Wit & Delight was created in late 2008 while Kate was working as a graphic designer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kate Arends started Wit & Delight to discover how style fit into her life. Wit & Delight became Kate's way of considering all areas where style is concerned, serving as a platform for her thought process in developing her own personal style.
I'm the first to admit, I love the convenience of today's online market place. But what I've learned to love even more are high-quality goods, designed with care, and mindfully made. Today I'm sharing 4 of my favorite home decor businesses that are working to reduce their impact on the planet.
"Creativity is good for the soul. The brain. The body. . . . It's a pretty good salve for a lot of what ails us in this hyperconnected, yet disconnected existence." Today on the blog contributor Jill Elliott is writing about the impact creativity can have on our lives, and her tips for starting a new creative habit.
I've never been one for fussy meal plans, even when the occasion is special. Today I'm sharing two great recipes that look and taste like you put a ton of work into them but are relatively easy to create within an hour. Bon appétit!
Shop Wit & Delight’s New Planning and Productivity Tools Now!
It’s here, you guys!! I’ve been waiting for this moment for over a year. Today our line of planning and productivity tools launches on Shop Wit & Delight. We toiled, tweaked, and tested these systems to create a suite of products designed to help you find mental clarity, identify what needs to get done by aligning what’s important to you with your day-to-day tasks.
We took a hard look at our relationship with our to-do lists and realized there had to be a better way-—a way to avoid letting the number of tasks we completed define how good or bad our day was.
While getting out of town is a tried and true way to experience the long weekends of summer, Kathryn McLamb has an alternative idea. Today she's writing about the unexpected delight that can come from a staycation. So pack your tote (or fanny pack?) and venture out to explore the magic of your very own city.
"We’re allowed to be vulnerable. We have to be brave to get our work into the world. But do we have to reveal ourselves entirely to succeed as a writer?" Today on the blog Brittany Chaffee is exploring the sometimes inexorable link between vulnerability and writing.
"Books were at once a sweet escape and a sanctuary, an education and a revolt—all things I want desperately for my son—a sticky, crusty, diaper-clad little dude—to grow to love, too." These are a few of the delightful words from contributor April Smasal in today's post on the blog, all about how we can help instill a love for reading in our little ones.
Hello from Jackson Hole! I'm so excited to be spending a long weekend at a retreat in beautiful Wyoming. Read on for the (very, very comfy) list of clothing items I brought with me, plus a few essential toiletries and pieces of gear I packed.
From the early beginnings of Wit & Delight, we've worked to become a place where it's okay to talk about mental illness; a place where dealing with anxiety or depression or something else entirely doesn't make us weird or unlovable, but human. Today on the blog contributor Megan McCarty is writing about a mental health topic very personal to her.
I've been buying used furniture and decor items ever since my college days and have scored a number of my favorite pieces through the process. Today I'm sharing a few helpful tips and tricks for buying scratch and dent furniture that I've picked up over the years.