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Think back to when you first discovered your favorite hobby – remember that initial passion you felt? That knowledge that you had found something special, something that would inevitably become a part of you. Read more »

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Those last nights of summer where you can feel the golden hours soaking into your soul.  They knock at the wild heart that lies beneath, and you can feel a new adventure settling into your bones.  Pack your bags and take to the road. Bond with the sounds of the old Silverado engine as it tells stories of the unknown.  Find the adventure, chase the light…let the sounds and sights of the final days of a northwest summer prevail. Read more »

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Imagine a life where days are spent tending to the land on which you live. The food you eat is the food you grew. You get your hands dirty – and it’s always in a dress. Adorable goats, chickens, and rabbits grace you with their presence every day. Beauty is all around, and you never cease to notice it. Read more »

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This post is part of our restricted diet series from Beth of Tasty Yummies. Read more »

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We talk a lot about oils here on the Free People blog, and for good reason – they’re amazing for both your external and internal health. Personally, I’m a fan of coconut oil: I cook with it, slather it on my skin, rub it into the ends of my hair, and even add it to my coffee and tea. Read more »

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I’ve always been a hoarder collector by nature. As a child, I had the eye of a magpie, collecting and displaying little things I’d find, but while this habit started out innocently enough, lately I’ve felt the need to simplify. Read more »

Bele @ BlahBlah -Aug 20, 2014, 1:45AM
Best post on de-cluttering, I also have an ambivalent relationship with purging. Part of my problem is that a lot of the thing I love are things that someone didn't think to throw out, like my grandfather's bakerlite phone. However, it occurred to me that these things were always useful until they became beautiful (to me) and so it's okay to treasure my treasures and discard the rest x
Cara -Aug 20, 2014, 1:22AM
I can definitely relate to this article. I moved to LA from the east coast about a year ago - before living here I was in Cleveland for school (in my own 4 room apartment) & still had my childhood bedroom at home in Pittsburgh as well. My life was so cluttered that I didn't know what to do with myself. Thrifting is somewhat of an art form in the Cleveland community so over the course of 4 years I collected so many trinkets / blankets / books / dishes / & vases that when I finally graduated & moved home we filled my grandmother's basement completely with boxes. When I finally decided to move to LA, I had to leave all of those items behind (which I eventually went through last summer, getting rid of all things unnecessary) and try to learn how to survive with less space & less stuff. I packed 3 suitcases full of clothes & moved to LA in September - because of couch surfing and terrible roommates I have found myself in 8 different apartments - I have gotten in the (almost insane) habit of ridding things from my life & decluttering because of this nomadic lifestyle (so much so that I couldn't stand living in the last shared apt that I was in because the girl collected so many trinkets that everything was dusty and dirty all of the time - her style was much like mine living in Cleveland) LA has been a blessing in teaching me that less is more & that life is a journey in which having more things only slows you down. I go through my clothes at least once every 2 weeks and get rid of things that I never ever wear. I have gone from having items that were from high school - to refining my wardrobe into things that I wear on a normal basis. It is completely refreshing dropping a trash bag full of clothes into a donation box. Reading this article - I realize that I no longer miss these items - in fact I don't even really remember what I have donated over the past couple of months. I've also rid myself of hoarding trinkets, cute dishes, plates & bowls (something I did in Cleveland), & now stick to only having items necessary for living simply (this includes food!). I find myself breathing deeper & thinking less about the space surrounding me - and more about the ideas I have brewing in my mind.

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The moody, slate-grey days of fall aren’t too far off, lying just beyond the horizon. I’ll be sad to leave this sun-soaked summer behind, but will also be welcoming those cozy, grey afternoons with open arms. Read more »

Kenzie Smith -Aug 19, 2014, 10:34PM
What kind of tape did you use? The last time I attempted to use tape to make designs on my nails it peeled up the first coat of polish..
Shelley -Aug 19, 2014, 5:40PM
This is so cute and it looks easy to do too. https://www.etsy.com/shop/EarthChildArt?ref=hdr

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If you’re looking for a superfood breakfast, this is your answer. Hands down. Read more »

Shelley -Aug 19, 2014, 5:38PM
Looks healthy and delicious! https://www.etsy.com/shop/EarthChildArt?ref=hdr
Alexandra -Aug 19, 2014, 4:38PM
I'm weary of the chia - but setting the intention of braving it! Warm regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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I have always been a fan of turtlenecks.  Read more »

Alice -Aug 19, 2014, 11:25PM
Love these looks! I can not wait for fall and sweater season. Aesthetics in Wonder
Alexandra -Aug 19, 2014, 4:41PM
I'd love to rock a sharp black Audrey-esque one this season! Thanks for the inspiration.xo Warm regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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Music festivals are not always the best venue to fully experience music.  With so many people in one place, the crowd can be overwhelming, and if the artist doesn’t have the right stage presence, they aren’t able to fully captivate the audience and the performance can fall flat.  I definitely did not get to see all of the bands I wanted to see at Outside Lands, but I was able to catch a few performances that really stood out. Here are some of my highlights from Outside Lands 2014! Read more »

Tiffany -Aug 19, 2014, 2:46PM
The best festival ever among the trees and mystical fog. Loved Local Natives as well. Can't wait for next year! http://www.sunshinedaydreamphotography.com
Alison -Aug 19, 2014, 2:10PM
OL is always a blast. I recommend it to everyone every year. This was the first year I as able to bring someone along ( my sister-in-law), to share the love and festivities the park has to offer. We had a blast, she vows to attend every year now! Sorry I missed you there FP, maybe next year Ü. Awesome photos. Do you have many pictures of all the awesome food! That could be a post on its own!! xo

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This post comes from Julia of the blog StylonylonRead more »

Lee @ Modern Granola -Aug 18, 2014, 3:39PM
Looks like so much fun! And love the dress.
Amy -Aug 18, 2014, 2:32PM
£6.50 for a ploughmans? *faints* beautiful pictures though. A.

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This morning when I stepped out into the AM light, I was met with something unexpected, yet entirely welcome: Crisp air. Read more »

Shelley -Aug 19, 2014, 5:44PM
Love all these looks. Thanks for the great tips! https://www.etsy.com/shop/EarthChildArt?ref=hdr
amy -Aug 19, 2014, 12:00PM
LOVE this, might try it myself! <3

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