Discoveries from Around the Web {Listmania}

by Valerie on August 7, 2009 · 5 comments

* Isn’t the poster above gorgeous? You can have one to, because Christine/Blisschick has this inspirational free poster available for you. The words are by Christine and the art was designed by Miss Heidi of Daisybones

* Join Melita in her tea-trade {bloggers and non-bloggers alike welcome}

* Lauren of Everyday Revelry tweeted about this great article on making yoga accessible to all – a great read.

* Aglio and Pepperoncino’s post on tomatoes will make you want to eat tomatoes right away {tomato sauce with lots of basil is one of my summer favorites}

* Tipsy Baker has a tongue-in-cheek response to Michael Pollan’s Out of the Kitchen, Onto the Couch NYT article while Michael Ruhlman has a more encouraging view of cooking today.

* The incomparable Revisionista has a great post on epiphanies and seducing oneself into writing.

*Speaking of writing, if you need a journal {or some notecards}, Chic and Green just discovered Bella Sera Designs – I am so glad she shared this discovery. Bella Sera’s items look lovely.

* Remember Eco-tools, those eco-friendly brushes I raved about a while ago? Now the same brand has come out with a eco-friendly paraben-free bath and body collection made with 98% naturally sourced ingredients. I am definitely going to try somethign from that line soon.

* You can submit a pearl of wisdom anytime. In the meantime, do read all the wonderful pearls people sent in this week.

If you have come across any great articles, blog posts, fun new eco-friendly and/or indie products this week, please share in the comments. Have a wonderful weekend!

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Christine Claire Reed August 7, 2009 at 4:23 pm

Thanks for helping to spread the WILDNESS!!!! :)

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2 Karley August 7, 2009 at 5:14 pm

GREAT post! Love the poster–mine is printing out as we speak :)

I saw the EcoTools line of body care at Walgreens and have been meaning to try it. I think I'll get a couple things this weekend to review.

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3 Eleonora August 7, 2009 at 9:40 pm

Thank you so much for linking to AO&P!
I'm glad you enjoyed the tomatoes…

Ciao,
Lola

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4 Melita August 9, 2009 at 3:46 am

thanks for spreading the word about the tea trade :)

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5 Revisionista August 10, 2009 at 3:10 pm

thank you so much for linking to my storytelling post & for the comment you left.

I really think that communing with fabulous women like yourself is helping all my random little pieces come together to make a sparkly picture.

I'm searching for the photo I want to include with my pearl. this series is great!

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