About

Credit: Kristen Chase Photography

Credit: Kristen Chase Photography

Restless and wanderlustful. INFJ.

Why “Lisli”? (Pronounced “lease – lee.”) It’s the PA Dutch diminutive of my name. Also, it’s the name my grandfather would whisper in my ear when I was a little girl.

I’m a recent transplant to the cute little city of Lancaster. You can read more about why we chose to buy a house and move here from Philadelphia, where I spent the last four years. I grew up on a dairy farm in the wilds of Central Pennsylvania, which I was not a fan of at the time, but I’m growing increasingly grateful for that experience and the work ethic it instilled. Every time I go home, it feels more and more beautiful, and the longer I’m away the more I realize how much my upbringing gave me.

Before moving to Lancaster (and slightly after), I worked as a front-end web developer at Urban Outfitters in Philadelphia. I’m now an independent front-end developer, which so far has ended up being mostly WordPress projects. If you’re interested in hiring me for contract front-end development work (WordPress or otherwise), shoot me an email. I’m also a freelance writer & contribute to The Town Dish.

I loveĀ traveling, Chad, cats, coffee, and mac and cheese. So much mac and cheese.

 

  • Lisli, I am so glad to find you! Thank you for connecting to me on Twitter. Your name caught my attention, and then your blog/website. I look forward to getting to know you. With our common roots, we have much in common.

    Feel free to visit my blog too:

    http://salomafurlong.com/aboutamish/

  • Laura Clemens

    Hi Lisa! I’m so excited to “meet” you- and can’t wait to meet you in person this week at Texas Style Council! Safe travels and I’ll see you Friday… where we can talk about our top 5 (10?) fave mac and cheese experiences.
    -Laura
    http://www.helloclementine.com

  • Hey come say hi to us at Invoq Marketing… Merle Fisher said we should all meet at some point! Welcome to Lancaster as well! We love it here.

    http://www.invoqmarketing.com

    • Lisa

      Thanks so much! I’d love to come say hi. When’s a good time to do that?