We like to write to format sometimes. The topics vary within the series, but the style for each post in a series is familiar.
Mindful wishlists...things we're saving for, have purchased, and/or recommend.
Autumn has us cleaning out and making things cozy, which also has us crushing on some items perfectly designed for those tasks!
We've been trying out and sharing some new beauty products. These are the ones we recommend, especially since we love the companies that make them!
Hacks, recipes, and processes we use now...always changing and (hopefully) improving.
It's been years in the making, my dream rooftop garden, and we finally did it!
I hope my fellow ladies never need to use this information, but just in case...
I don't feel bad about splurging a bit on my favorite candles, knowing I'm also buying future pantry storage!
Here are some seemingly obvious pieces of baby advice I was given that made a HUGE difference for us.
I've avoided cooking just because I couldn't handle the mess but now I love my cast irons! One might ask... what happened?
When I started using essential oils I was hoping there was a guide of what to do. There isn't really, only methods from people before me. Here are some of the methods I've adopted to help create a more natural home.
We try to eat at home and healthy most often. Here are the little methods what work in our kitchen!
Entertaining is an evolving skill for me. Here's some things I'm doing pretty consistently that can turn any night without plans into a fairly effortless night to host friends or family on the fly.
5 years ago I switched my skin care from a shelf full of mostly high end products to a few homemade. It's a process and this is my method
Eating well at home is a multi-step ordeal for me. It wasn't always. This happened slowly, and not all in order.
Kicking off a series discussing the methods I use in my daily routines. I haven't mastered anything yet, but slowly habits are forming...all in good time.
I am a huge analogy girl, so here is what I am talking about: imagine you have your favorite muffin recipe memorized...
off the mat
I learned a lesson from my students, about connection.
Cleaning out the cupboards is a physical, mental, and emotional heart practice, as taught by yoga.
Surrender asks us to be strong enough to engage each moment with integrity while being soft enough to flow with the current of life. - Deborah Adele
A new series where I am going to talk about... you guessed it, YOGA!
Curations on Spotify. Sometimes around a theme, other times around a mood or season.
Frustrations that we tackle practically. Not always a perfect solution, but a makeshift approach to take some action instead of wallowing, brooding, or complaining.
Things shift. Ready or not. Here are a couple steps I'm taking to prepare my heart for change.
If, like me, you've had your ups and downs navigating this world of interaction, I hope this resonates. This is my practical approach to using social media.
I thought that I naturally like doing things alone, I am learning maybe that's not the whole truth.
I want to quit telling stories, and start living a better one instead...starting with giving something up and taking something on until April.
Sometimes these things work...
Maybe inner clarity is affected by what's going on in our physical space. Here's my system for clearing out, including the sentimental items we don't know how to part with.
It's so hard to work from home . . . except it's not . . .
Put In Practice
All about books, methods, programs, products and creations from others. We take them and write about how we're applying them.