Houseplant Planters and Pots from Etsy

Houseplant Planters and Pots from Etsy

Ok crazy houseplant people!
If you don’t already know Etsy, it’s the only place I will shop online. It is full of artisans, vintage collectors, and entrepreneurs trying to support themselves. It also just so happens to be FILLED with amazing planters and houseplant pots. I collected some of my FAVORITE planters and put together this amazing list to share with you all. (The animal planters are my favorites… shhh….)

 

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Vulnerability in Circus Arts

Vulnerability in Circus Arts


Some side effects include: discomfort, subsiding of confidence, nausea, disappointment.
Other side effects may include: joy, pride, growth in confidence, growth in character.


It’s a strange thing to do to yourself. To allow yourself to enter a moment where you can’t help but reach down, and check that you really did put pants on this morning. If not just for the worry of negative opinions from others; more-so, it strikes when the carefully constructed visions of how we see ourselves are threatened.
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Experience Turkey: Secret campgrounds, ancient ruins, and small towns

Experience Turkey: Secret campgrounds, ancient ruins, and small towns

In 2013/2014 I completed a six month contract in Turkey. I lived in an artist residency in Antalya with hundreds of other artists and performed close to every night in hotels and resorts. This, of course, was an incredible experience. But even more incredible? The 2 weeks of exploring natural beauties of the countryside afterwards.

A friend and I rented a car and road-tripped the western coast from the city of Antalya to Pamukkale. From there, we then made it to Istanbul for 1 day before driving all the way back to the start. The drive among steep cliff-sides, with views of abandoned beaches, lost ruins, and ancient trees was magnificent. Our trip consisted of zero planning and the spontaneousness of it brought us into days of unexpected blessings.
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Sundance Camp, Turkey: The Experience

Sundance Camp, Turkey: The Experience

Sundance is one of my favorite memories of Turkey. The energy and atmosphere gives you a feeling of never wanting to leave. My stay at Sundance was during the 8th edition Turkish Juggling Convention. The convention had brought all walks of people to the campgrounds and the feeling of diversity was estimable. The camp felt very organized and generous to the various needs of it’s clients.


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Pamukkale, Turkey: The Experience

Pamukkale, Turkey: The Experience

Pamukkale, although wondrous in natural beauty, has become a tourist take-over.

I visited the white mountains in the month of October, and there was little room to enjoy the luke-warm springs. The short hike to the top was visually enticing with transparent cyan pools amongst a crisp white background. These mineral-dense waters are said to have scientifically-proven healing powers and have been known to cure some illnesses.

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Boredom List

Boredom List


What to do, what to do…
This is a list for those moments of boredom that you catch yourself spending a little bit too much time scrolling through Facebook. Or those moments of boredom that you end-up binge watching an entire series on Netflix. Those moments when you feel like you should be doing something fun, creative, or productive, but you can’t think of what to do. Read more

Montreal Guide to Cheap Living

Montreal Guide to Cheap Living

Today I have gathered all my favorite information about living cheap in the city of Montreal!

Montreal is an amazing, energetic and artistic city. It is filled with a beautiful mix of all the colours of skin and all the languages of the world. There are the uprising activists, the everyday stoners and that one guy who wears shorts in -25. Every character you can imagine lives in the city. And these characters are innovatively great at living affordably. Read more