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

nesha -Oct 14, 2014, 10:18PM
I just lost my father to cancer last week and wow the pain is very real - there is a void and an emptiness in my life that I am still learning how to handle. I know as time goes on, I will slowly move on but I definitely look at life from a different perspective, especially after seeing him pass on first hand. I really appreciate your post because until then, I felt vunerable and fragile. Your post taught me to accept the fact that it's ok to grieve and take time to realise to feel all kinds of emotions before moving on. I will always feel a void and a longing for my father but take comfort in knowing that he is no longer in pain, and I will always do my best for him. Makes me treasure my life more and appreciate everything that my father has done for me, and will make sure that I can be the best that I can be for him.
suu -Sep 07, 2014, 6:11PM
thank you all for sharing your hearts. I sincerely love you people for this and wish all the best in the world for us all, here, there and above. ((( <3 )))

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This post comes from our AVM and Social Media Specialist at Free People Aspen, April! Read more »

KAyla -Oct 15, 2014, 9:54PM
i want to know where the hat is from! :)
Christina -Aug 25, 2014, 4:28PM
so inspirational! i need to get out of my office! - Christina www.cityloveee.blogspot.com

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Twenty-four hours in Vancouver, and what do you do? Read more »

Audrina -Sep 01, 2014, 4:29PM
I live in Vancouver! This is very cool to see how my hometown is portrayed as such a beautiful place. And yes, places in Gastown is amazing :) http://mindfullyaudrina.blogspot.ca/
Carol -Aug 27, 2014, 8:38PM
Some other great places to go to in Vancouver to visit can include Artigiano Cafe and Kitsilano Beach !

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Post image for Farm Life Inspiration: Meet Jade

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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Court -Sep 25, 2014, 10:28AM
She has the most realistic point of view on love I have ever read. Couldn't have said it better, Jade. So glad I found your instagram, I can't wait to become a farm girl myself. Keep dreaming lovelies!!

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This post comes from Julia of the blog StylonylonRead more »

Love Improchori -Aug 21, 2014, 6:45AM
weeee the Accessorize cow made it in your photo diary! lots of love from London! x
Lee @ Modern Granola -Aug 18, 2014, 3:39PM
Looks like so much fun! And love the dress.

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Post image for Monday Quote: Everything Connects

Eventually, everything connects. Read more »

Donna -Aug 19, 2014, 10:57PM
Love it! I couldn't agree with this more. "Eventually everything comes to light, and everything works out just the way it's supposed to."
Faiza -Aug 19, 2014, 10:46AM
"Everything works out just the way it's supposed to." I do believe that's going to stick with me. Thank you. http://etsy.com/shop/earthlingcreations

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I’ve let you all in on what lessons I took away from Wanderlust, but along with me there were hundreds of other yogis experiencing and learning. Read more »

Alexandra -Aug 16, 2014, 11:37PM
"Yoga is a moving prayer" "Strength is softness" I adored this piece- especially these lessons! Gorgeous - I'll be carrying these into my practice. Namaste & Warm regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com
Sierra Rose -Aug 16, 2014, 10:19PM
awesome post! Love yoga!!

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I’ve always had trouble remembering my dreams. In the morning, instead of rising with crisp post-sleep visuals, I’ll wake with almost no recollection of where my mind may have wandered to during the night. Read more »

Ellie -Sep 22, 2014, 4:57PM
When I was little, I dreamt dreams that filled me with angst, confusion or boredom and I couldn't handle them anymore and then I thought 'I want to wake up! I want to wake up!' and this means I knew I was dreaming if not at the entire process of the dream then those few moments where I said 'No more of that!' and I knew I had to wake up to get away from this dream! I remember one or two times I changed the surroundings of my dream if I am sick of it but that happens very rarely and I have so much conscioussness that I tend to wake up not long after it because I regain more and more consciousness by thinking this is a dream so eventually I wake up. I think that lucid dreaming can be very tiring because of that and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Sometimes I make happen something I want to happen but usually it is unconsciously done! And then I think "Weird that happened exactly what I had in mind!". But this is your dream you idiot! I usually don't remember my dreams, sometimes I remember details and sometimes even more details but that's usually the latter part of the dream just before I wake up or it may also be previous details that shocked me so that I can remember them. Often those bits I remember are either my subconscious trying to tell me something about my life and sometimes my remembered dreams are prophetic or happening. So I think there's a reason I remember them! My grandmother watches prophetic dreams all the time mostly for myself and for others too. That's the dreams she usually remembers. And the event she's dreaming usually happens the very same day or the next day or it happened and she didn't know it but she saw it in her sleep anyway! Sometimes it takes longer but definitely it happens! It's weird!!! I think this experience of mine will also be interesting to you: When I was little I frequently dreamt that they were chasing me (monsters etc). I couldn't see them but I saw their shadow or heard them or I just run because I knew something was chasing me I did not dare to look at. At one time I was so sick and tired of always running I thought "I am sick and tired of always running" (maybe I knew they were dreams at that moment I'm not sure) " Whatever it is, I'll deal with it and I don't care what happens next!" . When I said that I faced my persecutors and they were cute children's toys that welcomed me and smiled at me!!! Then I woke up and since then I've never seen drems like that again!!! :) With the exception of an occasional mass shooter who doesn't want to kill only me but that's rare!
Madeline -Sep 14, 2014, 3:33PM
I love creating my dreams. I don't really know if mine count as lucid dreaming, because I do them when I'm just laying in bed and not quite asleep. Once I have it all set up, I can do whatever I want and go wherever I like. Then, once I fall asleep, I'm usually still in that dream, so I know I'm just dreaming! I love doing it. :) Thanks for this post! I really liked it! :)

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Post image for Monday Quote: Those Moments

“There are moments that I know I will long for even as I live them.” -Judith Katzir Read more »

Lawrance -Aug 25, 2014, 11:38AM
Great article to start my day. It’s so true, we can choose to be happy. Why worry about what can’t be changed? http://pickmyled.com/top-5-best-2ft-t5-grow-lights-fixtures-review/
melva -Aug 14, 2014, 9:22PM
Nice

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Post image for Color Of The Season: Oxblood

As we move into a new season in the fashion world, deeper hues are starting to be re-introduced to our wardrobes. Read more »

Gemy Vinson -Aug 22, 2014, 1:25PM
I absolutely love this color - especially for Fall! How about for a hair color????
Saphoona -Aug 13, 2014, 9:20PM
Red is MY colour. Thank you for this great article! http://www.etsy.com/shop/Saphoona

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It calls your name…a yearning in your soul to move, to dream, to explore. Read more »

Dee -Aug 08, 2014, 12:07AM
Upstate New York served as a perfect backdrop. I love this photo set, and the Sienna Plaid Maxi Skirt and Almost Famous Top pair so well together. DW | http://www.daundra.com
Hypnotica Vintage -Aug 07, 2014, 9:23AM
Gorgeous lookbook... really have my eye on that oxblood fringe jacket and the concho necklace. And the kilim weekender... wow. http://www.etsy.com/shop/HypnoticaVintage

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Post image for Jenny Bahn: Story Of Model To Writer

It was 2008 and I was living with my then-boyfriend in Los Angeles, sharing a ‘20s style duplex with hardwood floors and jalousie windows that leaked cold air during California winters. He was—and is—a photographer. We met on the set of a shoot I didn’t want to show up for on account of extreme sleep deprivation and general laziness. I remember the point when he reached over and pushed my chin towards the light in a certain way and I could tell, right then and there, that this was the person for me, at least for a time. No matter the duration, you meet people for reasons, and his was to push me towards another chapter of my life, which was out of a career modeling and into writing. Read more »

Lola -Aug 11, 2014, 10:53AM
This is just what I needed. I too am at that crossroad wondering if I should really leave my mediocre and uninspiring HR job and take a chance on my passion without knowing anyone in that industry. There's something in me that feels like it'll work out but uncertainty is just an unly doubt away. This post was like a warm blanket of reassurance. Thank you for your story.
Leigh -Aug 09, 2014, 8:44AM
So, so inspriring. I’m also moving to NYC with hopes of it opening up oppurtunities before me(just like every other white, middle class gal in America, eh?). It’s funny how life happens and there are catalysts to lead us to our true selves. You just never know unless you try it. Props to you for searching, not settling!

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