Sunday, November 28, 2010

Almost December!!

Just finished today my fourth show of the season. I have one more next weekend at Christ Church in Dartmouth so make sure to stop by if you haven't already to any of the other shows! I can't believe it's almost December! I did a little bit of Christmas shopping, but i'm hoping to finish it off at the rest of the Craft shows next weekend. Apparently there is a show called 'A Very Gothic Christmas' next weekend at the Halifax Forum, I think i'm going to stop by, it sounds wayyy awesome :)

Friday, November 19, 2010

Bread!


Ok. Maybe watching documentaries get me a little hyper-sensitive about how I act, what I eat, etc. BUT! I'm this case it's okay. I am making bread instead of buying it. Bread in the stores isn't really bread if you think about. Just thinking about. So! I make my own. Usually I can't eat it all before it gets hard, but I like to know what i'm eating :)

Monday, November 15, 2010

It's all untouchable

I can't believe it's mid-November. Time goes by so quickly... but that's no news to anyone.

I haven't taken any photos of my set up at craft shows so far this 2010 craft show season! I've been such a slacker! I'll have one for you in a couple of weeks I hope! Now that I have a break (no craft show this weekend) I feel like I can acutally catch up on house work and other things in my life. Exercising. I need to do yoga at least, i'm so rusty and I feel really achy, so yoga will help. I like doing it before I go to sleep. I don't think i need to find diet pills that work or anything, I just need to get my butt in gear and actually spend time cooking instead of the cop-outs i've been eating up lately. I've been lazy in the taking-care-of-myself part.

I'm still striving to become a minimalist. In the past few days I have gathered 3 bags of garbage and 2 and a bit bags of things to donate - very exciting. I feel so free of possessions. I keep what I need. Everything else has got to go. I guess i better send out this memo for those people giving gifts this Christmas.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Wool Dryer Balls!


Ok. So excited about these! Natural felted wool dryer balls! I plan on making lots and lots. They are so eco-friendly and a wonderful alternative to dryer sheets, fabric softener, plastic dryer balls, etc! I ordered some bags that i'm going to silk screen and package them up for a nice little gift bag! So exciting! They are $4.75 or $28 for a bag of 6! Taking orders now! Make sure you order before Christmas!

By the way this makes post #1001~!!