hello, friends! are you wanting to start a blog soon? have big intentions for the one you already have? whether you’re a newbie to the blogosphere or a seasoned pro, tara gentile’s blogging your passion e-books are here to help!
tara is the editor of scoutie girl blog (a must read if you don’t already) and is celebrating the one year anniversary of the release of her first e-book, 52 weeks of blogging with passion! can you believe it’s been a year?! 9 months later she released the sequel,52 MORE weeks of blogging your passion, and as i’ve discussed both of these helpful e-zines before (here and here) i highly recommend them. tara is a motivator unlike any other i’ve met, and in each of her books she supplies you with 12 fresh intentions and 52 incredible writing prompts to keep you blogging year in and year out.
52 weeks of blogging with passion concentrates on giving you permission to blog about yourself and your business in an interesting way to your readers. it helps you beat writer’s block and gives you prompt after prompt to help keep you writing all year long.
52 MORE weeks of blogging with passion is all about blogging with intention. it focuses on helping you reach your goals and create a community. it teaches you how to engage your readers and keep them interested.
with questionable materials being used in so many toys today, many moms are choosing to go all au naturel. if your looking to make the switch, NaturalKids etsy street team is here to help! they are a group of sellers dedicated to creating natural products for children, and they make everything from toys to utensils to clothing (and more)! they work with natural materials from the earth, such as wool, cotton, silk and wood. visit the NaturalKids etsy street team site to learn more about their mission, or start browsing their selection on etsy!
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i feel as though this post hardly needs any words, as the photos speak for themselves! this most perfectly woodsy, feminine and detailed jewelry comes to you from woodland belle. the artist, mai mckemy, lives in asheville, nc (our home grounds) and if you knew anything about the city, you wouldn’t be surprised. it’s filled with the most eco-aware, mindful people that honor both the earth and the arts. i love the intricate detail in all of her work, the moss on these twig hair pins and the tiny succulents on this garden necklace.
hello friends! how was your weekend? can yo believe that christmas is THIS week! are you ready for it? i’m just about ready, but i’ll be tying up some loose ends and finishing wrapping the last few presents today and tomorrow. as i’m inspired by my new favorite blog, nordgrains, my goal this week is to be fully present in everything that i do. as we come together with our families, drive across the country, and eat lots of yummy food- i plan to soak it all in and keep from being mindless about it all. what will you do to keep this holiday from flying by?
as i’ve been spending quite a lot of time exploring e-zines lately, i have to say this winter catalog from lovely clusters has especially caught my eye. it’s a perfectly organized and beautiful gift guide for the season. you can browse by color, category or even by price! rachel does such a lovely job at curating handmade goodies, i think you’ll really enjoy flipping through the pages.
seeing that we are all in the full swing of christmas,the happy holidays guide to diycouldn’t come at a better time! brittni from papernstitch has compiled a beautiful diy guide with step by step tutorials for over 8 easy holiday projects, and they are all to die for!
these projects are never-before-seen originals that will get your creative juices flowing and inspire you to get crafty this christmas. with beautiful gift wrapping ideas, ornament tutorials and some great last minute gift ideas, i couldn’t be more excited to share this with you!
hello friends! though i have spoke about tif fussell before, her world never ceases to inspire me. her home is full of beautiful vintage and eclectic finds and her style is distinctly whimsical. join me for a glance!
her shop, dottie angel, is full of little whimsies. all of which are handcrafted, vintage, eclectic, original, or recycled in some way. pretty colors pop on a neutral slate and feminine, dainty touches welcome you.
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