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On Friday, I shared this photo and caption on my Instagram, but I believe it also needs to have a permanent place on my blog. I’m no longer staying in my lane, remember? This week I’m focusing on educating myself on racial injustice from a place of white privilege, and I plan to share some […]

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The Mission Is A Revolution

Jun 1

Numerology is a topic I could discuss all day long. I love personality types and figuring out how we all tick. It’s like a secret into our souls and that makes me excited. If you’re new to numerology, I recommend you start with my blog post on how to discover your life path number. In […]

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Numerology: At Home Self-Care Based On Your Life Path Number

May 28

This post contains affiliate links. If you choose to purchase any of the products I have recommended, I may receive a small commission, which is at no cost to you. For more information, please visit my disclosure page. These days my mind is filled with anything home-related. Fo the past two years now my husband and I […]

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How I’m Planning To Style My New Home Sustainably

May 20

Welcome to week 14562798 of quarantine. This week has been a bit different for me as I’ve actually left the house a few times. My mask has gotten some use and it’s been a mix of feeling free and feeling claustrophobic from having a large cloth covering my nose and mouth. I’ve gone out for […]

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Lockdown Diaries – on vegan lasagna, a bit of leniency, and houseplants

May 15

I can’t remember where I first discovered The Class by Taryn Toomey, but I do know from the second I heard it something connected me energetically. This was years ago, way before the rise of digital fitness platforms and even quality social media marketing. But I remember seeing The Class somewhere and thinking, “if Taryn […]

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The Workout That Has Saved Me During Self-Isolation

May 12

As you can probably tell from my blog logo alone, tea is very special to me. I love how tea creates such a cozy feeling and there are so many different options. You can be an herbal tea drinker, or black tea, matcha, chai, and loads in between. Certain teas can even be like forms […]

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My Week In Tea

May 8

This post contains affiliate links. If you choose to purchase any of the products I have recommended, I may receive a small commission, which is at no cost to you. For more information, please visit my disclosure page. It’s such an odd balance, isn’t it? Recognizing that people are suffering, there is a lot of […]

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How I’ve Been Staying Productive Through Quarantine

May 6

I feel like I’m living in Gilead from The Handmaid’s Tale. People I used to hug on my morning dog walk I now hardly recognize from the mask over their face. We walk away from each other rather than towards, making sure to keep a strict 6-foot+ distance. I know it’s for all our own […]

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Non-Medical Grade Masks That Help Keep Us Safe & Do Good

May 4

Today marks day 35 of quarantine because of COVID-19. Even typing that out feels like I’m writing a science fiction novel. It’s a weird, weird time. I’ve been writing in my journal as much as I can because I want to be able to look back and remember my emotions, the world’s experience, and how […]

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The Lockdown Diaries – on sourdough, slow living, & the collective pause

Apr 19

Hello lovely! And happy New Year. I can’t believe we’re already in March. Each year as I get older time seems to pass quicker and quicker. 2020 has been a busy one for me so far. I’m currently writing this blog post on a 9 1/2 hour plane ride back to the states. I’ve been […]

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Reminiscing in Paris | Slow Travel

Mar 4

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