The Time Creator will make the perfect Christmas gift for that one lady who is impossible to buy for.
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This naked rusty archway will hopefully be covered in purple king beans soon & a wild pumpkin has started making its way up the other side which is fine by me. I try to train my vines to grow up something rather than have them all over the ground creating shady places for snakes to hide & scare the crap out of me.
Ogni orecchino è un pezzo unico ed hanno una storia.
Dietro questo quadratino di luce c’è la telefonata di un marito amorevole che mi ha chiesto di realizzare qualcosa di speciale per la moglie, con colori accesi che ricordassero la Spagna 🇪🇸 La prossima storia sarà la tua?
Isn’t this the truth?
How many times have you felt unheard because the person you’re talking to isn’t really listening, they’re just jumping in and trying to solve your problem when really you just need a good set of ears?
We often don’t need answers to come from anyone else as we can figure it out ourselves but we do sometimes need empathy to allow us the space and time to figure it out...this goes for kids too!
Tag someone who is a great listener...they’re the best kind of friend!
For me it’s my sister. She is undoubtedly the best listener who never jumps in to share a similar story, or her point of view or shuts me down. I always feel so satisfied after talking to her and if I do want her opinion all I have to do is ask and she’s happy to give it.
It's Monday, a new day and a new week. With just over 5 weeks til Christmas - have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Take a look at our Directory for local creative and artisan producers to get inspired!
Thank you to everyone who came by @oldspitalfieldsmarket on Saturday. We had a great response to the new Komorebi collection, a collaboration between myself and @samanthawarren.london . Swipe for more photos of the full collection.
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Situated south of Mortlake and east of Richmond (Richmond was originally called Sheen, or Shene), East Sheen was first recorded in 1247, and became a separate manor from Mortlake around 1500. •
We’ve included East Sheen here as the community call the centre the Village, because of the hub of shops and things to do. •
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, was born in East Sheen in 1955.
I thought that all our blossom had finished when I was walking down through our tree line & this stunning apple blossom stopped me in my tracks. So beautiful with its layered petals with little strokes of pink brushed through them. I do think that apple blossom is one of the prettiest of all the blossoms, that & quince. Have a look in my stories to see the surprise I got in the garden today 💚🌿
Gifted | Here’s to a fresh new week, with my lovely new frames from @tijneyewear
I’m trying to mix up my morning routine a little this week, and make sure I take some time to myself each morning for a quiet cuppa (and a read if I’m feeling it) before the day begins. What are your morning rituals? Do you change it up each day or stick to one set routine? #onequietcup#gifted ☁️
Interested in a slow + sustainable approach to running a creative business? I sat down to write today's blog post (link in profile) about why I believe in running a slow business, but I quickly realized it’s all intertwined. Slow living, slow business, ditching perfect: it all comes from the same place, rooted in the same beliefs.
Plus, I don’t believe in separating work and life in two neat little boxes. My work infuses my life and my life inspires my work.
I’m still very much in the beginning stages of recalibrating my life and my business + prioritizing a slow and steady lifestyle for myself. But here’s what I believe about ditching perfect + embracing slow living and slow business:
👉 It's a soulful, heart-centered, value-driven lifestyle
👉 It's prioritizing slow + steady over frantic + frazzled
👉 It's about appreciating small moments + being grateful for what is (instead of resenting what isn't)
Now tell me, which of these 3 things speaks to you the most? 😍💜
Attention girls 15 - 19 years old (or family & friend of them!!). Join me for this six hour workshop where we’ll dive into what it means to be brave and adventurous, learn how to recognize and celebrate our own beauty and the beauty of those around us, and to know without a doubt that we are enough as we are and a work in progress at the same time.
Yoga aids in the cultivation of presence as you become attuned to our needs and learn how to act on our own behalf. We will be incorporating three yoga practices into our time together: vinyasa, yin, and mindfulness meditation.
Each participant will receive a workbook that she will follow along with, write in, and take with her to further reflect on when the workshop is completed.
Cost: $150 (or sign up with a friend for the discount rate of $125/each)
When: December 8th & 9th, from 12 - 3
we took our coffee early and on the go to catch an early morning flight out to the Garden Route 🛫 this year has been all kinds of crazy busy and spending some QT with my mama and papa has been few and far in between. please note all orders placed this week will be dispatched first thing Friday. Honey will be back in stock towards the end of this week (🤞🏻 ) and festive specials will launch s o o n so keep an eye out. happy week bon vivants!
I’ve been quiet on social media this past week, mostly because I couldn’t think of anything to post/say that would address all the emotions I’ve been going through surrounding these CA fires. Then sitting down with @chaosofkyra today we both shared a similar sentiment...what do you even say? How do you address it? How do you give of your time and resources and perhaps money to victims of the fires? Neither of us know just yet. So if you know someone who is working directly with victims & is working on a plan to help, let me know. This tragedy is all over the news right now, & rightfully so. But what about six months from now? I want to take action when I return from my trip at the end of November. More than just prayers & thoughts. I want to take action. Let me know what you’re doing to help - I want to get involved 🖤
For most of us, it’s Sunday evening. You probably just put your kiddos to bed for the night, you have your feet up, and you’re scrolling Instagram, but did you get everything accomplished today that was on your ‘list’? During nap time today, I spent two whole hours ironing a couple months worth of clothes that have been backing up. (and thanks to these new indestructible tracks from @waytoplaytoys that provided some entertainment after naps so that I could finish said task. Thinking about getting more add-ons for Christmas because they provided hours of entertainment this evening 🙌🏻) While I was working on this task, I listened to a podcast that really hit home for me (I listened not once, not twice, but THREE times. It was that good). What really stuck out to me is that we all have the same 24 hours in a day, but we often just waste so much of our time by trying to take short cuts here and there so that we can find more pleasure or more time for ourselves as much as we can. My satisfaction won’t be found in a little more sleep or a little more rest time. “We are called in God’s word to lay down our lives to put the needs of others before ourselves and to do all things for the glory of God. It is here where we will find the true purpose in our homes.” -Marci Ferrell ✨ We can exercise self-discipline in our homes by finding time to organize our days. My days tend to go much smoother when I am disciplined in my work and tasks and focus less on “me time” and more on the gifts I’ve been given in this season of life: my family. Honestly, I actually have more “me time” when I organize my days and my schedule. It is much easier to do things when and how we want to do it, especially in a world where we want instant gratification. I’m not saying you should never take time for yourself: I believe “me time” is important, but we should reward ourselves with “me time” after our tasks and family’s needs have been met first because THAT is my JOB in this season of life. Not to take a break for a few minutes and hide in the closet to check social media just to escape my current life and see what everyone else is up to (continued in comments)
Moments of quiet before a week of travel and family time with the in-laws. While I’m so looking forward to our trip and seeing Kevin’s family, I know myself well enough to have a few things in my back pocket to help me get through what can feel intense to me at times. One of which is my camera so I can sneak off for photo walks whenever I need to be alone for a while. Nothing recharges me more than time behind the lens looking for unexpected beauty. ✨ #introvertlife
Do you ever struggle to feel grateful? There's so much out there telling us we SHOULD be grateful. We end up feeling guilty for not being grateful enough. Well, I'm here to tell you today that being grateful isn't supposed to be another burden on our shoulders and no one is grading you on how grateful you are this week. #momatpeace
J and I have been talking about how we would decorate our front room/home office (which we refer to as the library because I am a child of the ’90s who dreamed of a Belle-like bookcase latter, so sue me) for months and months. It has been a topic of conversation since we moved into our new home🏡
Well, friend, I’m proud to tell you that the library is complete and a very, very special artist gave it the finishing touch (swipe and check my bio to see more).
If you can believe it, Sarah wants to give one of you your own custom weaving! 😍 Yes, you read that right! That’s a 16” wide by up to 34” long piece, just like mine.
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A short Sunday shoutout to all those people in our lives who just ‘get us’, from the wise Anne Shirley (who else is obsessed with this series?).
Everyday I am put aback by all of the people in my life to whom I can vibe with and really begin to enjoy the moment while around, rather than become anxious about what is to come. These people are family members, old friends, new friends, and plenty of fabulous ladies I’ve met through platforms like Instagram! —————————————————
I am a firm believer in attracting the energy that you put out into the world. Give and you will receive. Kindred spirits are all around us <3
Our handcrafted Little Spoons are so versatile. Smaller serving spoons for side dishes, scooping chutneys and yogurts, or as your morning cereal spoon - we love that they’ll find a way into nearly every meal in your house! Were busily preparing for Undercurrent Design Market this coming weekend here in Canberra, then we’re off to Sydney the following week for @finders_keepers but oh we’re dreaming of lazy mornings and breaky that looks like this!
it’s crazy how easily we forget to be thankful (like even this morning) and lose sight of the important things in life. grateful that we even have this season of reflection and repentance to remember His grace and faithfulness throughout our lives once again🙏🏻