Professor Slughorn. 

The best part of writing for EI is... working on a project I'm passionate about with one of my best friends.

Follow Ashley on Twitter at @ashbunk.

{angela fairbanks}

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If you could have a room full of any one thing, what would it be? Brand new clothes (Ashley and I are in the same room, but I ensured that jewelry is included in "brand new clothes").

Favorite scar: On my left arm (next to the mole). It happened when I was born.

Celebrity crush: Michael Buble... for his voice.


{Harry Potter nerd alert!} If you could take one class at Hogwarts, what would it be? Transfiguration, because I feel it would be most useful.

The best part of writing for EI is... learning to look for inspiration every day.

Follow Angie at www.angelafairbanks.com or on Twitter at @amfairbanks.