I have been away from Nat Sees Style for a while, but with good reason – I’m back and I have some exciting news! For the past nine months or so I have been an editor at Stampington & Company. Time has flown by! Each of our magazines center on a specific part of the art and craft world: some focus on art, others on handcrafted goods, clothing and accessories, and others on events and get-togethers. The four magazines I manage are all pretty different from each other, which makes it interesting. So far I have been responsible for Jewelry Affaire, Haute Handbags, Sew Somerset, and Somerset Studio Gallery, which keeps me quite busy but it’s good to be busy, right?
I enjoy having a full To Do list and searching for new and exciting content to fill the pages of my magazines, which is why I was so excited to be offered the position of managing editor of one of our newest magazines, Willow and Sage! I have to admit, when I was in high school and college I was not the most diligent at washing my face, moisturizing, wearing sunscreen, et al., but in the past few years I have really taken an interest in skincare and beauty products, especially those made with all natural ingredients, and have incorporated them into my daily routine. I’m thrilled to dive in and start seeking out the benefits of essential oils, salts, and pantry staples like coconut oil: these are just some of the many topics we cover in the magazine. I like to share exciting details of my days at Stampington & Company, so if you’re a bath and beauty enthusiast, I know you’ll enjoy the posts to come!