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When spring arrives, we naturally enter into this beautiful, colorful time, where layers are shed as we make room for new growth, both within us and around us. Read more »

Clementine Buttercup -Apr 01, 2015, 3:25PM
I always welcome the spring by spending as much time as possible outside. My morning cuppa is enjoyed in the garden so that I can enjoy the sun's rays and the birdsong! http://clementinebuttercup.blogspot.co.uk
Julie -Apr 01, 2015, 12:12AM
I tried pressing flowers and they can be beautiful decorations. They are a conversation starter whenever people come to visit.

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My most recent trip to Austin was number three for me.
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Victoria -Mar 30, 2015, 10:32AM
I've never been to Austin, but it's definitely on my list! Gorgeous pictures :) What camera did you use? Lots of love! http://woodlandhalls.wordpress.com
Alexandra -Mar 30, 2015, 9:52AM
Lovely photos - looks like so much fun! So glad you had such a fabulous time! Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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There are times in life when everything seems to rush in all at once. Read more »

Susan Christine -Apr 13, 2015, 3:05PM
Take control of what you can control. These are words that I've learned to live by and repeat to myself daily. Great post, thank you for sharing.
Sunny -Apr 10, 2015, 8:15PM
Here's a lighthearted suggestion. I have a theme song. Whenever I have a mild attack of the blues I make myself sing Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah. It's a song from a very old Disney movie, but it works for me. After singing a few bars I cannot help but smile. I enjoyed your post!

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Sleep. It’s vital to our survival; to the healing of our bodies and our minds. Read more »

Alyssa -Mar 27, 2015, 1:59PM
"For me, I think the most powerful takeaway has been self-awareness. I’ve become much more aware of my personal tendencies to escape from the present moment, and flee to a place filled with worry and fear." I think this is something I struggle with quite often. I'm a college student, a writer, and a musician, and sometimes things pile up. It's easy to forget the here and now and get trapped in that anxious space in your brain that is an ever-forming list of things to get done. Spend more time in the now, appreciating.... Great post. Great message. Warm Regards, Alyssa
Cassie -Mar 24, 2015, 8:07PM
Beautiful interior design! How serene!

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Can you feel it? There’s a change in the air. Read more »

Cassie -Mar 20, 2015, 6:37PM
The dress is so beautiful!
Alexandra -Mar 20, 2015, 2:44PM
I'm so so sooo in love with your posts and photography!! You are quie literally blog goals:)x AllysDays.blogspot.com

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In case you haven’t picked up on it yet, I’m a little obsessed with mood boards… and spring. Read more »

Regan -Mar 25, 2015, 1:11PM
I love love love this post!! Mood boards are such a good idea, I am definitely going to do this for a summer project. I am constantly looking for new art, photography, magazine posts, blog, etc. that inspire me. <3 https://reganscamera.wordpress.com/
Faiza -Mar 20, 2015, 1:39PM
Yes. I needed a little pick me up and here it is. http://thoughtdweller.blogspot.com/

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Close your eyes and imagine Los Angeles.  Read more »

Calley -May 19, 2015, 5:22PM
I would love to be featured on the free people blog! I am a Los Angeles based Acupuncturist trying to spread the word about eastern medicine. I have a great passion for this medicine and hope to share it with as many people as I can. I love and embody the free people spirit in my style and my acupuncture practice. It would be an honor to be featured. Let me know if you are interested. : ) Here is my website: http://seedoflifeacupuncture.com/
Michelle Collins -Mar 25, 2015, 2:15PM
I am so excited to be reading this! Its so timely, since I will be traveling to LA for the first time ever next month. I have to check out these spots!

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This post comes from our blog intern, Aubrie!

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Cassie -Mar 18, 2015, 5:07PM
Sometimes I feel as if life is so unfair, and this was so inspiring. Thank you!
Vanessa -Mar 17, 2015, 12:35PM
One of my favorite quotes “I'm a greater believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it” ― Thomas Jefferson

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How is it that you came to find this entity — one in over 7 BILLION on this earth? — who brings you the absolute opposite of loneliness? Read more »

Raquel -Mar 18, 2015, 7:01PM
My wife is my kindred spirit. She is my everything... see you on Instagram. Raquel www.raquelmanuela.com
Katie -Mar 16, 2015, 12:59PM
totally feel like my puppy is my kindred spirit <3 honeyandmay.com

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This post comes from our blog intern, Aubrie!

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Kim -Jun 25, 2015, 11:43AM
Beautiful. I love Brene Brown, she totally gets it. Great post!
Cora-Lynn -Mar 15, 2015, 7:21PM
Absolutely beautiful post. Thanks for sharing <3 www.thatscoralynn.com

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Post image for Festival of Colors: Celebrating the Coming of Spring

Brilliant clouds of colored powder puff up into the air and slowly disappear as they reach higher into the atmosphere.
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Raquel -Mar 15, 2015, 10:12AM
My best friend loves going to this festival. Every time I see pretty clouds of color I think of her. Raquel Www.raquelmanuela.com
Laura @ Roam + Golightly -Mar 13, 2015, 10:09AM
This is so incredible! I'm going to go research if any local Holi events are happening around my area. I can only imagine how bright and beautiful it would be to attend something like this!

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So this morning, I’ll be heading up to NYC.

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Alyssa -Mar 29, 2015, 4:26PM
I work at 6am most days, so I am up and at 'em pretty early. I have a 1.3 mile trek to the trolley with a 30 min ride to work. Then in the afternoons I attend classes. I have found that the best thing to do is pack food! I used to spend so much money on coffee, lunch, and snacks, but now I leave home equipped with a travel mug, a lunch pail, and a reusable bottle (bpa free, of course!). I usually have a backpack on me and possibly a smaller tote for days I need to change out of my work clothes for school. And to make my traveling more tolerable, I always have a book and headphones. On the trolley, I usually close my eyes and listen to music to relax a bit before the busy day begins. I keep a tiny pad of paper handy too to jot down any reminders or personal notes that come to mind throughout the morning.
Alex -Mar 21, 2015, 3:57PM
This blog, being insightful and incredibly in the loop, also maintains an approach to the working woman- What makes it easiest to keep the balance between fun and serious topics such as your "Vulnerable" post? I appreciate your multiple posts on SXSW and your ability to constantly know what to post for your audience, when did you learn of what your permanent audience would be and how to reach them? All of the photos are aesthetically pleasing. As a company, do you find it most efficient for one blogger to do the entire post, research, and photos or is it more productive to split the work within a post? Thank you for making a blog that is well researched, where there are frequent posts, and where reader feedback is encouraged!

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