Happy birthday my Jillybean! You always know how to put a smile on my face 😁

Happy birthday to my big brother ❤️ you’re one of my favorite people on earth and I love going on adventures with you.

Slimy yet satisfying 🍣 (at CHIYO SUSHI)

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Just lion around


all green everything • London, UK

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Camping for the next two weekends! Doubt it will look anything like this.

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Still one of my favorite films.

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Stockholm, Sweden is definitely on my bucket list.
I’d love to see where my great grandparents are from.

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Bet yer ass I’m watching this in theaters on Galentines Day 2015!


Headed out to Bridgeport, Connecticut this weekend for Gathering of the Vibes music festival. There’s gonna be a lot of sun, music and dancing so I decided to make my own sunscreen for the weekend.
I make essential oil blends for Reflexology clients all the time, and mom and I are starting up an Aromabar for clients dealing with all kins of physical and mental issues that they want to heal naturally.
There is a lot of discussion whether or not sunscreen you would buy in a drugstore is good for you. Yes, it blocks the sun from giving you a sunburn, but it also has a lot of chemicals and toxins in it plus often blocks Vitamin D from the sun to getting into your skin. By making my own sunscreen, I can control what goes on my skin with essential oils and base oils that have a 30-40 SPF. I hope it works! Obviously, it will need to be reapplied and not waterproof just like regular sunscreen, but I think with getting some shade and hat protection, I’ll see minimal burning on my fair skin.

I’m very excited to continue taking steps in controlling what goes on my body and around my house.

For the homemade sunscreen, I used Coconut Oil, Helichrysum, Myrrh, Carrot Seed, Peppermint, Lavender and Rosemary. I need to add just some Sesame Oil and then I’m set!

I think you and I are going to be very good friends👢 #NewBoots