I get super giddy when I discover new online classes!  It’s perfect for moms like me because I can work at my own pace, and around the kids sleeping schedule. Two years ago I took a wonderful class for bloggers called Blogshop (now you can take it online!). I brushed up on my seriously lacking Photoshop skills, and made some new blogger friends.

Most of the time I take classes to fill my brain with blogging tips, and how to write better. Other times I just want to try something new. There is literally a class for everything! Here are my top 5 online classes to try.

ALSO, AMAZINGLY we are offering a discount code for LPP readers who sign up for Nicole’s Classes! 20% off with code LAPETITEPEACH

BEST Online Classes:

1. Nicole’s Classes: I took the photography 101 class which I recommend for anyone who wants to learn digital camera skills. Perfect for bloggers, photographers or anyone looking to take better photos, period.

2. The Blogcademy: If you are a blogger just starting out, haven’t started yet, or have been blogging for years, you MUST take this class. I won’t say anything more-just trust me! The headmistresses are seriously so knowledgeable about every aspect of blogging.

3. A Beautiful Mess: I took the “blog life” class for fun, but it turned out to be super informative. You get to see how these girls took their blog from the ground, to a million dollar business. They also offer creative classes.

4. Blogshop: I mentioned above, this was a fantastic way to get to know Photoshop functions as they apply to bloggers. You meet other fabulous bloggers as well!

5. Braid Creative: If you are in the creative industry or you want to be, then you need to take the Braid, Personal Branding Course ASAP! These girls are legit! I love the letters for creatives too-it’s an email a week from owners Tara and Kathleen sharing business advice.

6. Atly: Hand Lettering is an amazing creative class. There are also classes on business and photography!

*Bonus-I haven’t taken a class from Lynda yet, but I have heard great things!

**Bonus-for friends across the pond-Check out The School of Life

 Photo by Cambria Grace


Every year we travel to Blackberry Farm in the Smoky Mountains during February school vacation. My mom is there and we love to get to spend some time with her.


Now that Luke is getting older, he is harder to travel with when we go to places that Craig and I want to go to. We had to start getting creative with our trips. Here are three things to do at the farm, or anywhere that doesn’t have a kiddie pool.

Things to do on the Farm:

1. Fly Fishing: SO cool that Blackberry offers this. It’s a super great way for dads to bond with the kids. They get all suited up and head to the creek with the fishing professional they have on staff.

2. Scavenger Hunts: This was a LIFESAVER for us this year. Craig and I drew up a contract and check list for Luke to accomplish on his own. We had things like, take a picture of the pigs, bring back a napkin with the Blackberry logo, and meet someone new at the main dining room. The reward is something that we can all agree on and typically related to food.

3. Rent Bikes: You can rent bikes at the farm and there are a ton of trails and golf cart paths to keep you busy for hours. I love this because we got to see the entire property which is stunning!

*Ask for a s’mores kit and sit by the outdoor fire pit!

** You cannot leave without trying the sweet tea…seriously I didn’t know what the big deal was with Southerners and sweet tea…until now.

Bonus: If you are traveling without the kids, or have a night off, we highly recommend the whiskey tasting. Craig did that last year and LOVED it. This year I got a pedicure at the spa and it was heavenly!

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Wesleigh is wearing Waddler co. romper, Zara Coat, Zuzii Shoes, Gap shirt, and turban head warmer by Anthropologie.

Quality knits can actually be really hard to find. This year, although I love to shop local, getting clothing from across the pond, is my favorite past time. The little romper Wesleigh is wearing is from Waddler Co. and their pieces are stunning, soft, and so well made. Sometimes I can’t always find what I need in children’s shops, hence this head warmer which I got at Anthropologie the last time we were in New York City (got myself one too!).  Here are my favorites for buying knits locally, and online…

Knits for Kids

Misha and Puff (local!)

Waddler Co.


Micaela Greg


Oeuf (local!)

Mamy Factory

Photography By Lisa Elizabeth Images

Photography Tip: I put a bunny in the pocket of Wesleigh’s coat to keep her occupied while we photographed her on this COLD New England day!