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- If you know anyone who is getting married in the SF Bay or greater Sacramento area, I'd love to be put in contact with them. We're actually currently running a promotion: if you refer someone to us who books a wedding in 2018 with florals totaling $1K or more (most weddings do), we'll send you $100 as a thank you for the referral! Click on the link in our bio to claim this offer. We also love elopements! Like this sweet beach elopement, where we got to make crowns for the whole family and a cascade bouquet for the bride with a unique, removable cascade. Photo: KRA & EVEnts | Planner: @tanweddingsandevents |Hair & Make Up: @jasminecardenasmua | Officiant: Rochelle Andrea | Venue: Limantour Beach, Pt. Reyes
- If you know anyone who is getting married in the SF Bay or greater Sacramento area, I'd love to be put in contact with them. We're actually currently running a promotion: if you refer someone to us who books a wedding in 2018 with florals totaling $1K or more (most weddings do), we'll send you $100 as a thank you for the referral! Click on the link in our bio to claim this offer. We also love elopements! Like this sweet beach elopement, where we got to make crowns for the whole family and a cascade bouquet for the bride with a unique, removable cascade. Photo: KRA & EVEnts | Planner: @tanweddingsandevents |Hair & Make Up: @jasminecardenasmua | Officiant: Rochelle Andrea | Venue: Limantour Beach, Pt. Reyes
- If you know anyone who is getting married in the SF Bay or greater Sacramento area, I'd love to be put in contact with them. We're actually currently running a promotion: if you refer someone to us who books a wedding in 2018 with florals totaling $1K or more (most weddings do), we'll send you $100 as a thank you for the referral! Click on the link in our bio to claim this offer. We also love elopements! Like this sweet beach elopement, where we got to make crowns for the whole family and a cascade bouquet for the bride with a unique, removable cascade. Photo: KRA & EVEnts | Planner: @tanweddingsandevents |Hair & Make Up: @jasminecardenasmua | Officiant: Rochelle Andrea | Venue: Limantour Beach, Pt. Reyes
- These little daisies are reaching for the stars. In the language of flowers, daisies mean "new beginning". I spent today learning how to better organize my life (and worklife) to achieve some big goals I'm holding for this year. Here's what I've figured to do, distilled into a post. Feel free to message me if you'd like to know more about anything. *Evernote- to immediately organize business cards; to turn my paper notebooks into searchable documents (a dream come true!) *OneNote- to organize projects *The Email Game- to make checking my email super efficient and timely *The Four Hour Workweek- jam packed with great stuff *Sticky notes, color coded by the goal they're contributing to, on a big calendar. These will be my non-negotiable tasks-- one per day. *Daily to dos, on a printable to check off. *I silenced my phone's text messages (no vibration either) so that I can hear when I get calls (which are usually for business) but am not distracted by texts until I want to be. To new beginnings!
- These little daisies are reaching for the stars. In the language of flowers, daisies mean "new beginning". I spent today learning how to better organize my life (and worklife) to achieve some big goals I'm holding for this year. Here's what I've figured to do, distilled into a post. Feel free to message me if you'd like to know more about anything. *Evernote- to immediately organize business cards; to turn my paper notebooks into searchable documents (a dream come true!) *OneNote- to organize projects *The Email Game- to make checking my email super efficient and timely *The Four Hour Workweek- jam packed with great stuff *Sticky notes, color coded by the goal they're contributing to, on a big calendar. These will be my non-negotiable tasks-- one per day. *Daily to dos, on a printable to check off. *I silenced my phone's text messages (no vibration either) so that I can hear when I get calls (which are usually for business) but am not distracted by texts until I want to be. To new beginnings!
- These little daisies are reaching for the stars. In the language of flowers, daisies mean "new beginning". I spent today learning how to better organize my life (and worklife) to achieve some big goals I'm holding for this year. Here's what I've figured to do, distilled into a post. Feel free to message me if you'd like to know more about anything. *Evernote- to immediately organize business cards; to turn my paper notebooks into searchable documents (a dream come true!) *OneNote- to organize projects *The Email Game- to make checking my email super efficient and timely *The Four Hour Workweek- jam packed with great stuff *Sticky notes, color coded by the goal they're contributing to, on a big calendar. These will be my non-negotiable tasks-- one per day. *Daily to dos, on a printable to check off. *I silenced my phone's text messages (no vibration either) so that I can hear when I get calls (which are usually for business) but am not distracted by texts until I want to be. To new beginnings!
- Bedtime wishes. Wishing for health and to be on a new, efficient, highly productive schedule starting tomorrow. Health because I've been sick since Christmas. I've slept a lot, drank lots of water, had juices and taken medicine. Tomorrow I'll try something new: a fast. I've been reading up on fasting and have high hopes for this natural cure. My schedule has been off since the honeymoon. Totally worth it, but I'm so ready to get back into a highly productive groove. Been working on it, but I feel like this week is going to be the week it all comes together again. What are your wishes for this week? 📷 @slotography
- Bedtime wishes. Wishing for health and to be on a new, efficient, highly productive schedule starting tomorrow. Health because I've been sick since Christmas. I've slept a lot, drank lots of water, had juices and taken medicine. Tomorrow I'll try something new: a fast. I've been reading up on fasting and have high hopes for this natural cure. My schedule has been off since the honeymoon. Totally worth it, but I'm so ready to get back into a highly productive groove. Been working on it, but I feel like this week is going to be the week it all comes together again. What are your wishes for this week? 📷 @slotography
- Bedtime wishes. Wishing for health and to be on a new, efficient, highly productive schedule starting tomorrow. Health because I've been sick since Christmas. I've slept a lot, drank lots of water, had juices and taken medicine. Tomorrow I'll try something new: a fast. I've been reading up on fasting and have high hopes for this natural cure. My schedule has been off since the honeymoon. Totally worth it, but I'm so ready to get back into a highly productive groove. Been working on it, but I feel like this week is going to be the week it all comes together again. What are your wishes for this week? 📷 @slotography
- I feel like this New Year slipped through my fingers before I even had the chance to really stop and honor it. I think it's because the week leading up to the first I did little other than sleep (I had the flu). Anyway, it's basically four days in and I have yet to do the things I like to start my year with: 1. Writing my resolutions. I like to sit around with a friend and talk about them as we write them down. 2. Creating my focus word for 2018. Last year it was "balance" and the year before that it was "joy". I find that this chosen focus really does set the tone for my year. This year has gotten ahead of me already, so it's going to take some ingenuity (Chamomile inspires ingenuity according to the language of flowers) to fit these things in immediately. I'll let you know how it goes. How's your first week of 2018 going?
- I feel like this New Year slipped through my fingers before I even had the chance to really stop and honor it. I think it's because the week leading up to the first I did little other than sleep (I had the flu). Anyway, it's basically four days in and I have yet to do the things I like to start my year with: 1. Writing my resolutions. I like to sit around with a friend and talk about them as we write them down. 2. Creating my focus word for 2018. Last year it was "balance" and the year before that it was "joy". I find that this chosen focus really does set the tone for my year. This year has gotten ahead of me already, so it's going to take some ingenuity (Chamomile inspires ingenuity according to the language of flowers) to fit these things in immediately. I'll let you know how it goes. How's your first week of 2018 going?
- I feel like this New Year slipped through my fingers before I even had the chance to really stop and honor it. I think it's because the week leading up to the first I did little other than sleep (I had the flu). Anyway, it's basically four days in and I have yet to do the things I like to start my year with: 1. Writing my resolutions. I like to sit around with a friend and talk about them as we write them down. 2. Creating my focus word for 2018. Last year it was "balance" and the year before that it was "joy". I find that this chosen focus really does set the tone for my year. This year has gotten ahead of me already, so it's going to take some ingenuity (Chamomile inspires ingenuity according to the language of flowers) to fit these things in immediately. I'll let you know how it goes. How's your first week of 2018 going?
- Feeling super sick (except when the Theraflu kicks in) and very much looking forward to sleeping for the rest of the day after my lunch planning meeting. The lovely little bit of universal guidance that I flipped to today happens to be on prayer: "You pray in your distress and in your need; would that you might also pray in the fulness of our joy and in your days of abundance. For what is prayer but the expansion of yourself into the living ether?" #khalilgibran Prayer as the expansion of yourself into the living ether... that's beautiful, isn't it?
- Feeling super sick (except when the Theraflu kicks in) and very much looking forward to sleeping for the rest of the day after my lunch planning meeting. The lovely little bit of universal guidance that I flipped to today happens to be on prayer: "You pray in your distress and in your need; would that you might also pray in the fulness of our joy and in your days of abundance. For what is prayer but the expansion of yourself into the living ether?" #khalilgibran Prayer as the expansion of yourself into the living ether... that's beautiful, isn't it?
- Feeling super sick (except when the Theraflu kicks in) and very much looking forward to sleeping for the rest of the day after my lunch planning meeting. The lovely little bit of universal guidance that I flipped to today happens to be on prayer: "You pray in your distress and in your need; would that you might also pray in the fulness of our joy and in your days of abundance. For what is prayer but the expansion of yourself into the living ether?" #khalilgibran Prayer as the expansion of yourself into the living ether... that's beautiful, isn't it?
- "We Are Everyone Forever" That was on a big poster in the hallway when I walked in to interview for a space in this home seven years ago now. It was love at first sight. That's the message behind the design of this simple crown of eucalyptus and thistle, too. Eucalyptus for spirituality and connectedness, thistle for independence: we are everyone forever. On days like today when I'm alternating between naps (feeling under the weather) and number crunching, lovely little creative possibilities like the ones this crown represents keep me balanced. 📷@mothatdude
- "We Are Everyone Forever" That was on a big poster in the hallway when I walked in to interview for a space in this home seven years ago now. It was love at first sight. That's the message behind the design of this simple crown of eucalyptus and thistle, too. Eucalyptus for spirituality and connectedness, thistle for independence: we are everyone forever. On days like today when I'm alternating between naps (feeling under the weather) and number crunching, lovely little creative possibilities like the ones this crown represents keep me balanced. 📷@mothatdude
- "We Are Everyone Forever" That was on a big poster in the hallway when I walked in to interview for a space in this home seven years ago now. It was love at first sight. That's the message behind the design of this simple crown of eucalyptus and thistle, too. Eucalyptus for spirituality and connectedness, thistle for independence: we are everyone forever. On days like today when I'm alternating between naps (feeling under the weather) and number crunching, lovely little creative possibilities like the ones this crown represents keep me balanced. 📷@mothatdude
- "Always you have been told that work is a curse and labour a misfortune. But I say to you that when you work you fulfil a part of earth's furthest dream, assigned to you when that dream was born, And in keeping yourself with labour you are in truth loving life, And to love life through labour is to be intimate with life's inmost secret." #khalilgibran Most of what I do as the owner of a small flower company actually has little to do with arranging flora. This surprises people. Most days I am busy running things from my computer. For the next two days, I will be working with numbers. I shared the latter half of this quotation the other day, but I love this first part, too. It's motivating, isn't it? 📷Ellie Wildhagen
- "Always you have been told that work is a curse and labour a misfortune. But I say to you that when you work you fulfil a part of earth's furthest dream, assigned to you when that dream was born, And in keeping yourself with labour you are in truth loving life, And to love life through labour is to be intimate with life's inmost secret." #khalilgibran Most of what I do as the owner of a small flower company actually has little to do with arranging flora. This surprises people. Most days I am busy running things from my computer. For the next two days, I will be working with numbers. I shared the latter half of this quotation the other day, but I love this first part, too. It's motivating, isn't it? 📷Ellie Wildhagen
- "Always you have been told that work is a curse and labour a misfortune. But I say to you that when you work you fulfil a part of earth's furthest dream, assigned to you when that dream was born, And in keeping yourself with labour you are in truth loving life, And to love life through labour is to be intimate with life's inmost secret." #khalilgibran Most of what I do as the owner of a small flower company actually has little to do with arranging flora. This surprises people. Most days I am busy running things from my computer. For the next two days, I will be working with numbers. I shared the latter half of this quotation the other day, but I love this first part, too. It's motivating, isn't it? 📷Ellie Wildhagen
- "You often say, 'I would give, but only to the deserving.' The trees in your orchard say not so, nor the flocks in your pasture. They give that they may live, for to withhold is to perish. Surely he who is worthy to receive his days and his nights, is worthy of all else from you. And he who has deserved to drink from the ocean of life deserves to fill his cup from your little stream." --#KhalilGibran Another gem, and so perfect for the holidays. I'm really loving this practice of asking for daily guidance and opening a book to receive it. 📷@mothatdude
- "You often say, 'I would give, but only to the deserving.' The trees in your orchard say not so, nor the flocks in your pasture. They give that they may live, for to withhold is to perish. Surely he who is worthy to receive his days and his nights, is worthy of all else from you. And he who has deserved to drink from the ocean of life deserves to fill his cup from your little stream." --#KhalilGibran Another gem, and so perfect for the holidays. I'm really loving this practice of asking for daily guidance and opening a book to receive it. 📷@mothatdude
- "You often say, 'I would give, but only to the deserving.' The trees in your orchard say not so, nor the flocks in your pasture. They give that they may live, for to withhold is to perish. Surely he who is worthy to receive his days and his nights, is worthy of all else from you. And he who has deserved to drink from the ocean of life deserves to fill his cup from your little stream." --#KhalilGibran Another gem, and so perfect for the holidays. I'm really loving this practice of asking for daily guidance and opening a book to receive it. 📷@mothatdude
- "Would that you could live on the fragrance of the earth, and like an air plant be sustained by the light." 💡 I promise that that really is the page I opened up to today for guidance. It just so happens that I create and sell adorable little air plants like this one, in a 2" tall "light bulb". (Link in bio, btw.) 🤗 Anyway this quotation is actually about eating, as you can tell by the next line: "But since you must kill to eat, and rob the newly born of its mother's milk to quench your thirst, let it then be an act of worship." I'm thinking my today therefore calls for mindful, grateful eating and drinking. Let me know if you want to commit to this too, today. Company's always nice. :)
- "Would that you could live on the fragrance of the earth, and like an air plant be sustained by the light." 💡 I promise that that really is the page I opened up to today for guidance. It just so happens that I create and sell adorable little air plants like this one, in a 2" tall "light bulb". (Link in bio, btw.) 🤗 Anyway this quotation is actually about eating, as you can tell by the next line: "But since you must kill to eat, and rob the newly born of its mother's milk to quench your thirst, let it then be an act of worship." I'm thinking my today therefore calls for mindful, grateful eating and drinking. Let me know if you want to commit to this too, today. Company's always nice. :)
- "Would that you could live on the fragrance of the earth, and like an air plant be sustained by the light." 💡 I promise that that really is the page I opened up to today for guidance. It just so happens that I create and sell adorable little air plants like this one, in a 2" tall "light bulb". (Link in bio, btw.) 🤗 Anyway this quotation is actually about eating, as you can tell by the next line: "But since you must kill to eat, and rob the newly born of its mother's milk to quench your thirst, let it then be an act of worship." I'm thinking my today therefore calls for mindful, grateful eating and drinking. Let me know if you want to commit to this too, today. Company's always nice. :)

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