Just by being a part of this here blog, I’ve learned lots and lots about the uses and benefits of different foods. This time around, instead of listing off all the benefits of a particular food or sharing a particular recipe, I thought I’d give it a little spin: 4 ingredients, 3 ways.
This week, I traveled to NYC to visit our showroom on a work trip. Read more »
Told you guys I’ve been on a coffee kick lately… I may not drink it, but of course I love using it to make body scrub, and who doesn’t enjoy spending some quiet time at a quaint cafe like this or this? Today I’ve got another use for coffee — and tea, too! Natural dyeing. We’ve done flowers and black beans, and now we’re on to coffee and tea. It’s easy, effective, fun… and it smells delicious. Read more »
I rented a hotel room the other night. It was just for me. Me alone. Read more »
First of all, thank you so much to everyone who has shared wedding photos with us! I’m looking forward to sharing many of them here on the blog :). These photos were one of the first submissions I got, from reader Jordan, and they took my breath away! The decor has such a beautiful rustic feel that sets a perfect mood for a low-key, intimate wedding that took place at the lodge at Lake Wedington, in Arkansas. The bride wore a vintage dress, accessorized with Free People bracelets, and incorporated many DIY elements into her beautiful day. Thank you so, so much for sharing Jordan, and congrats to you and Daniel :). Read more »
Whenever I browse through Pinterest, I find myself always stopping and staring at images of spices. Read more »
There is nothing more captivating than seeing people who are genuinely in love, and hearing about the unique circumstances that brought them together. Here we bring you real life love stories – no two are the same. Read more »
Wrinkle emergencies. We’ve all had them. Maybe you’re traveling and your suitcase didn’t quite keep the fabric of your dress as smooth as you’d hoped… but there’s no iron at the place you’re staying.
“Freeing herself of the dust from her past was exhausting. Who knew dust could be so heavy? Who knew fresh air would be so exhilarating?”