Maybe it’s my own neurosis, but the extra small to extra extra large way of labelling clothing makes me uncomfortable. I have a small note about it in my shop, but it’s a subject I feel warrants it’s own post. All words carry meaning. They are labels that we use to describe the world around
Hehe, that rhymes. For a long time I wanted to hold off talking about endometriosis on here until I had a solid diagnosis. But then I realized what I want to talk about is the process of going through this, not necessarily the disorder itself. This is not to seek advice. I just feel so
Here’s a collection of some of the things I’ve been loving lately… enjoy! I want this like NOW. I’ve been feeling lost lately; this post couldn’t have come at a better time. I could live on variations of this. I dream about this decor as well. We’ve implemented this rule (most of the time) & it’s made a huge difference to
I’ve mentioned it before, but I deal with some pretty shitty chronic pain. “Double over, can’t walk, lay curled up in a ball high on pain meds” pain. Last week, I had to book a surgery to try and figure out what’s causing it. The best case scenario is I get diagnosed with endometriosis, a
One of the things I talk about when defining what ethical and sustainable clothing means to you is deciding on what type of fabrics your body feels best in. There are so, so many options out, whether you’re looking at natural, produced or blended. What you decide to replenish your wardrobe with will depend greatly
I look at closets, especially the cleaning out portion, as a metaphor for life. There are so many ways that this tiny space encapsulates the bigger picture of life as a whole, especially if it’s in disarray. I’m sure many people wish they could just snap their fingers and have everything be beautiful and perfect.
Little acts of self care make all the difference in our well being. If you can take 15-20 minutes in the morning to work in something that makes us feel good, then you are setting yourself up for a good day. An act of self care can be anything that makes you happy and grounded.
Aditi is a Doula and a life coach (read her bio below) and writes a monthly column for Flopsy Life. You can read her previous posts here, here, here and here. After the birth of my daughter I had never felt so alone in my life. The postpartum anxiety I was experiencing kept me captive. Who I thought I
Here’s a collection of some of the things I’ve been loving lately… enjoy! These breakfast bowls. These delicious looking treats. This healthy snack. This. All of it. These questions every serious couple should ask. This cookie. I’m drooling. This IG account has been helping me a lot this week. This super simple homemade ice cream. Ugh. This article on