What I’ve Learned: Heather Arthur, Stuntwoman

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Heather Arthur is stuntwoman and mother of two young children.  She currently resides in the Los Angeles area but is originally from Colorado.  You can view her stunt reel here and her IMDB page here

“I became a stuntwoman about 8 years ago now.  I have a 2 year old son and a 3 month old girl.  My husband is stuntman, too.  We were working corporate jobs in Colorado when we got a call about an opportunity to work on the set of Lost.  We both quit our jobs and moved to Hawaii in less than a week.

My husband Jon and I met in college and were married after dating for just 2 years.  Before we decided to become full time stunt actors we were working corporate jobs in Colorado, but we hated our jobs.  We just weren’t cut out for corporate life. Continue reading

What I’ve Learned: Jessica Kraus, Blogger

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Jessica Kraus is a blogger and mom from Southern California.  Her blog “House of Habit” documents the upbringing of her three young boys, their wily antics, and her creatively decorated home.  You can follow Jessica’s life and travel adventures on Instagram or buy a homemade teepee from her Etsy store.  They’re totally cool. Continue reading

What I’ve Learned: Oana Befort, Illustrator

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Oana Befort is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator living in Bucharest, Romania with her husband and 3-year old son Sammy.  Oana is Romanian and her husband is American; their son is a “Romerican.” Her illustrations are truly gorgeous – you can check them out on her blog here.  We asked Oana a few questions about motherhood and blogging, you can read her answers below.   Continue reading

What I’ve Learned: Sarah Nelson, Blogger

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Sarah Nelson is a mom, blogger, fashion lover, and interior decorator living in the Portland, OR area.  Her blog Frills for Thrills features style tips, DIY tutorials, photos from her travels, and honest memoirs about her journey through the identity change of becoming a mom for the first time.  You can follow her on twitter @frills4thrills    Continue reading