About

Hi. I’m Tauni. It’s nice to meet you.

I am a totally non-traditional traditionalist, former public relations executive who spent the last 12 years handling communications and events for an array of clients from the NBA and Olympics to numerous high ranking politicians. I’ve spent time pitching sports in France and waking up early in New York to visit the Today Show.

After meeting my wonderful Mr. and his three boys, I refocused my career to spend more time at home in Salt Lake City. Today, I handle social media for a local agency, write for the newspaper and sometimes uses 10 words when five would probably do. Perfect for blogging, no?

I thought so, and started this blog in June 2010.

This blog is my exploration of everyday rituals, quirky holidays, family traditions and all of the things that make a house, a home.

Stick around for awhile and while you’re at it, why don’t you share your favorite traditions with me?

In addition to this blog, I host a party at BlogHer in August with Jill, Loralee and Stephanie called The Best Little Party.

I am also the founder of SNAP! – a social media conference catering to bloggers who focus on contemporary crafts, modern handmade, events and home DIY. Stop by and meet the 2012 team!

Meet some of the wonderful people who have featured my blog:

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6 Responses to " About "

  1. [...] must be a big deal. It finally brought Tauni out of bloggy hibernation. Learn more about why she is involved with SNAP! in her recent [...]

  2. Home Decor
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    I have always been a fan of home related blogs. The information comes from someone who is just like me. I really appreciate the effort you have put into this blog, tauni!

  3. [...] there was one unexpected incident in the Reverse Canvas class involving self-proclaimed non-crafter Tauni Everett. Shortly after receiving a “good job” star to the forehead for special craft achievement, there [...]

    • Myllena
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      Mashed or Baked?? ;) SO I am totally with you. I never once got out my carema! Lucky for me my friend Rach took all the pics and I just stole them from her! ha haI have to say that you and Shelly are probably two of my favorite people I met at SNAP! I LOVE YOU GUYS! That night at JCW was a blast and when we almost died in the car with Shelly at the wheel definitely brought us all closer ;) LOL!! Love you ladies!! xoxo

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  4. Johnk974
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