Spreecast Special Guest: Godfrey Sanders Public Relations

We survived the holidays! The kids are back in school, the husbands are back at work, and we are kicking our regularly scheduled program back into high gear. Join the ladies of Project Nursery for their first “Dish & Design” episode of the new year! […]

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Behind the Scenes with Tori Swaim of New Arrivals, Inc.

You know we love New Arrivals, Inc. bedding, so we were so excited when the creator of the line, Tori Swaim, agreed to write a guest post for us to share with all of you how they painstakingly select and mix and match fabrics in the perfect combinations for your nurseries. Thanks, Tori!   Although much of my day is

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Spreecast Special Guest: Salt & Nectar – Take 2!

After a little technical difficulties last week, Team Project Nursery is ready to jump back into our “Dish & Design” series on Spreecast. Pam and Melisa have been busy in NYC! They will be recapping the highlights from the 2013 Nursery Trends with The MDB Family event, and they might even share a look at their nursery designs! You’ll have

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Spreecast Special Guest: Salt & Nectar

Ready to Spreecast? Project Nursery is! Pam and Melisa will be broadcasting live on Thursday at 10am PST /1pm EST as part of their weekly “Dish & Design” series on Spreecast. It’s been a crazy week! Melisa will be giving us the details on how she survived hurricane Sandy. The ladies will also be discussing upcoming industry events, hot topics

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Pam Chats with Elizabeth Street

Project Nursery’s very own Pam Ginocchio was featured on Elizabeth Street, a website that spotlights tastemaker moms from around the globe. Read the interview and find out more about Pam’s personal design aesthetic and how to let your child’s personality shine in their own rooms.

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Beat the Baby Weight: Questions with Personal Trainer Carly Pizzani

After having my third baby, my body did not bounce back as quickly as after my two previous pregnancies with my boys. I needed to take my body back, so I worked with a personal trainer at my local gym. I hated every aspect of weight training. I had a tough trainer who would exhaust me and make me sweat.

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