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I think we can all agree that sometimes a Sunday well spent is on the couch, curled up in warmth, and wearing the most comfortable items in your wardrobe. I did this last Sunday, and I fully enjoyed myself.  Read more »

fpzoe -Jan 31, 2015, 6:17PM
one word: scandal
Lucy -Jan 31, 2015, 5:07PM
The only way to spend a Sunday is be lazy, right? I seem to loose all motivation to be productive on Sundays so generally end up in bed reading blogs and having chill out time. I think it's nice to have those less hectic days just to relieve a little bit of stress... infinity of fashion// Lucy Jane

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While December may technically be the darkest month of the season, for many it’s the months of January and February that usher in a sense of wintery doom and gloom. Read more »

Mimi -Feb 01, 2015, 12:19AM
I love the ideas about having nice rituals, I totally want to try one/ a few! And taking the camera walk is such a good idea too, it reminds me of when I took a photography class and had weekly assignments. Whenever I would walk down to the ferry I'd take my camera and always notice stuff I'd normally just walk past! What I do in for the "winter blues" or really anytime is to do headstands (do them up next to a bed or a wall if your not that good like me, btw). It gives your head more blood, and it makes me feel SO MUCH BETTER consistently.
Shanice Romelus -Jan 31, 2015, 10:18AM
This was such a great and much needed post, I've been down for a little while and it's great to know I'm not alone and these tips are surely going to make me smile.

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OK, I know for those of you in northern climates, it seems strange to be talking about ice cream right now…. Read more »

DRAMA -Jan 31, 2015, 11:32PM
Shanice Romelus -Jan 31, 2015, 10:22AM
Wow this looks amazing! I have to show my friends

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Post image for Express Your Inner Artist: 5 Different Mediums to Explore

This post comes from our blog intern, Aubrie!

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J -Feb 01, 2015, 7:08AM
Nice post! I am a designer but must admit collaging is something I haven't done much of.. but has always intrigued me, maybe this'll be the year I start! PS. I could be wrong but for "oil Pastels' it looks like you've used a picture of chalk pastels...
Delaney -Jan 31, 2015, 6:34PM
This is a great post. If you're looking for ways to trial new artistic techniques, check out the "Get Messy Art Journal" community. It's relaunching next week and it's an amazingly supportive community, using art journalling prompts every week. It's a brilliant way to expose yourself to new mediums. Xx

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Post image for Katherine Greiner’s Make It Burn Workout + Playlist

I don’t know about you, but my winter gym routine is getting old fast.

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Silviu Udrea -Jan 31, 2015, 1:52AM
trully inspiring moves I think i will workout harder today :)
Laurel -Jan 30, 2015, 10:44PM
I wish this was a'd be a lot easier to follow. I'm a visual learner, so a video would work better. still, I love this routine! it's a great mix of yoga and pilates.

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Drastic change came knocking on my door recently; I will soon be leaving New York City — my home for over a year — to return to California. Read more »

Jennifer -Jan 31, 2015, 3:12PM
What do you use to edit your photos? So beautiful and uplifting! Much love.
fp joanna -Jan 30, 2015, 2:50PM
Julie, I love the idea of bringing favorite pieces of the past with you. I bet your headboard is beautiful! Ayu, don't worry, we'll still be featuring New York! xx

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This post comes from our Australia contributor, Miann Scanlan. Follow along with her on Instagram @freepeopleaustralia

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Anisha -Jan 30, 2015, 6:19AM
this was so truly inspirational! great job and i love the tips that you gave above! they are so helpful <3
Steph Rogers -Jan 30, 2015, 5:36AM
You have handled your situation admirably! I've had a couple of almost terrible accidents whilst surfing in Bali last year and it's safe to say it definitely knocked my confidence, but I agree and think that staying inspired is key! I really admire your will and determination to master surfing! Really inspiring post!

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Last week, beautiful yogi Talia Sutra said something that really struck me as we were nearing the end of the wonderful class she taught at the #FPLetsMove event in Brooklyn. Read more »

Jade Johnson -Jan 31, 2015, 3:09AM
This post is really inspiring, I'm definitely going to return to it when I'm feeling (and looking) down. Thank you!
Anisha -Jan 30, 2015, 6:22AM
This was such a unique and almost spiritual post! I loved it xx

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Post image for FP Me Stylist Of The Week: Saralrash

Blonde hair, fair skin… Sara has a look that’s soft and romantic, but leaves you curious about the soul that lives within.

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lani -Jan 31, 2015, 11:48AM
Sara has amazing style! Loved seeing her as FP ME stylist of the week. Have followed her for sometime!
Rae -Jan 30, 2015, 7:27AM
Sara has a fantastic sense of style and these photos are all very beautiful. I esp. love the outfit and hair in the last photo! Rae | love from berlin

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