Sunday, July 29, 2012

year one, its been a good one...

i want to thank everyone who came out to our one year anniversary party last night, it was a great time! 

thanks to our wonderful featured artist xochi solis, music by rebecca patek and friend and the debut of the ' y'all scream' treat truck you will be seeing around town...

thanks for all the love and support...xo

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

we love artist: xochi solis...

we are honored to be featuring the artwork by Austin artist ,Xochi Solis, who we will be showing at our one year anniversary party this Saturday July 28 4-8 pm...her work will be up the entire month of August.

see more work on her lovely website:

also, check out the wonderful write-up on Xochi in the most recent issue of tribeza...


Sunday, July 15, 2012

old habits die hard...

procrastination is an old habit for me. this is something i am dealing with today and something i want to work on.

old habits can be hard to break. i realize postponing tasks adds stress to my life and the sooner i get the task done i can let go of the stress. when i do this i am getting in the way of my own best interest.

i am going to take a closer look at this behavior and work on not putting these tasks off because i know doing them promptly is in my best interest. they are never as bad as i anticipate and i always feel better when i am done.

im telling myself: do the right thing now and dont dwell what you have not done. act now. focus on today.

i just wanted to put this out there....

can anyone relate?


thank you squeak carnwath

Saturday, July 14, 2012

new aromatherapy diffuser...

although our old aromatherapy diffuser was very cute, we have decided to try a new one...

our new diffuser is BPA free and has the option to change colors or not.

we love our new diffuser and i am loving the italian bergamot oil in the shop right now.


Friday, July 6, 2012

bow bins...

happy friday!

we are now happy to be carrying bow bins, designed by cordula kehrer.

these cheerful wastebaskets are made by the indigenous Aeta people of the Philippines using traditional basket weaving techniques and sustainably harvested rattan.

hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!