In this blog post, I can’t wait to take you on a journey through my personal collection of Pottery Barn treasures. Each and every item I’ve handpicked is like a little piece of magic that brings together the charm of cottagecore and the principles of sustainable living. From exquisite tableware made by skilled artisans to charming wall art created with eco-friendly techniques, we’ll explore the delightful elements that will not only evoke a sense of whimsy and nostalgia but also align with your values of conscious living. I’ll be providing my affiliate link to these products, so you can easily shop and support both your own cottagecore dreams and this blog (thank you!)
Picture this: you’re sipping your morning coffee, basking in the slow beauty of life, when it hits you—the desire to nurture the earth and reduce your carbon footprint. Composting is the secret sauce to sustainable living, and I’m here to make it simple and easy. Not only will composting help save the planet one banana peel at a time, but it will also nourish your soul and connect you with the ancient rhythm of nature
Today, I want to talk about some amazing slow-living activities for our little ones this summer. These are the kind of activities that bring us back to the present moment, help our kids disconnect from screens, and truly engage with nature, their creativity, and the beauty of mindfulness. Trust me, these ideas are fun, easy, and guaranteed to create some precious memories with your kiddos. So, let’s dive in and embrace the wonders of slow living together!
In the quiet corners of our hearts, poetry has the remarkable capacity to bring solace and healing. It serves as a vessel for our emotions, allowing us to express and release what lies deep within. Have you ever felt a surge of emotions welling up inside you, seeking an outlet for expression? Poetry has a remarkable way of mirroring our inner landscape, giving voice to the thoughts and feelings that often evade ordinary language. It invites us to dive into the depths of our being, exploring the intricate tapestry of emotions that shape our human experience.
Life can often feel like a whirlwind, constantly pulling us in different directions and leaving us feeling overwhelmed. But what if there was a way to find solace amidst the chaos? Enter slow living, a mindful approach that invites us to savor the present moment, prioritize self-care, and embrace a simpler, more intentional way of being. In this blog post, I want to talk about the profound benefits of slow living and how it can be the antidote we’ve been searching for in our modern lives.
When was the last time you really took a truthful look at your relationship with alcohol? Lately, I’ve been doing some soul-searching and considering a significant change in my life—I’m officially embracing the idea of being sober-curious. Now, don’t get me wrong, it doesn’t mean I’ve completely cut out alcohol. Instead, I’ve decided to approach it with a newfound mindfulness, committing to abstaining from any alcohol for the next three months of summer. It’s amazing to see so many others making similar choices and transforming their lifestyles.