A reminder that we’re not on identical paths and its okay not to be 💛
It’s all about plants on our instastory today with our goodful plant lady @merleeshay taking over and answering all your plant questions! head on over to check it out and let her know of any questions you might have! 🌱
want to start gardening but don’t want to think too hard about it? get an aerogarden to help make taking care of your plant babies easier! link in bio to shop! 📸: @meinfeenstaub
These salmon recipes are easy to assemble and will save you from dirtying up all your pots and pans! recipes in bio!😋✨ fill up the whole pan with our high-edged baking pan used in this video by clicking the link in our bio! 🌿
How do you soothe yourself when you’re angry? need help calming down when you’re p****d off and don’t want to be? click the link in our bio for some techniques. 🌿
Make one of these milk tea recipes before bed if you have trouble falling asleep at night! 🌝
froth the milk with the vibrant red whisks used in this video by clicking the link in our bio! 🍵
This pretty picture is my expectation of how my breakfasts should look vs the reality of my black coffee and yogurt cup. what about you? what’s your usual breakfast routine?✨
#goodfulintentions week 12 from @annabroges: it can be so tempting to work alone — other people can be complicated and prickly and contrary, and finding the best way to work together can require more patience and shifting than any puzzle. but we are missing so many opportunities when we don’t open ourselves up to the experiences of other people and how they can supplement our skills and bring a perspective we don’t have.
this week, remember that there are just some things that you can’t or shouldn’t do on your own. you don’t have to suffer solo to show your mettle and talent — working collaboratively with others toward goals that transcend personal gain is a powerful way to ensure your world never stops expanding. when you collaborate, you have someone to share with: your victories and frustrations and breakthroughs. so invite people into your process, especially when you find yourself running up against walls. they will help you get over them when you’ve been trying to get through.