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Polished Concrete: Realistic Expectations and A World of Possibilities

Polished Concrete: Realistic Expectations and A World of Possibilities Polished concrete is cost effective, environmentally healthy and extremely durable. The flexibility of it goes beyond what people have ever imagined. There is a catch though. It is very important to hire professionals when pouring the concrete. It is this first step that will pave the […]

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Fourth of July

I had thought to myself that writing a blog post on independence would be easy, inspiring, maybe I would even draw some tears. However, I felt like I hit a wall. I just kept finding pictures of hot dogs and picnics. Which for some, may be inspiring, and for vegans may draw a tear, but […]

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Client Feature: Two Guys Pizza Co.

Client Feature: Two Guys Pizza Co.

Two Guys Pizza Co. A really cool tavern style pizza place in Short Pump brings delicious NY style pizza to RVA. I can’t help but feel mildly surprised when I spot a polished concrete floor. It is like the Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon every time.   Walking into Two Guys Pizza Co. reminds me of walking into a pizzeria in Italy. […]

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5 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THIS STUFF CALLED CONCRETE

5 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THIS STUFF CALLED CONCRETE

1. Concrete and cement are, like, not the same thing. Remember that time that Christopher Columbus rolled over to the states in his big boat and labelled all the people he saw “Indians”? Then to find out that he wasn’t in India after all. I can hear Chris now, “It was a hilarious misunderstanding.” Not […]

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EVERNOTE (PART 2)

I’m still knee deep in Evernote (not in the water, though I wish I was Zac Brown). These are a few more of my thoughts to couple with my previous post and extend a helping hand to those wishing to wade in with me. Organization, baby. You have 25 employees and need to share certain […]

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Terrazzo Time Lapse

I just returned from a graduation. It was two hours long, filled with a fair amount of tears, inspirational speeches, and of course, Dr. Suess’ quotes. There were a couple songs sung about going out, changing the world, and a long slideshow that was truly only interesting to the students present. Overall though, it was […]

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Printpack, Inc. Logo Installation

Yesterday, when I sat down to write this blog, I was sure of just a few things: 1. It was so hot outside that I was relatively sure I was melting, and felt the need to replay those famous shrieks from the Wizard of Oz in my head. 2. My computer seemed to be also […]

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THE COMMON MISCONCEPTION ABOUT CONCRETE

THE COMMON MISCONCEPTION ABOUT CONCRETE

Misconception 1: “I would choose concrete, but it’s just not very pretty.” I was this way once, believing that concrete was some ugly, cracked thing that I just walked on when I decided the sidewalk was better than the huge muddy half grass/half dirt lawn in front of a building. Just take a gander at […]

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Tips to Stop Procrastinating

Tips to Stop Procrastinating Okay, so think to one of those days where you have a massive list of errands to run. I’m talking about four to five hour’s worth of stuff. Now, think about those days when you have all of that, but you find yourself sitting on your couch, nonchalantly going about breakfast. […]

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You Chose that Color, but Why?

You Chose That Color, But Why? Imagine you are twelve again. Now, I know those beginning crushes have been changing. My crush life was definitely riddled with quite a few AIM chats (AOL Instant Messenger) and far more angst-y song lyrics in my away messages than should have ever been allowed. (I’ll never stop loving […]

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