Common Sense and Coffee – Book by Angel Robinson

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Have you ever wished that you could write down all the pearls of wisdom you remember from your parents or your friends or even your favorite television character? Every morning, Angel Robinson writes in her journals while savoring her beloved New Orleans coffee and chicory. These writings are interspersed with …

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We’re so Back!

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What a wild journey it has been to get back to you! I’m ecstatic that this site is back better than ever. Everything is different. From my new fantastic logo, to the color scheme, look and feel, it’s all brand new. I have loved pale pink and grey since I …

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I Gave Up Social Media for a Month and My Life Didn’t End

Write Robinson began long before the days of Facebook or Twitter or Instagram or Pinterest or Snapchat or Periscope or any of the other myriad platforms in which current conventional wisdom dictates I participate. In the beginning, my method of telling people about my work was through email or writing …

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Custom Stationery: Thank You Notes in Black Marble

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Creating custom stationery is perhaps one of my favorite things to do. There is nothing like getting to know a client and designing a stationery package that exemplifies them while adhering to my style aesthetic. My client wanted a set of thank you notes that she could use for her …

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Thought of the day: Success is Personal

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I don’t know a single person who doesn’t want to be successful. Some of them measure that success in money. Some measure career achievement, the big office or the big title. Others measure their success by the strength of their marriages or the achievements of their children. The measurement doesn’t …

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Thought of Day: What If You Say Yes?

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The 4 year old and I were having more creation time when she asked me if she could use the huge tub of glue by herself. She asked me, “What if you let me do it by myself?” I responded, “What if I say no?” And immediately countered with, “Oh …

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Thought of the Day: Make Time for Creation Time

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Whenever my four year old niece does anything art related from simple crayola drawings to organized craft projects, she calls it creation time. I fell in love with that term so now I use it too. Yesterday, we had a full afternoon of creation time. We made decoupaged picture frames …

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Thought of the Day: Figure It Out

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I grew up around people who didn’t necessarily cater to children. I am in no way saying myself or my brother or my cousins weren’t loved. We were loved immensely. But, we were not catered to. Adults didn’t fawn over us and solve our every problem and never let us …

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