Wow! It has been way too long since my last post. Over the last few months, I've been working to carve some time to work on jewelry and all of the Littlest Friend outlets, but it has been a busy season! Since my last post, I settled into a new home, traveled to Peru, started … Continue reading I’m Back!
You'll need coffee shops and sunsets and road trips. Airplanes and passports and new songs and old songs, but more than anything else, you will need people and you will need to be that other person to someone else, a living, breathing, screaming invitation to believe better things. -- Jamie Tworkowski I've been working on … Continue reading Operation Inspiration
Friends! I am so very excited as I write up this interview. Rebecca is one of my dearest friends, and is such a huge encouragement in my life. When we were both living in Seattle, we would talk endlessly about how to incorporate art and creativity into our science-driven lives, trying to figure out that balance … Continue reading Friends of the Littlest Friend: Rebecca Hartness
I'm really good at forgetting stuff. If something isn't visibly right in front of me, it's highly likely I'll forget it, so I've gotten very good at using planners and leaving notes for myself. Back in the day, I used to write things on my forearm to remind me of cross country practice or the … Continue reading Lessons Learned Part 1
Spring is here, and I have mixed feelings. While I am excited for longer days, sunshine, and warmer weather, I am also lamenting the loss of some of my favorite things that go along with winter: warm, cozy nights watching the snow fall out the window, throwing on flannel shirts and wool socks over my pajamas to … Continue reading A shift in the seasons
Have you spent much time wandering around Etsy? If I'm not careful, I can spend way too much time there. It's amazing how you can find so many different products made by people all over the world. There are so many jewelry artists I admire and look up to, who make really beautiful things with … Continue reading Etsy Crushes
I have a problem. Well, actually, two. The first is that I just moved and I haven't been able to find my Bananagrams game, hence the different layout for the title image in this post. The second is much more relevant to the backstory behind these sea glass necklaces, and it's called beach combing. These days, … Continue reading Backstory: Light Green Sea Glass Necklace