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Sarah Greenman’s Style Story

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Sarah Greenman, today’s Style Story guest, is a bonafide master at the working with what you’ve got philosphy. She’s a woman very much after my own heart. She and her husband Jack live in Dallas with their two precious boys, Walker and Charlie. Jack is a theatre professor at Southern Methodist University and Sarah is a freelance writer, painter, and author currently working on publishing her first couple books.

Now, I can tell you from experience that an artist’s lifestyle is a beautiful one but one that also comes with a lot of sacrifice, especially in matters of income and budget. Place on top of that the sacrifices of a teacher’s lifestyle and, well, you get the picture. Working with what you’ve got is an everyday affair… and something, I might add, that Sarah does brilliantly! Case-in-point, everything below.

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Sarah’s thoughtful, vibrant style couldn’t be contained in just one post. Come back tomorrow to take a tour through her studio space as well, where all the creative magic happens.

And in the meantime, get to know Sarah a little better through her various blogs and contributions. I tell ya, this woman is one  productive lady! Her spirit of joy that bleeds through the digital pages of her online work is infectious and I love it.



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  • Reply Jeanne Medina October 29, 2013 at 10:23 am

    Love this!

  • Reply Angela October 30, 2013 at 9:32 am

    Sarah’s home makes me happy. So vibrant and charming. Love the red dining chairs!

  • Reply Mary Evelyn Smith November 17, 2013 at 1:37 pm

    I am TOTALLY copying those big circles on her entryway wall! I can’t afford wallpaper but I think I can make that happen. Yay!

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