So, we covered finding time and space in part 1 of Finding Your Creativity last week.
This week, I want to quickly recap on that and then head straight into where you can find inspiration.
Photography By Tanya Grout
I remember being a girl and being spooked.
I’m not sure why that was exciting, but it was. Whenever I visited my oldest cousin in London England (we lived on the southern coast), she would act as if the house was haunted and I was terrified but thrilled at the same time. 881 more words
Happy Friday everyone!
I ran across an article on a travel blog recently called, “How to Seek Out Adventure.” I was totally looking forward to reading something with some supercool inspiration and ideas, and was left unfortunately underwhelmed by a slideshow (umm, -5 for having a slideshow) of generic suggestions. 577 more words
From our hometown of Brooklyn, New York to our neighborhood store in London, we think feeling truly at home means connecting with the community. We believe in making things that matter, so we collaborate with independent designers and craft communities, and we strive to design products that make a positive impact on people and the environment. 79 more words