Enlightenment Trap — A Poem

2018-05-07

A poem to mark my 36th birthday. 
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Interview with Wayward Roots

2018-04-08

It’s moments like this one captured by Lauren Lipscomb of Wayward Roots that make me appreciate where I am. It’s easy to get caught up in the future, the financial worries, the next idea, and its viability. I find so much joy in the day to day, my biggest fear is not being able to continue doing exactly what I’m doing. Lauren’s imagery and attention to the store give me pause to appreciate everything as it is in the here
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Home — A Poem

2018-02-25

This poem came from a dream. A dream rich in its visual texture. One that I knew would be hard to capture, yet might be free to emerge in the context of a poem.
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Shop Manifesto

2018-02-21

I love the shop, especially supporting artists and small, women-run businesses. I thrive on aesthetics and see my gift as offering beauty and simplicity. Still, I struggle with the commerce side of things. Is it truly mindful when the bottom line is always to sell more stuff?
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Inner Peace — A Poem

2017-12-24

I desperately needed this —
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Earth Friendly Gift Ideas

2017-12-08

I always feel conflicted this time of year, part of me revels in the festive energy and the other part questions everything. The illusion of bliss. The inundation of advertisements and the lure of happiness from our highly commercialized society. The only thing that keeps me grounded is to focus on our Earth, to spend time outside—closer to the source, and to decorate with nature in mind, thinking through where all this “stuff” will end up after the
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New Collection

2017-10-12

I’ve been experimenting with clay and fiber, moving away from metal, except for a few of my classic favorites. I’m working with natural dyes like madder root, cutch (an extract of the acacia tree) and marigold. I absolutely love the natural muted tones that come out of this process. I love the interest these necklaces add to a simple tee and jeans. Try one out for yourself! 1. Lunar Studs $32 2. Tiny Boob Studs $32 3. Madder Fiber and Clay
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Losing Indie

2017-09-30

The only thing that has brought me real comfort is to try and capture what we shared. So I write…
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Dear Indie,

2017-09-28

I write this with a heavy heart in an attempt to capture what you mean to me. 
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Art Show and Farm to Table Dinner

2017-09-01

I have been dreaming about this gathering for some time now and it’s really exciting to see it all coming together. My main goal for this event is to bring people together who have a burning passion for wildlife and create a space where we can inspire and uplift each other to feel more connected, more aware and more proactive about protecting wildlife and nurturing our connection to all beings.
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