Whoever said “Do you, boo. Do you” is a genius. Often times we find ourselves trying to fit in. We do everything under the sun just to fit in or at least to be accepted. Why though? What good will that ever do to you? Be who you are and I can assure you you’ll do SO much better. You don’t need people that need you to change. You need people that accept you for who you are.
For those of you who know me and my business, this shouldn’t be anything new to you but for those that don’t know about my business, here’s a little story.
I love making handmade products and I created my business PRNTS n PATTERNS and started selling stuff. Recently I realized that I was kind of all over the place. So what’s the best thing to do? Restart all over again! 😛 I’m revamping the business and making it more eco-friendly.
Quite a few people are asking me how to be sustainable at home and even though I had written a blog post sometime in the past about it, I think I was pretty general. So now, I’m taking a more personal take and I’m writing what I personally do to true to be sustainable and have a zero waste approach to everyday things.
A few weeks ago I saw a video that my relative had shared on Facebook about “ugly” produce. I knew that a lot of produce was wasted but I never really gave it much thought because I always told myself that I’m buying good stuff and there’s not much that I can personally do. And that’s where I was wrong. There’s actually a lot that can be done and we’re just either lazy or don’t really know what to do.
About a week ago was my 26th birthday and I’ve been reflecting so much on the past that I decided to write down 26 (maybe more) things that I’ve learned and lived by over the past years of my life.
Pasta salad, in my opinion, is the one of the greatest dishes where you can get super creative with. You can take the yummy but unhealthy route and add mayonnaise OR you can take yummy but healthy route and add lots of green stuff 😛
My blog posts are usually bubbly, filled with pictures, etc. This will take a turn to a more serious tone because I feel like we all need to take time seriously. Throughout all my life, writing to-do lists was, and still is, essential. It gives me a visual of how much I need to get done, whether it’s a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly list. What I have come to realize is that no matter how long/short, fun/serious your list is, time is always flying and you need to make it worth while.