Calm and Collected, 5 reasons a DIY-er Should Hire an Interior DesignerYou are a DIYer, the very definition of which implies you don’t need professional help! You love to make and/or repurpose items for your home. You probably even have friends who come to you for home advice, so why in the world would YOU hire an interior designer, especially an e-designer?!

Sometimes you just need advice. Sometimes you can tell there is something missing, but you just don’t know what it is. You might be great with a hammer, but you’re not so confident about choosing wall colors. I can help you problem solve!

As an e-designer (or virtual designer) myself, let me tell you some ways I have been helpful to DIYers.

I can:

  1. Provide a Professional Assessment– I can objectively assess how your home works or doesn’t work for you. I will see and notice things that you may not and can help you determine what to keep in the space and what to edit out. Do you and your spouse or roommates want different things from your space? I can help remedy conflict and find the best way to marry your styles. I can help you come up with a solid plan of action for moving forward with arranging and decorating your home.
  2. Help You Determine Your Style– Knowing your style is like following a road-map. What color should you use to refinish that dresser for your foyer? Should you buy that squirrel statue at Goodwill? It’s 75% off and would look awesome painted white! When you have defined your style, you can use it as a guide for all your DIY projects. This will help you to know if any item is worth purchasing or revamping and bringing into your home. It doesn’t matter how inexpensive an item is or how easy of a DIY project it will be if it doesn’t reflect you and how you want to live.
  3. Save You Money– It may seem counter-intuitive to hire me to save you money, but see the example above for starters! I can help you keep your budget on track. I can also help you avoid costly mistakes by helping you choose items that are the right size, scale, color and texture the first time around. I’m a DIY-er, too! I think and shop like a DIY-er and I have some good resources that may not be available to you, other than through a tradesperson. I can also help you make changes that will add to the resale value of your home.
  4. Save You Time and Energy– With your photos and measurements, I can arrange and rearrange your room without you ever once having to move a piece of furniture. Space planning is my forte! I have helped more than one client work a baby grand piano into their living room along with all their other furniture!  I can also save you hours of researching products and prices! In just a few weeks, I picked out an entire home’s worth of furniture for a client who bought a vacation house. Left to their own devices (shopping only on their free evenings and weekends) it would have taken them months to furnish their new home.
  5. Coach You While You Maintain Control – I’m a collaborator! I’m not going to take all the fun away from you!  I am going to work with you get the most out of each room in your home. You’re a DIYer. You can still DIY. I’m sure you have tons of ideas. We can compare ideas and elaborate on each other’s thoughts bringing out the best possible outcome. I might have ideas you have never thought of before! Let’s see!

So? What are you waiting for? Shoot me an e-mail: jennifer@calmandcollected and let’s see how we can work together!

I work primarily as an e-designer and I want to show you the latest project I’ve been working on: An outdoor deck!

Colorful Outdoor Deck by Jennifer Terry of Calm & Collected

 

My client wanted a bright colorful outdoor sitting area on her deck. She had already picked out these Acapulco Papasan chairs and she knew she wanted an outdoor sectional.

I started with the sectional. Since I knew she wanted the space to be colorful, I wanted a neutral sectional to be the backdrop.  I found this one at AllModern.com. It comes with a matching coffee table. The client didn’t want a matching coffee table, but the set was such a great price, we got it anyway! I wanted another out-of-the-ordinary chair and began looking at hanging chairs.  I chose a white one to match the papasan chairs.

Now that I had a neutral seating base it was time to add color. We looked at a LOT of rugs! We wanted lots of bright color, an 8′ x 10′ size, a somewhat tribal pattern and of course, it had to be an outdoor rug. This rug met all the criteria except the 8′ x 10′ size. We really liked everything else about it, so we opted to use two 5′ x 8′ rugs and just butt them against each other. Obviously the acapulco chairs would face the sectional. I have them turned here so you can see the pillows on them.

I added some colorful throw pillows in purple and a couple shades of orange and some planters and ta!da! On the other side of her deck she wanted a small dining area.Colorful Outdoor Deck by Jennifer Terry of Calm & CollectedAcapulco dining chairs pull up to the ends of the outdoor table and tie in to the chairs in the sitting area. The side chairs are Bertoia-style. The glass rooting vases pull in the color from the other side of the deck!

SHOP THIS LOOK:

Sectional Sofa | Acapulco Papasan Chair | Rugs | Pouf | Two-tone Orange Pillow | Purple Pillow 

Dining Table | Acapulco End Chairs | Bertoia Side Chairs | Glass Rooting Vases | Globe String Lights

What do you think about the color scheme? Is this a combination you’d be willing to try in your backyard?

 

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So, I’m driving to my doctor’s appointment on Thursday when I get this niggling feeling that my appointment was changed from Thursday to Friday. (Yes, I do things like that… with scarily increasing frequency!) I call my husband and ask him to double check this thought for me and yes, my appointment was for the next day. Luckily, I realized this when I was right near the exit for our closest Goodwill store. Of course, to not waste the whole trip, I decide to check out Goodwill. I walk in the door and right there, right inside the door looking at me is an old classroom type chalk board.  I look around the room thinking someone must have set this here while they shop. I tentatively pick it up waiting for someone to holler, “Hey that’s mine!” No one yells as I carry it to the counter and ask them to set it aside while I look around. It was mine! Oh, and did I mention? The price was $6.97! SCORE!

I knew right where I wanted to put my lovely new chalk board: on a blank wall in my kitchen.Kitchen Refresh Before PhotoI know- it’s really messy. I thought that would add to the dramatic “after” photo. I could have just hung the chalkboard here, but that brown paneling has annoyed me since we moved in 7 years ago. I kept saying I would change it, but not until I had a plan.

Now, I had a plan! I wanted to hang the chalk board and paint the wall. I looked into chalk painting the wall because you can supposedly paint over anything with chalk paint without using a primer. But when I saw the price of chalk paint and how much it would cost to paint this wall? Um, no. I knew I’d leave the chalkboard as is- green with a natural wood frame. My cabinets are white and I’ve been thinking about painting this dresser a different color for a little pop in the kitchen. I needed a paint color that would lend itself to that. In my head I decided on yellow before heading out to the paint store. A creamy yellow, no more specific than that. I’m pretty careful and cautious when choosing paint for a client, but I’m pretty rash about choosing color for my own home! I didn’t even bring a paint chip home. I just looked at all the yellows and thought, “That one!” It is called Rise and Shine by Clark & Kensington. So I bought it and brought it home and got to work with my 6’4″ son who can pretty much reach everything without a ladder! I have to say- it took a coat of primer and 2 coats of paint to cover that terrible paneling. We also had to touch up some areas 2 or 3 more times before it was really and truly covered.

Our kitchen looks so much brighter! I love the chalk board. I’m no chalk board artist, though! I picture this as a great place to leave phone messages, reminders and notes to each other. Now I just have to spiff up that dresser!

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Star Wars Home Office Designs for adults by Jennifer Terry of Calm and CollectedI actually had a client (a grown man and his wife) ask me to design a Star Wars home office! As a Star Wars fan, I was actually quite excited about the prospect! Excited and a little daunted. How does one design a Star Wars home office for adults and not have it come out looking like an 8 year old boy’s bedroom?!?! Well, I started with some inspiration photos.

I like to give my clients two concept boards showing two different ways we can take the room. I thought we could do a “dark side” and a “light side”. For the “dark side” I used an image of the Chancellor’s office from Star Wars II (or the 5th movie if, like me, you go by when they were released). I’m using “dark side” strictly in the sense that the walls and furniture in this photo are darker than the ones in my second photo. “Dark” is not a commentary on the Chancellor as I *gasp* did not care too much for the second run of three Star Wars movies and don’t have much memory of the scene below. My apologies to you, die-hard Star Wars fans. Let’s just look at the walls and furniture below.
Inspirational image- the Chancellor's office used to design a home office

My second inspiration photo is a “light side” photo of the interior of *swoon* the Millennium Falcon, from the REAL Star Wars movies. Kidding! Just kidding! Sort of. Anyway, you can tell this is an artist concept because it looks a lot cleaner than I remember the Falcon being in any of the movies!Inspirational image- the Millenium Falcon used to design a home office

So- how do we take these inspiration images and turn them into Star Wars Themed home Office concepts for adults?  Let’s see…

"Dark side" Design concept for a Star Wars themed Home office for adults! designed by Jennifer Terry of Calm & Collected

The client wanted desk space for himself and his wife, a table where they could hold family meetings and their kids can do their homework and a seating area to relax and read. For the “dark side” concept, I took the burgundy wall color from the inspiration photo and dark, modern, angular furniture. I also sparingly used some actual Star Wars products like the Han Solo Trapped in Carbonite Rug, an R2D2 trashcan and “blueprints” of an x-wing bomber, a tie fighter and an AT AT.

"Light side" Design concept for a Star Wars themed Home office for adults! designed by Jennifer Terry of Calm & Collected

For the “light side” concept, I used a lot of whites and grays. I don’t know if you can actually buy a mural of the Millennium Falcon going into light speed, but someone should make one! It’s too cool of an idea to not be out there somewhere! I kept the Han Solo rug because …well…I think it’s clever. I also kept the light saber room lights. The industrial concrete stools really drive this concept home.

I’ll put the inspiration photos directly above the concepts so you don’t have to keep scrolling to compare them:

Inspirational image- the Chancellor's office used to design a home officeInspirational image- the Millenium Falcon used to design a home office"Light side" Design concept for a Star Wars themed Home office for adults! designed by Jennifer Terry of Calm & Collected

I want to show you one other way to include Star Wars in an adult home office. This design is one I did for a client’s dining room, but it could just as easily be a home office. Here I just swapped out the dining table for a desk and rolling chair:

Retro Star Wars posters in a Design concept for a Star Wars themed Home office for adults! designed by Jennifer Terry of Calm & Collected

On the wall are two sets of retro Star Wars movie posters found on Etsy. Do you want some of these items for your own home office? I can link to some of the products below. I do not make any money from these links. I just want you to be able find what you need!

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If you’ve followed my blog at all, you know that I love to make custom cards! I’ve been making them for Christmas for years and I made one when my first son graduated high school. Now my middle son is about to graduate and I’m starting to think about custom cards again! I CANNOT think about him graduating yet. Ack! We already got his senior photos taken and it kills me! But I CAN think about cards…the key is to disconnect the two things in my brain! LOL! As I was thinking about making a custom grad card, I was contacted by Basic Invite and asked to take a look at their cards. I’m serious! These events actually overlapped! Of course, I went right to their site and let me say, “Wow!”Article about custom graduation cards at Basic Invite by Calm and Collected blogger, Jennifer Terry

I made that custom card above! LOL! It seemed fitting to use their cards to make a title photo for this post.  They have lots of photo graduation cards to choose from as well as customizable graduation invitations.  What I was impressed with was the scope of possibilities for customization. They have tons of color options that you can instantly preview online. Once you select a design you can change each element on the card (your photo, obviously and each line of text) so that you can make sure the card is exactly how you want it down to the littlest detail.Article about custom graduation cards at Basic Invite by Calm and Collected blogger, Jennifer Terry

Want to see the one I was playing with? It’s not a great photo, but I still like it: Graduation Card Calm & Collected made on Basic Invite's website

The school colors are maroon, black and white. I was able to make 2017 a muted maroon color. They have a LOT of fonts to choose from, too! Want to see how this card looked originally? 

This is not the card I’ll send. I’m thinking of taking him somewhere and snapping an artsy photo of him. He’s my creative child. He’s going to study animation in college, so I need a fitting artsy photo of him. No matter what photo I end up using, I like that I can customize my text to pop off of it.

Then I can choose an envelope color to match.  Basic Invite has over 40 different envelope colors. We can make this invitation stand out even before it is opened! And I don’t have to lick them!!! All of their envelopes are peel and seal! I hate licking envelopes. (Hey- I once read that licking a postage stamps adds 20 calories to your diet! On a terrible tangent…I looked this up to see if it was true and found that American stamps have 5.9 calories, but British commemorative stamps have 14.5! The more you know!)

And just so you know:  you can order just one card to preview it. I mean, I can see on the computer screen that I like how it looks, but I like that I can hold one and see exactly how it will print as well as the paper quality before I place my order.

Do you want to play, too? Basic Invite is offering my readers 15% off when you enter the code 15FF51. Let me know if you try them out!

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Pantone announced their color of the year for 2017: HGow to use Pantone's color of the year: Greenery--in your own home!

What do you think?

Pantone describes the color as “a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew.” I certainly love the description!

Pantone's color of the year: GreeneryWhile I wouldn’t want a whole room this color,there are plenty of ways to use it. It would make a striking accent wall in a mostly white kitchen like this one found on WB Tourism:  Fabulous White Kitchen Lime Green Accent Bethesda Contemporary Homeor in this bedroom by Panache Interiors:by panache interiors

You can bring greenery into your home through bedding or a bench like these from Casanova Design Group: bedding

Or maybe just a few accent pieces like Ann Hepfer Designs used in these pillows and the back of the bookcase in this living room: accents

Greenery is a great color for bringing the outdoors inside, but it would also look great on the outside! door

Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, said, “Greenery bursts forth in 2017 to provide us with the hope we collectively yearn for amid a complex social and political landscape. Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate, revitalize and unite, Greenery symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another and a larger purpose.”

I won’t argue with that!

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Freebie Friday- It's a good day to have a good day printable from calmandcollected.usI have been alternating Freebie Fridays between offering you printables I have made and sharing links to printables by others.  This week I am supposed to share some links, but honestly, it takes hours and hours to put together one of those posts and I have been too busy with design work this week! So, I’m going to share with you another printable made by me!  You can use it alone or in a gallery wall!  See my tips on hanging a gallery wall all by yourself with no measuring!

At the moment, I don’t know how to get you a printable version of this other than to send you an e-mail!  If you’ll comment on this post (your e-mail will not be published!), I’ll send you a file that you can print out.  Do you have a quote or something you’d like to see as a printable?  Let me know!  Thanks for visiting Calm and Collected- The Blog! I would be honored if you would follow my blog with Bloglovin.Freebie Friday- It's a good day to have a good day printable from calmandcollected.us

Freebie Friday- bible quote" I know the plans I have for you..." from calmandcollected.usIt’s time for Freebie Friday. This quote is a good reminder to us all!  This freebie can be printed very large.  You can use it alone or include it in a gallery wall.  For anyone interested- it is a photo I took coming home from work in Oxford, PA. I actually had it made up as a large canvas for the men’s room in our church! Be sure to check out my other Freebie Friday posts. I’ve been alternating between sharing a printable I’ve made and sharing links to printables made by fellow bloggers. This post of Black & White Printables is my most popular so far.

At the moment, I don’t know how to get you a printable version of this other than to send you an e-mail!  If you’ll comment on this post (your e-mail will not be published!), I’ll send you a PDF version of this quote that you can print out.  Do you have a quote or something you’d like to see as a printable?  Let me know!  Thanks for visiting Calm and Collected- The Blog! I would be honored if you would follow my blog with Bloglovin.

So a few weeks ago I did not offer a Freebie Friday due to GISHWHES. (See that post with some crazy pix from GISHWHES 2012 here.)  GISHWHES stands for the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen!  It is an international scavenger hunt hosted by Misha Collins with participants from over 100 countries.  This year I was on a team (PurpleRainLovesNorthstars) with 15 people including my son, my mom, 2 friends from high school and some people from around the country whom I’d never met, but were very cool, very creative and lots of fun!

We had to take pictures and videos of unusual, crazy things like someone eating green eggs and ham in a boat with a goat.  Now that the hunt is over, I thought you might like to see what crazy, silly things we did.  These are just some of the 178 things we could choose from.

GISHWHES 2016 Robot Baby

I forget exactly what the clue asked for, but it was basically a robot baby. Here our baby takes its first steps from Dad, Matthew, to Mom, Haley.

GISHWHES 2016 Dental String Quartet

Muzak during dental exams is so boring. Get a string quartet to play live music during your dental exam. Special thanks to Lisa, Josh, Lavenia, Jayne, Matthew, Haley & Dr. Drew Eckman (not pictured).

GISHWHES 2016- Rainbow Teeth

Deanne and her daughter, Holly chose the shortest clue in the hunt: Rainbow Teeth.

GISHWHES 2016-Carried off by Creepy Dolls

Using only forced perspective make yourself very small beside something you would not want to be smaller than. How about creepy dolls?

GISHWHES 2016-Mom at 67 & 90

My mom chose one that was to do a close-up of yourself wearing a wreath of flowers and using make-up show yourself in the same spot and clothes with wilted flowers and now you are 90.

GISHWHES 2016- Dessert Fairy

Brittany (a new friend on our team from Texas) chose an item that required her to dress as the Dessert Fairy and deliver ice cream to police, firemen or EMS.

GISHWHES 2016- Lawn Warming Party

Matthew chose one that had you decorate your front lawn with all of your clothes and host a lawn-warming party. (Haley, Josh, Olivia and Matthew.)

GISHWHES 2016- Super Hero doing mundane chores

Holly, dressed as a superhero, does a very mundane chore–it could have been any chore, but she chose folding laundry. Notice the Batman shirt. That cracks me up! The idea of one superhero wearing another superhero T-shirt on their day off!

GISHWHES 2016- 2 Jedi Knights share a root beer float

Two Jedi Knights drinking a root beer float in a 1950’s style diner. Shout out to Miss Oxford Diner in Oxford, PA!

There were many, many more, but this gives you a good idea of the madness we pursued for a week!  If you participated in GISHWHES this year or in the past, I’d love to hear from you in the comments!  If you want to join our team next year, let me know!  And of course, I would be honored if you could take a moment to follow my blog with Bloglovin.

 

24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

If you’ve visited my blog before, you know I LOVE putting together gallery walls.  I’ve even garnered the nickname “Gallery Girl”.  Helping clients with gallery walls has become a steadily increasing part of my business.  I have actually done walls with a travel theme.  I don’t know that I would make a wall out of just these freebies, but they do look nice together.  My thought was more that you would use your own travel photos as the basis for a gallery wall and then fill in with some of these pieces that I found on-line. All of these are for personal use only.  First 11 of 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.usThis is group 1.  Here is where they can be found:

pennsylvania- state printable

 

Andrea has all 50 states over at The Cottage Market. I chose Pennsylvania because that is where I live and I wanted a horizontal picture. LOL! These have the state names on them, but I chose not to use it here.

set of arrows from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

This is one of several free printables in this one post alone from Kyla at House of Hipsters. Poke around on her site. She seems like a lot of fun!

 

 luggage tags printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

I love the idea of printing out all of these luggage tags, but the sad fact is…they probably won’t print very large.  The original link I found to them is defunct.  Becky used them for an American Airlines party she did and there is a link on her site The Burke Family & a Box of Cupcakes -Adventures in Adoption. The file size is pretty small, but they are still cool!

oh-the-places-youll-go printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Christina from MyLoveNotedesigns on Etsy  shared this free printable on Jodie & Jen’s blog Eighteen25. Eighteen25 is the number of the house they grew up in!

Adventure printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Crystal made up this print to share on her blog Exploration America. This is a fun blog where she shares her adventures of traveling the US with her family of five.

Life is a grand adventure printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Full disclosure- you will probably not be able to blow this up as the centerpiece of your gallery wall as I have done here. I just did it so you could read it. This was actually designed by Katie Pertiet as a 3×4 card for scrapbooking on her website Katiepertiet.com.

Travel is to Live quote from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Missie from Lost Bumble Bee made this free printable in 3 different styles each in 3 different sizes.  It is part of a longer quote from Hans Christian Anderson:   To move, to breathe, to fly, to float, To gain all while you give, To roam the roads of lands remote, To travel is to live.

hot air balloon printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

This cute little hot air ball0on was drawn by Ellen Kozyra Currier. It can be found on Feed Your Soul: The Free Art Project along with lots of other free art prints.

adventuring print from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

There’s not a lot of info about the maker of this Adventuring print, but you can find it at Couple Jones.

GoldFoil-Countries-UnitedKingdom from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Andrea from The Cottage Market made these gold foil countries, too, but these she shared on Shabby Creek Cottage.  There are LOTS of countries to choose from!

Wander Wonder Print from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Meredith made this print and a couple of others to decorate her sister’s bridal shower.  Isn’t that a fun idea?  You can find this at Unoriginal Mom.

Second 13 of 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.usThis is group 2. Here is where they can be found:

Wonderful World song quote printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Here’s another one from Missie at Lost Bumble Bee. You know I am a sucker for song lyrics!

Ontario Lakelands poster printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

I found this vintage poster from Canadian National Railways on Bloglovin’.  It is from Freevintageposters.com. (I told you you’d be seeing more from this website!)

Not all who wander are lost quote printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

This printable is from Katie at This Mountain Life. I shared with you before that Katie & her husband, Eric sold their home and moved into their RV to travel for a year. They are now about 3 weeks into the journey if you want to follow along!

Faux Travel Poster to Arendelle from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

I love this! It is a fake vintage-style travel poster for Arendelle from the movie Frozen.  It fit my color scheme and it is clever!  Alexis has a bunch of links to different Disney vintage style travel posters over at Persia Lou.

Sequoia National Park Poster

 

Here is another poster from Free Vintage Posters. There are soooo many great ones to choose from!

Cunard Line Vintage Poster printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

I mean, really!  See:

United Airlines Japan Travel Poster printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Ok. Last one. For now. But I knew my son would really like this vintage United Airlines poster for Japan.

Aloha Oe Sheet music cover printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

This printable is actually a sheet music cover that I found on Little Gold Pixel along with 15 other Hawaiian printables.  This is actually from The New York Library Digital Collection.

Earth Watercolor Print from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Lisa Mabey made this with and without words over at Mabey She Made It. Isn’t it lovely?

Map of the US printable from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

This map of the United States is one of four found on Mr. Printables.  They were actually made to do geography lessons, but this one is so colorful! It would look great in a gallery wall!

Traveler not Tourist Quote from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

Ashley Mayes made this printable for a travel gallery wall over at Bigger than the Three of Us.  It’s also available in black and white.

Adventure awaits journal card from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

This card was actually on a sheet of printables made for scrapbooking.  You might be able to print it as a 5 x 7, I doubt you could get it any bigger than that.  I found it at Paper Crafts and Scrapbooking.

50 State license plates from 24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us

 

You can hang this printable of all 50 state license plates on your wall or use it as a check list to play the license plate game while driving long distances. It was made by Jen at I Heart Organizing.

That’s all of them!  Comment below if you decide to try any of them or let me know if you know of other good travel printables!  I would love if you could take a moment to follow my blog with Bloglovin.

24 Travel Printables for Free Curated by CalmandCollected.us