Lifestyle Blogger, Oily Gal and Photographer living in wine country. I'm a fitness and wine enthusiast with an obsession for farmhouse decor, fashion, coffee and brussel sprouts. I love exploring new places, music, cooking and sand between my toes. Cheers!
We are in our third month living in this beautiful state of Texas and we are loving it. To say the least it is far more lovley thanI ever imagined it to be.
I have been pondering on what to do career wise. All I have done is taught young humans in a Montessoi invironment that I carefully prepared. I have researched our area and have not found a Montessori school near by. With that being said, I have a coaching business, essential oil business and have dabbled in photography. I love each of these businesses equally.
My question is, do I jump in full throttle with my businesses that I already have and are passionate about and dip my toes in a photography buisness as well OR do I go back to teaching our precious future. I have some time to think and I do not need to rush in making a decision.
Whether it be changes within work, relationships, lifestyle, friendships – absolutely anything – you will never see the changes you want manifest if you are not willing to make one yourself. Progress is impossible without change.
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I absolutley love fresh cut flowers throughout my home as well as placed around my backyard. I love using mason jars, funky vintage vases and galvinised buckets to arrange them in.
Before yesterday I have purchased flowers at our local grocery store chain which are typically pricey for a mixed bouquet and often not in the best condition. My new favorite place to buy beautiful fresh cut flowers is Trader Joes. I bought three bouquets and one filler for $16.00. I frequently shop at Trader Joes and never have thought to pay attention to their wide variety of flowers, plants and herbs.
So the next time you are looking for flowers for your home, backyard, a gift or even a wedding stop in your local Trader Joes and pick some up.
Flowers from Trader Joes
The sweet little succulent was a gift from a friend.
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Disclaimer: I honestly blog my thoughts and opinions. I was not compensated in any form for this post. All media posted are my own.