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Post image for Musical Match: Meet Kaneholler

I’m always intrigued by couples who also work together, particularly musicians.

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Cassie -Apr 29, 2015, 2:12PM
Cute! I love their style and I want to listen to what they've got!
Alexandra -Apr 29, 2015, 11:29AM
Such a beautiful couple! I'll definitely have to listen to their music, their inspirations like sleigh bells and adventure club are so so good. Warm Regards, Alexandra www. Little Wild Heart .com

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Post image for Keep Bugs at Bay the Natural Way: DIY Bug Repellent and Citronella Candles

So, you’ve been diligently following along with all of our amazing #FPEarthMonth content, getting back to nature and feeling good… Read More

paige -Apr 30, 2015, 7:43PM
this came at such a good time! I'm constantly on my balcony especially at night, so I've been on the look out for citronella candles, so stoked to try these!
Cassie -Apr 29, 2015, 2:11PM
Hate bugs! Now that it's summer they're gonna have an influx in LA! Yikes!

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Post image for Playlist: Drive With The Windows Down

It’s such a good feeling….
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Emma -May 08, 2015, 9:26PM
I have that palmistry guide poster! :)
Cassie -Apr 29, 2015, 2:12PM
Do you have any good workout playlists? I need some new dubstep tunes!

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This is a place for clarity, a place to be humbled, a place to remember the little things… to lift the weight… to achieve balance.Read More

Cassie -Apr 29, 2015, 5:38PM
I love those getaways! And I also think spring cleaning will be a great relief!
mel -Apr 29, 2015, 2:18PM
Can relate so much to this.Always finding little getaways somewhere in nature to get myself back to a good place and this always does it for me.

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Post image for Reflecting On Another Year Gone By

It’s my birthday on Wednesday and, once again, I can’t help but feel reflective.Read More

fp joanna -Apr 30, 2015, 4:13PM
Happy birthday to you too, Alexandra, Elizabeth Rose, Anne, Carli, and Isabella! Best wishes! xx
Isabella -Apr 30, 2015, 3:36AM
Yesterday was my birthday too. I turned 22. As I climbed into bed at the end of the day, I felt an overwhelming power of release. I was able to let go of the trials that I faced throughout the previous year. I'm now a year older, and feel in a position where I am in charge of what happens next. It's exciting and really, being content with who you are and what you have, is the best birthday present anyone could ask for. Love Isabella

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Post image for Vegan Vietnamese Iced Latte Recipe

When warm weather hits, is there anything better than the first iced coffee of the season?Read More

Maggie -May 12, 2015, 11:15PM
I love this so so much!! Please make more coffee recipes! Like a vegan iced mocha for summer :)
Wendy -Apr 28, 2015, 4:57PM
It is so funny how every single time I think of something or hear about something new, you guys always end up coming out with a post about it on the blog! I've been obsessing over this lately, trying to find the perfect recipe. You guys seriously rule.

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Post image for Enchanted Forest

This post comes from our Northwest Social Media Specialist & Senior Visual Manager, Nikki!

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lynn -Apr 29, 2015, 2:05PM
Beautiful forest shoot! Enchanting and magical, enough that it inspired me to do a painting! :)
Calley -Apr 29, 2015, 1:37PM
I really love this post! The photos are breathtaking and i love the incorporation of sacred geometry with nature. Stunning.

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Post image for DIY Mason Jar Fresh Herb Garden

This post comes from our blog intern, Aubrie!

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Shea -Aug 10, 2015, 8:32PM
I have had an indoor mason jar garden for a while, and hooray for its cuteness! Unfortunately, many herbs and plants will eventually die and experience root rot if you aren't using VERY well draining soil. ( I recently experimented with mixing sand into all potting soil I use, which enhances drainage). As mentioned by another person, it would be wise to put about 1" of pebbles on the bottom of the jar!
Amanda -Aug 01, 2015, 12:30AM
I tried something similar. But I put small pebbles on the bottom of my mason jar to help with water drainage. But mine have started to grow green algae in the pebbles and also a little between the jar and the dirt. Is this normal? will it harm the herbs or should I be worried about using the herbs?

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Post image for Free People in Paris: Collection Preview with Miss Pandora

This post comes from our UK PR Manager Lisa! Follow along with her on Instagram @freepeopleukRead More

Vicky -May 03, 2015, 4:09PM
The next logical step would be to expand the UK site to the EU, non? :D If not, a store in Antwerp would be ok too? <3
Kristy -May 01, 2015, 9:27AM
Please come to Amsterdam!!!!

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Post image for City Planting at La Finquita

Cliff Brown takes no notice of me as I walk toward the small Philly farm he’s managed for the past several years.Read More

Maïa -Apr 28, 2015, 11:14AM
Such a good idea, community gardens are just what we need in France ! x, Maïa
kait -Apr 28, 2015, 10:57AM
beautiful images!!

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Post image for How to Make Dry Shampoo with Wilder Quarterly Editor, Abbye Churchill

At Wilder HQ, we know a thing or two about roughing it in the wilderness. Read More

Megan -Apr 29, 2015, 5:07PM
you can drill holes in the bottom with a diamond cutting drill bit OR put an inch or two of pebbles/small stones at the bottom of the jar..the roots WILL rot without some kind of drainage ;)
Beth -Apr 27, 2015, 3:02PM
I love using arrowroot powder instead of baking soda or corn starch because they are such fine powders! Great post

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Post image for Where’d All The Time Go?

My introduction to photography was through film, and it was in those quiet dark room moments that I fell in love with it.Read More

caitlin -May 14, 2015, 12:16PM
Reminds me to get my son's disposable from a few years ago developped. It was from his trip to visit his great grandfather in NJ. He travelled with my mother and brother to Monticello as well. I so want to learn his perspective at that age.
Cassie -Apr 28, 2015, 12:07PM
Time is really the most expensive essence we have on this Earth. It's so important to not let it go to waste, and I cherish all the memories I can reminisce of.

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