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Paper and Glam
Los Angeles, California
Glamming it up and getting it done!
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Hi Mary! Thank you for your sweet words and your recent order. I had so much fun getting your hot pink mailer on the way home. Thank you for your support of Paper & Glam!
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2018 on Recording the Reading Life at Paper & Glam
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Here in Los Angeles, we've had the most glorious reading weather the past month. It's been a string of days waking up to gently falling rain which led to misty mornings reading with bright candles and hot coffee. The mornings became cozy afternoons organizing my library while listening for the tea kettle to whistle. As I took the books from... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2018 at Paper & Glam
Hi Jill! I'm so excited you and Ginger are planning to read along. Thank YOU for taking the time to let me know and taking this journey with me. Lots of love going out to two of my favorite sisters! ☕️ 📖💕
Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2017 on God & Glam: The Bible Study at Paper & Glam
Hi Jenn! I love hearing the book is resonating. It's going to be a beautiful and transformative year!
Toggle Commented Nov 26, 2017 on God & Glam: The Bible Study at Paper & Glam
Hi Zoe! Welcome to Paper & Glam. I use the large Kikki K planner binders. Most of the Plan With Me videos walk through the different levels and the subscribe page here --> https://shop.paperandglam.com/collections/glam-mail/subscription also gives a comparison of all three. Oh yes, that book was in my Glam Easter Basket Haul. It's called Bible Promises for Life for Women and you get grab a copy here. ----> http://amzn.to/2iT0sR0 If you have any more questions as you get connected, feel free to e-mail teamglam@paperandglam.com Lots of love, Lisamarie
Toggle Commented Nov 26, 2017 on CONNECT at Paper & Glam
Hi Natalie! I'm so excited you're excited. :) Thank you for bringing that typo to my attention. The post should say the digital version is available instantly. It's updated!
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2017 on The Paper & Glam Book Club 2018 at Paper & Glam
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Paper & Glam Sisters, At long last, after two years of prep the Paper & Glam Bible Study is here! Today we kick off our first year of God & Glam together. But before we begin, let's talk through the foundation for the study and the heart behind it. You may be thinking that the weekend after Thanksgiving is an... Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2017 at Paper & Glam
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Paper & Glam Readers, It's time to meet our 2018 Reading List! Before I walk through our year in books, let's briefly discuss the framework and heart behind the Paper & Glam Book Club. How are the titles chosen each year? Our reading list framework is a three-way split between classics, fiction, and non-fiction. In addition, the list includes a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2017 at Paper & Glam
Hi Jackie! It's great to be back. Thanks for sticking with me and all your support of Paper & Glam. Links are added, great catch!
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Polka Dot Food Prep Prep Board: Kate Spade (only $25 and such a beautiful kitchen addition) | Food Grade Popsicle Sticks: Amazon | Hot Pink Knife: Pure Komachi Happy Watermelon Day, girlfriends! Today, as my seasonal sisters know, is Watermelon Day! Here in sunny LA we have a very, humid and hot Thursday. It wasn't hard to convince me to... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2017 at Paper & Glam
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Happy Lipstick Day Paper & Glam Family! Today I'm celebrating this very glam holiday by documenting the lipsticks that take me from January through December each year. Last year, I began this tradition and I've got a couple new favorites to add to the list of lips I love. Before we get to my favorites, here's a few lipstick facts... Continue reading
Posted Jul 29, 2017 at Paper & Glam
Oh I love that plan, Robin! I, too, like to spend an academic year with an author starting in the fall. As of September, when we read Gatsby, I've been spending time with Fitzgerald. On the book club front, we'll spend a year with Shakespeare in 2018, Austen in 2019, Dickens in 2020, and 2021 with the Brontes. As you put it, these authors are way too prolific for a big group of readers so the four classic selections will revolve around those authors including two modern adaptations and two of the works of literature themselves. Yes, I'm a huge nerd and I plan our book club classics years in advance, subject to change of course. ;) Thanks for reading along with us!
Toggle Commented Nov 30, 2016 on The Paper & Glam Book Club 2017 at Paper & Glam
Hi Jenn! Same here, sister. A few years back before I started The Paper & Glam Book Club, I found myself only reading non-fiction. I wanted to learn to love fiction and the classics, young adult and children's lit from readers who loved those genres as well. Cheers to a year of well-rounded reading! Lisamarie
Toggle Commented Nov 20, 2016 on The Paper & Glam Book Club 2017 at Paper & Glam
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Paper & Glam Readers, It's time to meet our 2017 Reading List! Before I walk through our year in books, let's briefly discuss the framework and intention of the Paper & Glam Book Club. How are the titles chosen each year? Our reading list framework is a three-way split between classics, fiction, and non-fiction. In addition, the list includes a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2016 at Paper & Glam
Hi Erin! Thank you for your interest in Paper and Glam stickers. There are not multiple size options. Go ahead and take a look around the shop and then feel free to e-mail me at teamglam@paperandglam.com with any questions. Gratefully, Lisamarie
Toggle Commented Sep 1, 2016 on Glam Fall at Paper & Glam
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If you’ve hung around Paper & Glam for any length of time, then you’ve run into my freebie seasonal living lists: 18 reasons to celebrate every month of the year and their matching planner kits. I love to mark time and celebrate each season of the year with festive traditions. The cyclical nature of our seasons is comforting and reassuring... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2016 at Paper & Glam
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Happy Weekend Glam Fam, Today we're talking shop! As a seasonal living guru trying her best to live in the moment, I'm in no hurry to rush us out of summer. And yet, I would be remiss if I didn't take a moment to talk about the glam greatest hit here on the blog: Glam Fall! At the moment, there... Continue reading
Posted Aug 27, 2016 at Paper & Glam
Thank you!! Much love from LA, Lisamarie
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on On Margin & Real Life at Paper & Glam
Hi Remika! Awww it's been too long, girlfriend. I hear you, it's time to leave those old narratives at the foot of the cross!
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on On Margin & Real Life at Paper & Glam
Hi Wendy! Yes, yes, yes! I loved what you said about lost time. I often feel the weight of lost time and it keeps me from moving forward as well. Thank you for your candor, Lisamarie
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on On Margin & Real Life at Paper & Glam
Hi Paula! Thank you for taking the time to share. Even at 30, certain seasons can feel like the end of my story. I constantly remind myself, this is not the end of my story, keep going! Love from LA, Lisamarie
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on On Margin & Real Life at Paper & Glam
Hi Carmen! Aww thank you for the encouraging words. Here's to keeping it real and enjoying life! Gratefully, Lisamarie
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on On Margin & Real Life at Paper & Glam
Hi Stephanie! I'm in a similar season. It's ok for us to step back and take the time to remake our lives in a way that works for us. Once we have that permission from ourselves, it's often downhill from there. :) Gratefully, Lisamarie
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on On Margin & Real Life at Paper & Glam
Exactly, Adrienne! I can't imagine managing a full-time job outside the home with health challenges. I could barely manage it healthy! I completely agree, enjoying our lives with the people we love should be our first priority, not a spotless house.
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on On Margin & Real Life at Paper & Glam
Hi Gemma! Absolutely, you nailed it. There is an expectation to put out content regularly and consistently and if you break from that the assumption is that something is wrong. When in reality, it likely means something is deeply right and grounded, and income is not dependent on view count or constant promotion. We need to live lives that not only look good on the outside but feel good on the inside and that means creating margin. Thank you for taking the time to read and share your thoughts!
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on On Margin & Real Life at Paper & Glam