Note from Jamie

I like to share things that light me up, fill me with joy, and make my life easier. Nothing is sponsored. These are just things that are helping me along my journey.

I'm taking a new MasterClass series by Shea McGee called, "Design a Space You Love."

Interior design is not one of my top skill sets, so I'm learning a lot... about design AND myself.

1. Have a plan. I credit much of my success to jumping in and learning as I go. I'm not afraid of starting new things. That being said, I've enjoyed having an "anchor" as I design my new bedroom. I created a mood board (see above image) that has been my guiding light. There's so much comfort in knowing where I'm going.

2. Don't settle for "meh." I tend to buy many things on sale that are "good enough" vs investing in a few things I love. My new bedroom is going to be filled with things I love. I have a feeling
this is going to be more of a lesson about life than my living space. (I am worthy of having things I love.)

3. Know yourself. A decorative chandelier would elevate my space, but I run warm, so I'm a ceiling fan type of girl. A chair would look lovely in the corner, but where would I put my mat for evening yoga? I don't make my bed as often as I'd like, so having lots of pillows and throws just doesn't make sense. Instead of designing for an aspirational version of myself, I'm designing for who I am today. There's freedom in that.

4. Patience, young grasshopper. I found a gorgeous set of nightstands that I really, really want but don't fit my budget. Same for the wood flooring and rug I want. I'm putting my desires out there, trusting they'll come to fruition at just the right time.

I'll end on this...

I wanted a subscription to MasterClass for many months. It's $120/year. It felt like too much. During the holidays, I passed on a BOGO deal. A few weeks ago, I received a 70% off coupon from Zoom. I paid $35 for MasterClass! I'm manifesting that the same type of thing happens with my nightstands! In the meantime, this young grasshopper will be patient and not settle for "meh."


 Nourish Pick of the Week

Pinch Me Therapy Dough

We partnered with Nancy Rothner of Milton, Delaware to offer you her Pinch Me Therapy Dough.

Nancy is a clinical hypnotherapist who specializes in stress reduction.

She created this simple therapy dough that can be used anytime, anywhere to reduce stress through its "pinchability."

We have six great spa-like scents to choose from.

Limited quantities available.

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Recipe of the Week

Fruit & Almond Alpine Muesli

I typically have my Powerhouse Smoothie for breakfast, but I've been mixing it up recently and have been enjoying this delicious Fruit & Almond Alpine Muesli.

I make it the night before and serve it the next morning topped with blueberries.


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