Posts tagged moorea seal
52 Lists Project: List the things that make you feel peaceful
Moorea Seal, a friend of mine, published a lovely book of lists. 52 Lists, it's a year of weekly journaling inspiration. It's beautifully made and thoughtfully written. I've had the desire to journal a bit again and this feels like a manageable pace. One list a week. I can handle that. 

It's also very approachable, fun and revealing questions. Reading and writing in this book is helping me to be more mindful of who I am and aware of the world around me. 

This week's list is List # 42: List the things that make you feel peaceful
home, candles, warmth, quiet, reading, intentionally listening to music, water, soup, paint, pencils, writing, playing guitar, arting, walking, singing, dancing, bathing, drawing, sleeping. 

What would your, list of things that make you feel peaceful, have on it?


Natural Ladies
You know about my recent obsession with natural beauty products and how I've been creating some and using many, well, this summer I joined in on a natural perfume making workshop. It was held at Moorea Seal's shop in Seattle.  My friend Elizabeth from Delightfully Tacky lead the workshop.  

We all got a little guide book (pictured above), and we able to mix any number of essential oils to make our own signature perfume. 

 The scent I made turned out really sweet, with rosemary as my base. I wear it on days I want to feel warm and cozy. It's perfect for fall.

To read more about my natural journey click here.

Or to check Delightfully Tacky's natural living tips, read her blog here.

Thanks for reading lovelies,


Shop Window Live: Moorea Seal

While in Seattle this summer I had the pleasure of visiting the lovely Moorea Seal and her shop.  She has such great taste. Her shop is wonderfully curated and has such thoughtful displays.

 Her brick and mortar shop has a delightful variety of products. She has stationary, wall art, clothing, bags, jewellery, candles, and many other treasures.

Moorea has been an online friend of mine for some time and it was great to finally meet her in person.

She is incredibly down to earth and such a go getter. She is an inspiration to me and thousands of others!

For those of you who don't live in Seattle, like me, we are in luck. She has a blog and an online shop at

Thanks for reading lovelies,



Up Next: Essentail oils workshop with Elizabeth from Delightfully Tacky at Moorea Seal's shop in Seattle.