Joslyn Taylor is the founder of Simple Lovely, a lifestyle blog that chronicles her love of design, fashion, art, and food and a founding partner of Tiny Dallas, which focuses on raising kids in a creative and mindful way. As a freelance writer, she contributed to The Dallas Morning News, Dallas Child, and Edible, as well as numerous websites. Earlier this year, she joined D Magazine as the style editor for their shelter magazine D Home and the executive editor of D Moms, a new publication launching on the fall of 2012. Joslyn lives in Dallas with her husband and two young daughters.
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