What are you up to this weekend?
I'm hoping to do something special to honor the full moon and also plan to gather what I need to set up and emergency kit.
I hope you'll have a great one and in the meantime, here are a few things that made my week:
A BOOK - Letters to a Young Poet* by Rainer Maria Rilke
As mentioned in my latest article.
A SONG - Fall by Octave Zangs
Performed live last Sunday by my husband in Portland. More concert dates coming soon, follow Octave for updates.
A PODCAST - Jenna Zoe, Human Design by Lacy Philips
To feed my current obsession with personality tests. Have you heard of Human Design?
A VIDEO - Bao by Pixar
A short animation movie about a mother's love for a dumpling.
A DIY - A Coffee Body Scrub
I got Octave a barista class as an early Christmas present, so he's been making cups after cups of coffee and I'm now finding new ways to reuse ground coffee.
A RECIPE - Coconut-Ginger Chickpea Soup by Bon Appétit
I've been binge watching Bon Appétit's Youtube channel and all I do now during work breaks is browse their website for cooking inspiration. I suppose it's a good thing. And this soup is the bomb!
And a couple links from around the web...
I'm excited to start this workbook* to make magic in 2019.
I re-read the 17 goals world leaders agreed to in 2015 for a better world by 2030.
My friend Hollie published this moving picture book.
I created a Zero Waste Kids* section in my shop.
This quote really spoke to me.
My friend Kaméa created these purpose-driven planners dedicated to supporting you and earth to thrive.
I caved in and got this label maker*. Let me know if you want to borrow it from me.
This tiny s'mores kit melted my heart.
My friend Celia of Litterless was interviewed by Erin of Reading my Tea Leaves
Guilty pleasure to watch on January 1st!
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Have you made, watched or listened to something worth sharing with us this past week?