Easiest Galentine’s Day cocktail ever

It’s the easiest because it’s not even a cocktail. This Galentine’s Day, toast your friends with a super simple glass. It’s just pink champagne and a few pieces of the red fruit of your choice – strawberries, cherries, raspberries, whatever.  Fancy mixed drinks are great, but some days you just need to cut corners.     If you prefer a…

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This week at Trader Joe’s: Valentine’s Day treats

It’s no secret – I love me some Trader Joe’s.  Especially their seasonal items- their Valentine’s Day items are here and they are just perfect for making a festive party spread or making a regular meal a little more special. Look how pretty these sparkling lemonades are – great on their own or as a mixer:   These fancy chocolates…

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Self care Sunday: Galentine’s diffuser blend

  Make your Galentine’s Day gathering even sweeter with this cozy blend of essential oils.  Just add 3 drops of orange, 3 drops of cinnamon, and 3 drops of cardamom to your favorite diffuser and fill the rest of the way with water. Your friends will love it! Find more diffuser blends here.

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Cobberson & Co. holiday gift guide 2019

  A Christmas Story mug: “My father worked in profanity the way other artists might work in oils or clay. It was his true medium, a master.” Die Hard mug: “Yippee-ki-yay, motherf**ker.” Elf mug: “Candy, candy canes, candy corns, and syrup”  Parks and Rec mug: Galentines Day mug featuring 12 of our favorite Leslie Knope compliments.   Derry Girls mug: Erin…

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It’s time to jump off the social media hamster wheel and get creative again.

“When your identity is linked to your hobby — you’re a yogi, a surfer, a rock climber — you’d better be good at it, or else who are you?…” – Tim Wu, In Praise of Mediocrity   Last year, the NY TImes published an opinion piece in which author Tim Wu theorizes that the actual reason no one has hobbies anymore is…

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Self care Sunday: Back to School edition

Back to school time is here, and for those who incorporate essential oils into their routine, the KidScents line from Young Living is worth checking out. These blends are prediluted for kids and ready to use. Tummygize is a relaxing, quieting blend that can be applied to little tummies. Think tummy support or nervous tummy. Apply Owie topically to improve…

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Self care Sunday: Pumpkin Spice diffuser blend

  Pumpkin spice season can never come soon enough! When you’re longing for cozy fall feels, just add 5 drops Cinnamon Bark, 1 drop Clove, and 1 drop Nutmeg to your diffuser and fill with water.  Instant Starbucks atmosphere. Find more tasty essential oil diffuser blends here.

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5 mugs for Back to School

Back to school time is fast approaching and whether you’re a teacher, college student, or need a fun coffee gift (just add a Starbucks card), I’ve got you covered with these 5 mugs: For law students, law professors, and Ruth Bader Ginsberg fans, this I Dissent mug says it all. Available here in my Etsy shop.   Another mug for…

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Started and restarted: Millville sweater

After my last post, I went through all the yarn at home and was excited to realize I can finally use some of it! I had six skeins of (don’t laugh) Downton Abbey Branson yarn (I bought a bunch years ago at the height of the Downton craze) to make the Millville sweater (similar yarns are Loops & Threads Charisma…

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