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- S l o w roast tomatoes —herbed, seasoned, and ready to get smooshy. The flavour of these beauties just intensifies after a long, low oven bake w homegrown thyme 🍅🍅🍅Try 'em on our Hero Keto Breakfast or Avo/Egg Toast today @wanderingcooks
- If anyone ever told you that there is no such thing as a spark, they obviously have never photographed two people so effortlessly in love.
- Ice cream is my weakness. Winter, summer, it doesn’t matter, ice cream is the most delicious dessert 😍 Who agrees? 🍦
- If you struggle with your to do list go check out my story for a couple quick tips I have found to be helpful!
- Two days ago it was 80+ and so humid.. today high of 65 and cold. This is summer in Indiana!! - never the less check out these adorable sweet twins. 💛💛
- I spent a long time picturing myself working a "side hustle" into my day-to-day before ever taking a single step towards making it happen.
I mean, I saw the words "side hustle" every 14 seconds so how could I not spend 6 months imagining what that would look like? Well, now that I've done the research 😅 I'm here to spare you some time.
It looks like this:
-recommending things you like to people you love is a normal.
-watching those recommendations make an impact on those people is fun.
& that is the complete philosophy behind this shampoo gig.
The one that has opened my eyes to a world of sustainable alternatives & allowed me to surround myself with people who really wanna see what they're made of.
and! it pays my student loan bill 😎
(oh, and! my hair is eternally grateful 🌱)
So what's up!? Are you still wondering if you can do it? Because I've got more news-
whatever you think, you're right.
- I love a little hanging plant. This Sedum morganianum (donkey tail plant) is a little succulent that almost never gets watered - about once every 2-3 weeks at most, and is really happy. Direct light can be a little too strong for them but this one is next to a nice bright south facing window (north for those in the northern hemisphere) where it gets good indirect light. You can see this one is a little hungry for more light though, as it’s turning up its tails toward the brighter spots. 🌿
- I can't wait to tell you all what I will be working on soon!! It's something I've been wanting to do for awhile now and have found someone who I can collaborate with!
- Fortune favours the bold and Flash Fridays favours those who are searching for inspiration. ⠀
Tune in to our bonus minisode focusing on our forever favourite question: What is the value of pursuing what you’re most passionate about? PS. The answers may surprise you. Link in bio.
- I will never, ever believe in the words "too late" because it is never too late to be exactly who you wish, do exactly what you should, say exactly what needs to be heard, and live the exact life you should be living.
- Tyler Knott Gregson, Chasers of the Light
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- Made an ABSOLUTE DREAM into a REALITY this week ✨
This week, I joined the smart and driven team @highridecycle full-time as Director of Marketing 🤯
My mind, body and soul are enriched every single day by being a part of this amazing community of dreamers and doers. I can’t wait to focus all my time and energy into its growth and excited to see what the future holds!
CHASE YOUR DREAMS ✨
TURN THEM INTO REALITY ✨
- Photo by @wildjesse for @homes_antiques
I receive lots of messages and comments mostly asking about the gold...so I thought I’d do a post answering some of the frequently asked questions...
The gold is a lustre...it’s painted on once the piece has been glazed fired. I fire for a third time to a temperature of 800c. I use lavender oil as a thinner and to remove mistakes before firing. If there’s a mistake and you’ve fired it you can refire your piece to a higher temperature...like a bisque firing...but that’s not always successful. You can repaint and refire lustre if you miss a bit. That’s really useful to know 😊
Each piece is completely unique. I spend hours painting the gold lustre...I am drawn to the leafy design as I’m able to wrap the design around the piece in a very fluid and organic way.
There are no stencils, no transfers...just lots of patience, time and practice. This stage if I’m honest is a bit of a killer...it’s hard on my hands and my neck...I sit all crunched up for hours meticulously painting and I ache for a few days after...not good! I need to figure out a different way of painting if I want to continue into old age making pots. Any advice is very welcome ❤️
- ~ light fixture love Thursday!!! It’s shiny!! I always stop and take photos of light fixtures everywhere I go 😊