“I believe that the very purpose of life is to be happy. From the very core of our being, we desire contentment. In my own limited experience I have found that the more we care for the happiness of others, the greater is our own sense of well-being. Cultivating a close, warmhearted feeling for others . . . → Read More: The Happiness Project
Life is really kinda funny. My life doubly so. January is a really busy month for me. It is like my social life goes into high gear, as well as my desire to change and improve things in and about myself. But to save a long wind up, I went vegan two weeks ago today. . . . → Read More: Being Vegan: An Adventure You Weren’t Warned About
Coat and picture by Eowyn
Okay, so I’m a bit… crunchy. I am also a tad eccentric, if my house, The Fortune Cookie, did not give me away already. I tend to dress in bright clothing, recently added a blue streak to my hair, and adorn my feet with my colorful purple “toe shoes” . . . → Read More: Letting My Hippie Flag Fly
Jimi Hendrix cup for my sister. She totally doesn’t read my blog, so I figure I am safe to post it.
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This Christmas season has been a tight one for me financially. Which . . . → Read More: `Twas the Night Before Christmas
The last couple years I made a solemn pledge to support small businesses, bonus points if they are local, and extra super ultra bonus points if the items are handmade. I also make an effort to avoid buying anything new. I try to reuse and re-gift where possible (and appropriate). In an attempt to . . . → Read More: Join the Revolution! Buy Handmade This Christmas!
Some of the soap. Picture by Samantha.
Not that long ago I was taking some business courses through the Washington C.A.S.H., a program I recommend highly to any of you small business owners in Washington State. On the first day there I was a bit nervous, as I really had no idea what to . . . → Read More: Pip and Lola’s Everything Homemade
Another one bites the dust.
I have a history of smashing things into little bits. It is really rather unfortunate considering the small amount of plates, cups and silverware that I have. So this particular incident came as a surprise, as I did not break the item up on the chopping block today.
I . . . → Read More: “And This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” Part Three
This is part five of a multi-part series on Green Beauty alternatives. The rest of the series can be found [here]
Part 5: Coffee
Photo by the Queen of Product Placement, Eowyn.
Eowyn being the Divine Goddess of Thoughtfulness, saved me some coffee grounds when Kass made coffee the other day. After all of . . . → Read More: Green Up Your Beauty Regimen: The Mane Question – Coffee