Imagine me circa 2005, sitting hunched over a desktop computer eating cocoa puffs out of the box and working endlessly to craft the perfect layouts for Xanga. Do you remember Xanga? That post-LiveJournal, pre-MySpace era website where you could make your own custom blog to house all of your angsty rants and even set music to them?Read More
How did Inktober go for y’all? I always start out strong and then fizzle out as I lose momentum/realize how much I’ve taken on for the month. That’s exactly what happened this time but I’m still celebrating the work that I did manage to get done. Some of those drawings even became products like stickers and t-shirts.Read More
As a fixed sign, Scorpio is headstrong and sometimes stubborn. On the flipside, they are loyal and determined. They carry a strong intuition that allows them to see people for who they are beneath the mask. Their bravery and steadfastness allows them to confront darkness and transform pain into the medicine that gives them a deep wisdom about the world.Read More
These prompts have been fun to think about, but I can pretty clearly pinpoint where I went off the rails. Day 10 was Fairies and Goblins and immediately, the thought of having to draw a human and share it paralyzed me.
Does this ever happen with you? You want so badly to just do something the right way and make it come out like it is in your head that you never really start because you don’t trust yourself enough?Read More
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When I first came to herbalism, I was quickly drawn to the idea of food as medicine. Cayenne increases blood flow and acts as a gastric stimulant, aiding in digestion. Chewing a fennel seed also aids in digestion. Garlic is antiseptic and can be used to help clear acne. Apples sooth gastric issues and can be used topically to aid in the healing of skin infections.
Fall has crept its way into Minnesota – the leaves have all changed and the nights are cool, which means that flu season is looming and every sneeze, sniffle and cough in my household has us holding our breath and stocking up on immune boosters.
That’s where fire cider comes in.Read More