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This week I’m heading over to The Interior Revolution to be a guest blogger.  My series will take a look at defining what home means, hanging out at flea markets and how to start a sustainable business.  So please head over there and check it out, and stay tuned for my guest bloggers right here:

Tuesday – David’s regular series In the Workshop

Wednesday – Morgan talks about sustainable suburbia

Thursday – Lauren with another Eco-Architecture case study

It’s a guest blogger bonanza!

Happy Monday.


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Hello!  I’m Monica from Paper Cut Industries and I have been asked to be a guest blogger on this wonderful site. I hope to be able to share with all you the things that inspire me and bring beauty to every day. I’ll be covering  things like color, texture, festivities, fashion and so much more.  Here are a few of my favorite things.  I hope you enjoy them and look forward to reading my future blog posts!

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First of all, I want to say thank you to everyone who has been following the blog – we’ve grown a tremendous amount over the last several months and I couldn’t be more excited.  I love being a part of this strange and awesome internet community.

With that, I’m really excited to announce that starting this month I am introducing some guest bloggers who will be a regular part of Inspired Design Daily!  Allow me to briefly introduce these creative, talented and just generally lovely ladies who will be sharing their insight and making this blog a better place to visit.


Morgan Greenwood, Program Director of the Ecology Center and author of Grounded, a blog all about living well and living sustainably

Monica Majors, Graphic Designer and Owner of Papercut Industries and associated blog

Lauren Moss, LEED AP Architect and owner of MYD Studio and author of associated blog

image courtesy of pixelnovel.com

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