I have never liked
coasters trivets, until I saw these by Muller Van Severen. These coasters are like sculptures that adapt to a functional role and change in configuration and appearance with use. YES!
Celebrating International Womens Day by wearing all of the red I could find in my closet and by giving the ladies on my teams the day off to go volunteer, march or write postcards to our senators. But, most importantly, hopefully teaching my son T, to be a man who will respect and celebrate women.
As someone who gets seasick the thought of being on this boat gives me the shivers. But, what a stunning photograph!
I had never even heard of WD-40 before I moved to the U.S. Some of these 40 hacks are pretty impressive and made me realize it does’ more than just free rusted metal parts or stop things from making squeaky noises.
Writing a letter to Congress is one of the easiest ways to let your voice be heard by your political representatives both in the Senate & The House. Write the Power has made it uber easy to write your rep in just a few minutes with some pretty snazzy political postcards. Simply choose a card design from the political postcards collection, select the representatives you’d like to reach out to and type out your message. They will print and mail the post cards to Congress for you so your voice can be heard. 10% of the proceeds from each postcard will go to the ACLU to help support justice for all.
This Do Your Bloody Timesheets Mug made me laugh. I remember the timesheet battles…
“Expectation is the root of all heartache.”
― William Shakespeare
I am trying to channel warmer weather by wearing Stina Persson’s Watercolor Butterflies today.
Loving how Evgenia Arbugaeva captured these impressive Alaskan women fishing in extreme environments. Discovered them in this Vogue Article.
“I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
“Even when change is elective, it will disorient you. You may go through anxiety. You will miss aspects of your former life. It doesn’t matter. The trick is to know in advance of making any big change that you’re going to be thrown off your feet by it. So you prepare for this inevitable disorientation and steady yourself to get through it. Then you take the challenge, make the change, and achieve your dream.”
– Harvey Mackay
The one quote I keep coming back to and feel the need to repost. Deep breaths!