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This is Me

This is Me

I recently opened up about my aspergers diagnosis. I’ve decided to share because it is a big part of what makes me… me.

My Word of the Year… Curious

My Word of the Year… Curious

Here’s a behind the scenes peek at my first stop motion film. Celebrating “curiosity” which is (no surprise really!) my word-of-the-year for 2018.

Hygge Isn’t All About Candles

Hygge Isn’t All About Candles

I discovered the concept of hygge at a time when I really needed it. I was deep in a seasonal depression and it was a light that helped me find my way out.

Handcrafted Gift Guide 2017

Handcrafted Gift Guide 2017

It’s that time of year again! Each year I love rounding up a handful of my favorite artisans and putting together a handcrafted gift guide. Here are my picks for this year…

Connect to Kindred Spirits with #KindleCuriosity

Connect to Kindred Spirits with #KindleCuriosity

So many of you resonated with my blog post about being a Renaissance Woman. Thanks to each of you who reached out to share your own multi-passionate story. As Anne Shirley would say, “Kindred spirits are not so scarce as I used to think.“

Autumn Favorites 2017

Autumn Favorites 2017

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Embracing My Inner Renaissance Woman

Embracing My Inner Renaissance Woman

My search for a singular passion was stifling my creative spirit. So I stopped niching and starting kindling my curiosity with wild abandon.

3 Things I’ve Learned from Hypothyroidism

3 Things I’ve Learned from Hypothyroidism

I’m back! After an 11 month hiatus I’ve dusted off my blog. Let’s recap… Last December we had a YouTube chat about how overwhelmed I was feeling and how I was shifting my online presence from a biz to a hobby.

On Hiatus

On Hiatus

I’m currently on a blogging hiatus. This year I am letting go of weekly blogging and dabbling in making YouTube videos instead. If you’re curious about why I made the switch I talk about it here.

Take Care

Take Care

This year I’m approaching the transition from autumn to winter with a solemnity and reverence. I’m learning about hygge and koseleg and preparing for the dark months ahead.