Cool Stuff – Living Well

Red Wine Bath Therapy

I’m always looking for ways to let nature do its work. As we enter into the holiday season, I wanted to give you a little potion burst to carry with you: Red Wine Bath Therapy. It may sound crazy but I think we need to do all we can to keep our zen and practice self-care during this time of year. So here is my potion for you to try […]

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How to Wash Delicate Sweaters at Home

Hello, sweater weather! Sweaters are the best in autumn and winter because they are so warm and fuzzy. One problem: some delicate sweaters made of wool or cashmere have to be dry cleaned in case they shrink or are damaged in the wash. But what if you accidentally spilled delicious lemony fig jam, or some savory roasted tomato sauce? Dry cleaning can be so inconvenient, not to mention expensive at […]

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Ways to Prevent Getting Sick

I remember in college I would often get sick because I was always a tad stressed with all my studying and workload, and because living in a dormitory, sickness seemed to spread more quickly. Today our contributor and resident college student Cheryn is here to share ways to prevent getting sick this season, so you make the most of jumping in the autumn leaves! – Georgia The transition from summer […]

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Natural Ways to Fall Asleep

Most of you who are reading this are probably not getting the recommended eight hours of sleep a night. Some of the reasons why are probably highly associated with the use of too much technology: scrolling through Instagram in bed, listening to late night notification pings as you close your eyes, or even the blinking LED screen you can still see even with your eyes closed. Here are some natural […]

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Tips for a Minimalist Home

We are excited to introduce a new contributor today, Cheryn Shin! We have no doubt you’ll love her breadth of knowledge in all things lifestyle. Take it away, Cheryn. The weather is finally beginning to warm up and the sunlight, after months of darkness, feels amazing against your skin. But what’s all thi-*achoo*! Dust? Pollen? Probably both, judging by the heaps of winter clothes you haven’t packed away yet, and […]

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What is Grounding and Why is it Important?

Today, it seems more and more people are finding themselves glued to their technology and an anxiety-filled lifestyle. Today we want to invite everyone to slow down a bit and reconnect with the Earth and our surroundings. This is so important when pioneering a purposeful and well-balanced life. We have previously touched on what grounding is (see it HERE), but we wanted to take the time to talk about it much more […]

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Printable April Desk Calendar

Sunday marks a very special day, it is both April fools and Easter. This day much like Spring as a whole, is a time for new beginnings and a fresh start. Our creativity much like the earth is blossoming. There are a lot of exciting things coming up in Georgia-town, and we hope to continue sharing valuable and inspiring content with you in mind and give you a little something extra […]

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Great Women in History: Grace Hopper

In this month’s edition of Great Women of History, we are talking about a true bad a** pioneer. Often times, when people think of the tech industry the vision of a bunch of male programmers working behind supercomputers come to mind. This isn’t totally wrong, recently, many big tech companies revealed how few of their female employees worked in programming and technical jobs. Google had one of the highest rates […]

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March Printable Desk Calendar

It’s that special time of the month again, and this month it’s extra special because… winter is about to be over. Things are blooming and chirping already and we’re itching to get outside in our gardens.  We want to keep sharing valuable and inspiring content with you in mind and give you a little something extra to take away; to create a space that inspires and also develops a community […]

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Great Women in History: Madam C.J. Walker

It’s the second edition of our latest series, “Great Women of History.” This month, we introduce you to Madam C.J. Walker, a true pioneer on many levels. Great Women in History: Madam C.J. Walker PHOTO: Pinterest Madam C.J. Walker was born Sarah Breedlove on December 23, 1867, near Delta, Louisiana. After suffering from a scalp ailment that resulted in her own hair loss, a #selfsufficient pioneer, she went about inventing a line of […]

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