The alternative skin cleanser experiment continues with the gentle face exfoliator, Apple Soft, Baby. I found this recipe on Sincerely, Kinsey, an amazing blog with great ideas for living more naturally (I’m making her soy candles next!). This sugar scrub is perfect for removing the dirt & grime that builds up in your pores. I’ve been using it in addition to my lemon + honey face moisturizer for a few weeks and immediately noticed a change in how my skin felt. Keep Reading
This wasn’t the color palette I originally wanted to post this week. I planned to share my recent infatuation with sea green & sienna. There’s a house in town I drive by every day that is a crisp sea green with a bold sienna red door & I love the optimism of it. However, my own home got the best of me this morning when I woke up slowly & looked above my head. Keep Reading
We have bald eagles living by our house. They moved to town in the beginning of February but nobody knows why. I see them perched in trees overlooking the bayou & soaring above the town as I go about my daily routine. Have you ever seen an eagle?
His ease as he glides through the air makes for the most powerful aviator. He is the wisest in flight, naturally rising above the chaos until it serves him. Keep Reading
I have had an amazing experience with the Chakra Meditation Series at On The Path Yoga that I must share with you! At the beginning of the year, I wanted to focus on replenishing my mind, body & spirit so I jumped head first into this opportunity. Each week, the yoga instructor guided us through a meditation where we focused on a specific chakra throughout our body. She was so calm & patient, I immediately felt at ease in the meditation circle. Keep Reading
There are a lot of forms of art that can be felt wholeheartedly even when they cannot be seen.
Kind of like when you go to the art museum & there’s this beautiful canvas that is speaking to you with its intentional strokes. You see a story unfolding, the piece is pulling on your heartstrings & you melt into its motion.
Then a person walks up to it & says to you, “This is art? Keep Reading
This weekend was funny.
It started with getting home late from work because one of our clients has a large project with a short deadline. I felt uneasy as I walked into their executive offices in my hoodie & Converse high-tops (whoops, forgot about the meeting!). Rookie move. I felt young.
Then I felt old waiting in line to go into a loud bar where I only had a few drinks, acted like I could hear what people were saying over the music & sweating profusely from dancing & trying not to get stepped on or spill my drink. Keep Reading