Let's talk about how good it is to have simple, reliable, affordable products to support you when life is throwing a lot of STUFF your way.
There's nothing wrong with knowing what you like and wanting to stick with it. But I do believe that broadening your horizons can make your world that much bigger and brighter, and you can see yourself in a whole new light.
This week I want to talk about why we desire the beauty products we want most of all, the emotional connection, the aspect of ritual. I’m also going to talk about the specific products I’ve been dreaming of, and what they mean to me.
Cleansing the first step in a skincare routine, so you want a good foundation to build upon, right? So here are some skincare scenarios, and some of the products I've been loving for a gentle but effective cleanse.
For me, skincare isn't just about looking good, it's a sensory experience, it's meditative. I suspect I'm not the only one that feels this way. My ever-growing wish list is about enjoyment, results, the process, the story.
We can’t be happy all the time, the human experience contains any and all possible emotions. You can’t live a full life while trying to avoid pain, or attain perfection.
Last weekend we took the catamaran ferry to Tasmania's Mona Museum (Museum of Old and New Art), and had lunch at Faro (their website explains the name thusly: "Our new bar and restaurant is named for ‘faro’, the Spanish word for ‘lighthouse’, which is the English word for ‘pharos’, which is the Greek name of [...]