A Modern Industrial Organic Home Office Study Reveal

A Modern Industrial Organic Home Office Study Reveal

This upcoming January 1st date has really lit the fire under me to wrap up some things I've been procrastinating on--like revealing this office. I started envisioning this office space during the Autumn Equinox while considering what things in my life needed to "fall away" to make space for the "new" (or perhaps--to make space for the "return of the light").

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8 Not-So-Known Facts About Christmas

8 Not-So-Known Facts About Christmas

Here’s a curation (or “buffet") of not-so-common ideas and information about Christmas for your holiday enjoyment. For each piece of information, I included some links to encourage further research and conversation. Linking a source doesn’t mean I endorse the ideas contained within. Each link is simply something I found through a very basic internet search. Also something to put in the “interesting” stack that may/may not be used later.

The intention of this post was to stretch my imagination about what could possibly be and share my findings with you. This is NOT a post implying that we should get rid of Christmas, Frosty, Santa and replace it with something else (even though I would not be opposed :-)).

Cheers to exposing our awareness to a diet of various perspectives that challenge and encourage growth, including ideas that we may initially disagree with. May we have the strength to look beyond the veil and maintain an open, yet skeptical, mind. 

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Capricorn Season with a Side of West Elm Palms

Capricorn Season with a Side of West Elm Palms

Approximately 4000 years ago, many of the astrological signs and constellations were established, and they have affected our society to the modern day. Our ancestors were intimately connected with the stars, immersed by them at night, and observed them to monitor the rhythms of nature. They created the core of astrological symbolism which has since evolved.

Some thoughts on the history of astrology, how what we believe came to be, and a Rent the Runway outfit with a side of West Elm palms. 

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The Last Jedi. May the Force Be With Us All.

The Last Jedi. May the Force Be With Us All.

The latest episode of the Star Wars saga comes out in theaters this week. I haven't seen anything but the trailer, because I want to go into this episode open-minded. I'm excited (have had my tickets for almost a month) but a little bit apprehensive to what may go down in this LONGEST Star Wars episode EVER. I already have my sense of knowing what I think is going to go down, but I'll keep them to myself for now...but on second thought...

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Vintage Houses & Time For a Change? With JORD Wood Watches

Vintage Houses & Time For a Change? With JORD Wood Watches

Alex and I have had a pretty busy two weeks with our work, so we decided to really set aside Saturday to do something out of the ordinary. We got in the truck and started driving around some formerly unexplored parts of North Central (ish) Houston. After checking another Whole Foods location off of my list, we randomly stopped into some open houses to check them out. 

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