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Love August 08 2018, 0 Comments


All in the deets August 07 2018, 0 Comments

I mean really!!!???
I was unwrapping my new Injiri dress
and when I was taking off the tag I realized there
was a little sussy added onto it!
Look at this cute little notebook attached.
I'm telling you that is what I love about alot of the lines
we carry...the attention to detail!!!  Someone took the time, I mean
reealllyyyy took the time to think about this addition and then execute.
Very impressed!

Great Quote! August 06 2018, 0 Comments

Body is visible in a mirror.
But character is visible in actions.

Cotton Gauze July 31 2018, 0 Comments

Just ordered a bunch of these in white and black
for Resort delivery this December...
so flipping excited.
What is it about cotton gauze???

Being Still July 31 2018, 0 Comments

So I truly try to be still these days but I find
it extremely challenging.
Stilling my body is one thing but trying to
still the mind is a whole different animal
for me.  Do you know what I mean? 
I’ve been in my ‘happy place’ for the last week and 
have made two observations I wanted to share because
they’ve worked for stilling the ‘ole cabesa!
1) Listen to nature...the wind, the birds, the trees...it works.
If you really pay attention to nature it’s an immediate remedy
for a racing mind.
2) Exercise!!! Create one goal during your workout...like reaching a stop sign on a jog or getting to have a cup of coffee after a swim...If you just focus on that goal everything 
else disappears! 
Give it a go! And good luck!

Colorado July 31 2018, 0 Comments

I can’t explain it.
But I have a true love affair with this state.
The Mountains.
The trees.  The breeze.  The colors.    
The sky.  Ohhh that blue sky.
Is it because I came here as a child and it’s 
imbedded in my memories?
Or is it just part of my soul, my spirit?
I don’t know but I sure am grateful.
I hope you have a place that fills you up the same way!

A Room Diffuser???? July 24 2018, 0 Comments

Ok I must admit I was skeptical about carrying
a diffuser that costs $155 in my store.
BUT HOLY SH++ It is so worth it.
I can't explain it.
A) The smell is insanely good. 
Depending on the fragrance of your choice
(mine is Rosas Frescas)
it somehow plucks you away from where you are into another world
and I'm being sincere when I say that - not salesy.
B) The packaging is beautiful - simple and elegant.
The glass container thick and boxy.
C) It really does last a while...I have three dispersed around my house
for the last 3 -4 months and I easily have another couple of months of oil
left in each.  Just make sure and keep them away from any heat source as it evaporates the oil.
We've sold out a few times already and they take forever to restock
so next time you're in - check them out!

Discipline July 24 2018, 1 Comment

Was in LA this week and went on a beach jog
(which kicked my rear by the way...what is it about jogging or walking 
in the sand??)
Jogging lets me clear my head.
It's where alot of my "ah ha!" moments come into place.
Yesterdays moment was about discipline.
I was thinking about motherhood & if I'm teaching my kids
the right things, teaching them enough and blah blah blah.
I then had this thought...if I could teach them one solid lesson besides kindness
what would it be?
And discipline popped into my head.
Discipline with faith.
Discipline with school.
Discipline with their chores.
Discipline with their health.
Discipline with their minds.
Discipline with their friendships.
I feel like the older I'm getting the more I realize
how much discipline has led to the positive aspects of life.
At times, while you're in it, it doesn't always seem that way
but, has there ever been a time when you haven't seen discipline pay off
in one way or another????
I don't think so...

Quote July 11 2018, 0 Comments

Love this.
"Gratitude turns what we have into enough"

Free but not July 11 2018, 0 Comments

I have a brother in prison.
Not because he is violent or a bad guy but because he got into drugs.
It sucks.
But , he had a million chances to avoid where he currently resides.
We write eachother often and I've gone to see him twice.
Now that's a hell of an experience!
I opened a letter from him this morning and it was an article
from the paper.  The Lifestyle section - featuring a bungalow that had
been fixed up.  It showed the before and after pictures.
At the top of the article was a "xoxo - Chase".
Chase is my brothers name.
I just shook my head and laughed when I got this.
Life in prison, as Chase tells me,  is mundane. 
If you don't make an effort to "live" Chase said you'll rot. 
I hate that word but I get what he means.
He has a routine.  
Wakes up, reads Jesus Calling, makes coffee and reads. 
All.Day.Long.
He is the one who recommended the book I am now reading that is insane - 
He mixes up his routine with getting outside and exercising a few times a week.
Plus, he has a "class" called Changes that prepares inmates for the changes
that he'll experience once he is released. 
He says it's a complete waste of time.
He also said something to me that always sticks out in my mind - 
He said "Court, even though I'm in prison, I've never been so free".
Why is life so hard at times?
Or is it just harder for some and not others?
Why is it that some have the tools, grit and endurance to persevere?
And others numb because they don't.
I don't have the answers.
I'm just glad my brother is sober and ironically free in prison.

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