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Rebecca Pham's sweet tooth finally got the best of her.

With a craving to leave behind her brief stint in the corporate world, the native Houstonian, 25, took to baking cakes. This week, she celebrates the third anniversary of her Becca Cakes biz, which recently expanded into retail, in the form of a brick-and-mortar boutique bakery in the heart of the Oak Forest/Garden Oaks area.

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Even if she'd won the lottery, it wouldn't change the trajectory of Dionne Christiansen's career.

That's because the Aussie native radiates enthusiasm as she speaks of her life as a sought-after invitation designer, artist and calligrapher. She established her full-service graphic design studio Nib and Pixel shortly after welcoming her firstborn, Dylan, in 2013, and hasn't looked back.

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Houston-born musician Kendra Muecke, 27, was returning home from a session at Leesta Vall Sound Recordings in Brooklyn just over a year ago when inspiration struck.

The psychedelic folk-rocker and spoken-word artist, who performs under the stage name Kendra & the Bunnies, spotted four letters on a license plate from the back of a taxi — and just like that, the singer-songwriter was on her way to breaking the top-10 on the digital radio charts, sandwiched right between pop icons Dua Lipa and Miley Cyrus.

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