I caved and went to the evil blue and yellow home goods giant. You see, I’m on this air plant/tillandsia kick and I can’t stop coming up with ways to display these little suckers (that won’t kill them this time).
Whenever I go to yoga, I do everything in my power to tune out the outside world and the 101,345,678 thoughts racing through my jet-fueled mind.
Once in a while Most of the time, I’m unsuccessful. During my most recent practice, I was fixated on air plants.
Sake to me.
I’m mixing it up this week with a focus on specific items at Sally’s Army (Salvation Army, Valencia Street, San Francisco). Let’s talk about the fabulosity of sake bottles, or tokkuri.
It’s Sunday. Let it all hang out.
Some of you may wonder: do I ever get tired of going to the same store over and over again? The answer is obvious. OF COURSE THE HECK NOT.
It’s finally heeeeere! All these years of collecting succulent scraps and discarded leaves, stumps, and clippings is finally paying off! As a sucker for succulents, this is MAJOR. It’s not groundbreaking, and many have done it, but the fact that it’s finally a part of my life is MONUMENTAL, folks!
Oh dear. Miss Thrifta-hoardaholic has been confined to the home due to circumstances I won’t disclose. But it’s Thrifting Thursday! Nobody said life was fair, so I must resort to trolling Craigslist (I know it’s not a new concept, but it’s still so durn fun).