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I actually can’t believe it’s already March.
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Cora-Lynn -Mar 04, 2015, 10:55AM
Absolutely love using chalk in my hair for festivals! I have never tried layering multiple colours like this but it looks amazing! Can't wait to try it this summer <3 www.thatscoralynn.com

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Post image for FP Me Loves the Brami

This post comes from our blog intern, Aubrie!

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Amber -Mar 04, 2015, 9:59AM
Oh I just bought the brami in gold and can't wait to style it! All of these ladies look awesome! Great style inspiration. -Amber
Alexandra -Mar 04, 2015, 9:32AM
So pretty! I love the ways it's styled here - but it's hard for me to imagine being able to wear this piece anytime soon, ahhhh cannot wait to be tan! Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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Post image for Spring In: The Wash Shop

I’m washed out and ready for spring. Read more »

Cora-Lynn -Mar 04, 2015, 10:56AM
OMG, I absolutely LOVE this trend. Cant wait to try these pants either! www.thatscoralynn.com
Jenna -Mar 04, 2015, 10:12AM
Love this! That first outfit is so fun and effortless... This gets me excited to pack up my winter gear and start shopping for spring... Great post :)

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Post image for Vintage Décor Inspiration at Hillside Farmacy

The moment I first walked in to Hillside Farmacy I fell in love with every element of the décor. Read more »

Olga -Mar 04, 2015, 11:07AM
Amazing decoration! olweis
Alexandra -Mar 04, 2015, 9:41AM
This is beautiful! I love your description of all the little details - especially the door knobs. Love the tiles and that latte almost looks too perfect to drink! Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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Post image for (Super) Easy No-Bake Granola Bars

As I may have mentioned before, I am not what you would call “good in the kitchen.” Read more »

Cora-Lynn -Mar 04, 2015, 10:58AM
Love this recipe and the fact that it is vegan friendly ( if you eat honey) and gluten free! I'll try adding dried fruit when I make it :) Thanks for sharing - www.thatscoralynn.com
Alexandra -Mar 04, 2015, 9:42AM
Love this! Making your own sans all of the added sugar and shhhhhtuff is such a brilliant idea. I definitely snack on ingredients whilst cooking too :) Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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Post image for Book Club, Chapter 7: Making An Altar

“A home altar is a way to pay respect to our ancestors and the world around us. It reminds us that whatever we love is also within us.” Read more »

Erika -Mar 03, 2015, 9:25PM
I love your altars, especially the live plants and candles. This chapter was another great one full of advice on how to create an altar in your home. I like the advice from Thich Nhat Hanh to add motivating or inspirational words to your altar; things that will stay with you easily throughout the day. Since I have many altars in my home already, I took this opportunity to make one in my cubicle at work. I think most of my coworkers think I'm a bit cuckoo but I love my work altar! It's a good reminder during the busy day to stop and breathe.
Sarah Ann -Mar 03, 2015, 8:29PM
Beautiful post! Thank you for sharing and giving incredible inspiration! I have been itching to add something to my life with meaning and I think I found it.

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Post image for To Do: Unplug and Recharge

I was recently at a coffee shop and had the stark realization that everyone around me was staring into a screen. Read more »

Anna -Mar 04, 2015, 9:36AM
This post was very inspiring!! I totally get what you mean in the summer somehow I just do the same and unplug, I wish I could do the same on a dalily basis, just some days in order to refresh my mind... https://aspoonfulofnature.wordpress.com/
Shweta -Mar 04, 2015, 2:09AM
I made a similar pact to myself last year. And while I lived upto it in fair proportions, I still feel the need to turn off all the devices every now and then. Life is so much better without an Instagram filter; the little birdie chirping in the woods is way more melodious than the music in my earphones. And believe it or not, it freshens up the mind much more quicker. http://lovemagiclife.com/2014/07/13/get-disconnected-stay-sane/

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Post image for Spices in Silverlake + A Homemade Beauty Recipe!

It seems as though I always stumble upon the best stores on the days when shopping is never intended.
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Eugenia -Mar 04, 2015, 10:55AM
You could add a bit of cinnamon for a darker shade, tumeric for more of a glow etc etc!! Oh the possibilities... I'm sure you could work up a lip stain with some shea butter/bees wax and coconut oil/ olive oil etc. Can't wait to see a follow up!
karina -Mar 04, 2015, 9:58AM
i have been trying to develop a lip stain with powdered beets... such an amazing color! alas, beet powder is NOT oil soluble, it sinks to the bottom, does not color the cocoa butter+beeswax base, and looks like you have crumbs on your lips. :/ what i'm thinking is infusing the oil with the beet powder and then strain it, but i have not tried this method yet! good luck, and if you are successful, please share with us! xox karina

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Post image for Emily Hope Steps Behind the Lens

Before she launched her photography career, model Emily Hope was busy on the other side of the lens Read more »

Andrew -Mar 03, 2015, 7:28PM
She produces absolutely beautiful work. It's wonderful to see how her mentor influenced her process. best, Andrew Mexican Silver Turquoise Jewelry
Michaela Jean -Mar 03, 2015, 12:30PM
What an inspiration! Thank you for sharing. xo Michaela http://michaelajeanblog.com http://www.etsy.com/shop/MichaelaJeanArt

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We’re on the hunt for an experienced, creative and highly organized Editorial Manager to lead our team to editorial greatness! Read more »

Maria -Mar 03, 2015, 7:22PM
This sounds so perfect! I love this kind of posts because they give me a glimpse of what I may want to do as a job. http://mysimpliving.tumblr.com/
Laela -Mar 03, 2015, 3:51PM
Sound`s amazing! Wish I could come to America and work for you :) If you ever need a blogger for the UK free people give me a shout ;) Good luck xx

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Post image for DIY Reusable Dryer Sheets & Felted Dryer Balls

Doing laundry is not the most glamorous or romantic of subjects, but it’s a chore that we all have to deal with. Read more »

Elizabeth -Mar 04, 2015, 7:37AM
Wow I love these easy tutorials. I'm a sucker for multifunctional products. I'm definitely gonna try them out! Our dryer is pretty old and it takes a while to dry clothes, so the dryer balls sound like they'll help the drying process. Plus not having to buy dryer sheets ever again is great.
Natasha -Mar 02, 2015, 12:20PM
What a great diy! I have been using dryer balls for some time now & recently wondered how I could make my own. Thank you for the great post! I've been missing the diy's! http://www.etsy.com/shop/breathesun

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Post image for 10 Things I Learned On The Road

Before my road trip posts officially draw to an end, there’s a couple of things I’d like to share.
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Alexandra -Mar 03, 2015, 5:33PM
I'm in love with this post i just re-read it three times! Traveling is something i will 100% do no matter what! Also, the photos are so unique i love them! AllysDays.blogspot.com
Amy -Mar 03, 2015, 12:50PM
Inspiring post and such lovely photos.

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