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Already missing your summer glow? Get it back the natural way with this easy body butter recipe!!Read More

Donna -Nov 10, 2015, 12:28PM
Does this stain bed sheets or clothes?
Julian -Nov 08, 2015, 2:01PM
That's really interesting. I love that you can change the color tone so easily.

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Los Angeles welcomes another museum to the art scene — say hello to The Broad Museum. 

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fp joanna -Nov 06, 2015, 3:42PM
Thanks for the heads up about tickets, Sarah. There is also a non-ticket line that admits entrance on the day of for anyone willing to arrive early and wait in line! Speaking of galleries, which do you love? I'm interested in checking them out! xx, Joanna
Sarah -Nov 06, 2015, 3:10PM
So far I've been twice and it'd been incredible. There are so many phenomenal galleries in L.A. that should also be mentioned beyond the museums. Also you guys might want to include that tickets are sold out until mid-January.

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Post image for FP Me Stylist Of The Week: Sam Hobson

Get inspired by our stylist of the week! 
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Tess -Nov 18, 2015, 5:21AM
Such a fan of your work.. Check out my interest Style board https://www.pinterest.com/lapetitetess/boy-meets-girl/ Been trying to get a stylist position at Free People for a while now. Aaanywhoo keep up with the good work FP and please continue with the Short Films..Guy Aroch is everything!
charlotte law -Nov 05, 2015, 4:17PM
So inspirational! Check out my NEW blog post reviewing the clinique sonic system! www.charlottejessica.com

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Post image for Playlist: Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 Lineup

A new festival is just around the corner. Take a listen to those who we’re most excited to see…

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Post image for Raw Apple Cookie Recipe + FP UK Bonfire Night

Remember, remember the 5th of November! Celebrating the UK winter celebration ‘Guy Fawkes Night’ with Sophie from Dust Granola.Read More

rory -Nov 08, 2015, 12:15PM
150 F or C? also are the apple baked at the same temperature? looks great the instructions are just a bit unclear
kate -Nov 07, 2015, 12:19PM
for sure going to make these. delicious looking!

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Post image for Making a Difference: Gingerhill Farm

Nestled on five acres just south of Kona, Hawaii, Gingerhill Farm is changing the way we look at daily living. 

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Jessica -Nov 05, 2015, 8:33AM
Wow this looks like the dream life, so magical. Would love to live a life so connected with nature (and will as soon as possible!) Jess and Ruby xx http://bellawoodstock.com
Michelle -Nov 05, 2015, 8:11AM
What a truly magical place! I find people and places who strive for a better relationship with nature very inspiring! https://www.makeandmess.com/

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Post image for How To Make a Gratitude Journal + A Giveaway!

Learn how to make your own gratitude journal and enter for a chance to win! Read More

CreativeKhadija -Nov 22, 2015, 7:15AM
This is amazing idea :) Love it.. Thanks http://creativekhadija.com/
Lucy Calhoun -Nov 17, 2015, 11:56AM
I am greatful for the sound of voices in harmony, family, and the boundless love of Christ

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Post image for Celebrate National Novel Writing Month With A 30-Day Writing Challenge

November is Nanowrimo — celebrate by putting pen to paper for 30 days straight.

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wichintown -Nov 12, 2015, 7:06PM
It's crazy but today I was thinking about this... and write... and I wrote, and I found this. It's ins spanish, i hope u can read it without problem. It's about your 12th day ;) https://brujadeciudad.wordpress.com/2015/11/12/el-ingenio/
Megan b. -Nov 11, 2015, 3:08PM
I'm gonna be starting this a little late, but I really want to do it. Think of the Novel you will have written if you do this every year for 10+ years. And it could get better and better every year.

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Post image for Book Club: M Train by Patti Smith, Stations 6, 7 & 8 Discussion

Join in on this week’s book club discussion…

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alyssa (AKA Lily) -Nov 04, 2015, 5:51PM
– Do you believe it’s possible to live without time, the way the author and her husband did? I think there's something fantastical in nature about the idea of living without time. I'm currently in my last semester of college. My days are still ruled by a clock that pushes me from point A to point B from the time I roll out of bed in the morning until I go to sleep at night. I do, however, remember my summers spent in grade school not being sure (and not caring) what day of the week it was. In childhood it's easier to lose track of time and live in a timeless state. Maybe Patti Smith and her husband were living a sort of second childhood in that chapter of their lives. I'll even go further to say that maybe there are still hours that go by where we don't think about the time. When I'm on stage singing, when I have a day off and I'm sitting in front of my piano writing songs, I do not consider time. I don't glance at the clock in my house, I don't notice the time on my phone. Time doesn't seem to exist when I'm immersed in music. – Have you ever become obsessed with a fictional place or thing, the way the author did in Station 7? What was it? Why was it intriguing? Books have been my escape since childhood, and I've often gotten attached to fictional places and even people. I also obsessed over Stars Hollow (the fictional town in Gilmore Girls), and I was really upset when I learned that it only existed on a studio lot. I think the intrigue comes from the fact that it's already an escape for the viewer or reader, so it becomes a safe place, or at least a place of fascination. I've often found that I tend to obsess over fictional places that are very much so different from my environment. – Do you remember your dreams? Do you have a tool for remembering them, similar to the way Smith uses the alphabet in Station 8? I have insanely vivid dreams. Sometimes my dreams even seem to be slightly prophetic. I have conversations with people that are very meaningful, and I find myself picking them a part throughout the day. I don't really have a tool for remembering my dreams. I feel like I remember the ones that are most important, but I do write down the most intriguing ones in my journals. – Is there a landmark, like Casa Azul, you dream of one day visiting? Traveling in general is important to me. I've seen different parts of Europe--London, Paris, Barcelona, Rome, and Florence. Oddly enough, I've seen more of Europe than I have the US. I would definitely love to see more of the east coast, especially this time of year when the leaves are changing, and there's a lot of history there. I find myself in awe of Patti Smith and her travels. She just seems so worldly, and I think that makes her such an influential poet. – Do your dreams have repeat characters? What do you think they represent? I rarely have recurring dreams, so when I do, I pay attention to them. There was a girl named Lily who started making appearances in many of my dreams. Lily is also my nickname, so I connected her to myself. She was always giving me advice, telling me to take a leap, so I can only guess that she's representative of the risk taker in me who is somewhat timid at times. – What do you think The Cowboy represents? The Cowboy is an interesting guy. I think the first line in my journal from the day I bought this book was "It's not easy writing about nothing." It's still baffling to me.

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Post image for The Desert of Sisterly Love

Two sisters embark on a long-overdue pilgrimage to Joshua Tree desert. Read More

Michelle -Nov 03, 2015, 10:02AM
Thank you for this post, it was very inspiring and reminded me to contact my best friend again, we really need to reconnect since she moved away a few months ago! https://www.makeandmess.com/

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Post image for 10 Things…To Do When You’re Feeling Nostalgic

Next time you’re feeling nostalgic, embrace the past with one of these 10 things. Read More

Gail Lloyd -Nov 06, 2015, 12:08PM
Loved your ideas, as I love to reminisce. Scents trigger memories for me, along with songs. The smell of a child's baby doll, the scent of a hand or body cream, certain food smells, or when I get a whiff of someone's cologne it can take me back to my childhood, watching my mom getting ready to go out with my dad and spraying on her favorite cologne. I love drifting back to my past.
Suzee -Nov 06, 2015, 10:03AM
Listening to Vinyl is the ultimate way to feel nostalgic

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Post image for Meet the Faces of Our November Magalog

The November Magalog is finally here! Get to know the faces that fill the pages of our Holiday 2015 book…

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cristina -Nov 11, 2015, 2:35AM
does anyone know the name of the model in the very first photo?
tay -Nov 06, 2015, 8:16PM
The dress I bought for my friends wedding and modeled on IG looks so similar to this one! Maybe I will have to get both haha

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