#The100DayProject2020: Day 1 – 10

How is your 100 Day Project going? After narrowing down my project idea to making whatever I can using my existing supplies, the first 10 days went pretty well after an initial hiccup. Day 1: I pulled an almost finished Valentine’s Day hat out of my knitting basket and finished it. I don’t love the hat (it’s a little big)…

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Getting started on #The100DayProject

  This year’s #The100DayProject starts in one just one week! If you’ve never heard of it before, it’s a fun annual online art project where you choose a project (more on that later) and attempt to work on it every day for 100 days, while documenting it on Instagram using hashtag #The100DayProject. It’s SUPER LOW PRESSURE – I just want…

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Shop update: Celebrate the victories printable wall art

  OVERVIEW: “Celebrate the victories” instant download print. You will receive both the black & white AND pink colorways. Files are 8×10″ and can be printed smaller by changing the print settings. ****This is a DIGITAL FILE OF THE PRINT ONLY. **** Does not include a hard copy or the frame shown in the photo as a suggested way of…

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Shop update: When I was your age, screen time was called books mug

  A mug for cantankerous book lovers. (Please note – all of our mugs are printed to order) -Ceramic -Dishwasher safe -Microwave safe -White, glossy **Please allow 3-7 business days for this item to be printed and then an additional 3-5 business days for shipping. We currently only ship within the US.** Available in my Etsy shop here.

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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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