Dr. Lora Shahine is passionate about changing the narrative surrounding infertility and miscarriage from one of shame to one of support and empowerment. In addition to answering our questions, Dr. Shahine has graciously shared her list of trusted professionals and busted 5 myths about fertility.
Tantrums. Sleepless nights. Defiant attitudes. Bad grades. Bad manners. If you're a parent, you're likely to experience some (or all!) of these challenges with your kids over the years. Through Future Focused Parenting, Deana and Kira offer practical, down-to-earth parenting advice.
I set out to understand which website platforms are the best (and the worst), what drives really fast websites, the state of small business SEO, and how well this stuff correlates with Google SERPs. I’ll even cover everyone’s hot button question - Squarespace, Wix or Wordpress?
The pressure of executing the perfect wedding is not only on the couple exchanging the vows but also on the professionals it takes to pull off their most memorable day. Based on shared experiences from real Seattle couples, we've put together a list of top pros to help you plan your special day.
Madsen Modern owners Brandon and Brian Madsen breathe new life into vintage furniture through thoughtful restoration, whether it's the pieces they sell or pieces clients bring to them to be renewed. The brothers shared with us the importance of restoring quality design for the next generation.
Hello, friends and neighbors! We figured it was about time we properly introduced ourselves. We’re the team behind Fresh Chalk, a new site for sharing recommendations for professionals with your friends.
Raised in Seattle, Ravenna Locksmith owner and operator, Howard Nevitt, still lives in the Maple Leaf house he grew up in. In his youth, Howard was keen on taking things apart, and developed an interest in becoming a locksmith.
In Seattle, no Fresh Chalk user has offered more recommendations in the Wellness category than Lindsay Pedersen, a Ravenna mom, kick-ass business owner, and new author.
In Seattle we’ve had an unwelcome visitor the past few summers - smoke from wildfires burning in the Pacific Northwest. You might recall lovely photos such as this one from last summer. What will you do when the wildfire smoke returns along with the evil red eye?
You’ve got to love a good before-and-after story. To see a space completely transformed before your eyes is nothing short of magic. In this case, the “before” is a humble carport, a term coined by Frank Lloyd Wright way back in 1936.