The second oil painting from our art warehouse haul has been hung. 🖼
Which ones do you already do?
Which ones are you still working on?
Well color me happy! I present to you, the first of three recent art acquisitions.
We first learned about the warehouse art sale on social media. A man who’d been in the art gallery industry for decades was selling his expansive inventory dirt cheap to raise money for the preservation and protection of the Duck River.
We made an appointment to go look at the art, spent 90 minutes oohing and ahhing over hundreds of pieces, and ended up coming home with THREE oil paintings of various sizes.
I'm a big fan of making a Vision Board to start a new year. I find it sets a fresh tone and helps to shake off any residual negativity from the past twelve months.
I made my very first one in 2006, the year I lived in Hawaii.
I'd been collaging as a creative outlet since childhood but hadn't thought to focus the craft in an intentional way around manifesting my desires until the dots were connected for me on a rare cloudy day in Kona, when I accepted an invitation to cut up magazines and glue the findings haphazardly onto a piece of poster board with four other women, only one of whom I knew, and she only vaguely.
This is my board from that year:
Whether or not you've ever stood in front of your jam-packed closet while woefully thinking, "But there's nothing to actually wear!", today's self-care tip is for you.
Our clothes closets are spaces we tend to use every single day, which is why getting and keeping them organized is such an important step to approaching our days with confidence and ease. A jumbled closet sets a jumbled tone to our life.
Think about how amazing it would be to open your closet door in the morning and know for an absolute fact that anything you grab from it:
This is the goal of today's tip.