Now that Halloween has officially passed, one question remains: What to do with all these pumpkins?
For all of you orange-obsessed (and for those of you who aren’t…beware, you might just have a change of heart). All of your pumpkin beauty/food DIY needs below…
A festive body scrub recipe just in time for fall… Read More
This week, consider the power of nutrition to shape your day from its start…
We can decorate them, consume them, and hey, even throw a party for them…
I hopped on the pumpkin spice bandwagon. Read More
The holidays are such a wonderful time of year, a time to gather with family and friends to give thanks and appreciate one another.
Candle-lit pumpkins flicker from every doorstep, tissue-paper spirits haunt the nearly barren branches of sidewalk trees, talk of costumes and candy flutter through the air… yes, these signs can only mean one thing: All Hallows Eve has finally arrived. Read More
A new season is here… Read More
Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday that takes place the day after Halloween, November 1st, and one of the most recognizable symbols of the holiday is the sugar skull. Traditionally made of sugar, these colorfully decorated skulls would be used to adorn alters made in remembrance of deceased friends and family or left as gifts to those still living in celebration of the holiday. I think it’s a really cool tradition, and I’ve always just loved the look of the sugar skulls with their contradictory, almost cheerful look. They also make great decorations this time of year, and I was inspired by these to paint planters and pumpkins to look like sugar skulls! Read More