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Monthly Archives: June 2016

  • As good as the word LOVE sounds, it’s not every day that people get to feel or even hear it. Could it be that we are so busy invested in what we do? Or is it the world itself that changes us, making us forget the thing that matters the most – love. Imagine what kind of difference there would be if all (or many of us, at least) did random acts to make people feel loved or appreciated just by the fact that they exist. Read more

  • Austin, Texas is definitely a fun place to be in summer. Yes, we all tend to look forward to planned vacations during these months, but never fear! There are so many opportunities ready to be enjoyed in the great outdoors of Austin (and nearby cities), day and night. You know that it is already summer here when the countdown to Texas Football begins. Another obvious hint of summer being in the air - ninety degrees is a "cool" day and instead of cocktails, people are licking popsicles. And, even though the bat bridge looks touristy at this time of year, you find yourself wanting to go anyway to see it for yourself (perhaps again). Read more

  • Austin is well known for its amazing restaurants, as well as its variety of alternative vegetarian food trucks who’s offerings are truly awe-inspiring. If you happen to find yourself in or near Austin and get hungry, here are some tried and true, tasty food opportunities to tickle your taste buds. It would be so worth a trip just to try them! Read more

  • If you’re like me, and your pores get a little clogged from time to time, this face mask is for you. While preventing future acne with tea tree oil and bentonite clay, it also soothes and calms redness with lavender, oatmeal, jojoba, and grapes. Apply it once every two weeks, and you’ll start to see the benefits. Please, before you do use it for the first time, do a spot test beforehand. Some skin does not react well to bentonite, and you don’t want to learn the hard way. Read more

  • Sometimes, it is so much easier to want the things we don’t have than to appreciate what we already do have. We live in a world where there is this silent demand to be more: get prettier, get thinner, get wealthier and the list could practically go on and on. So here we are. We try to be more and the consequence is we end up with a mutual feeling that we are never enough and don’t have enough. With this perspective, it is almost impossible to see the great things you already possess. Read more

  • One thing we love about the home of Everyday Minerals, Austin, Texas, is that though it is a city sprawling with people, growing by the minute, there are still little pockets of paradise tucked amongst the ever-growing cityscape. One of these little pockets lies in the now densely populated area of East Austin - Boggy Creek Farm. Read more

  • “Thank God it’s Friday” aka “TGIF!” is a common phrase that we’ve all heard at some point, or even have used ourselves. It’s ironic how life turns to be a “weekend” thing for many of us. We work the usual schedule and, really, there’s not much time left to live a stress-free life. Worse yet, you may only be able to say you are having a life over the weekend. Read more

  • Love. The word is in almost every song in the history of songwriting. It’s the second flavor to Shakespeare’s works - - next to tragedy of course. They say love gives balance to the world. Interestingly there are so many ways love is defined metaphorically, abstractly and even literally. Read more

  • Memories are what make traveling worth doing. One day, the travels you had will become stories to tell to your future friends, children, grandchildren and who knows, your stories may be passed along from one generation to another. The possibilities could be endless. With that, you couldn’t help but create your own memory bank; something where you can keep those memories safe, forever. Read more

  • So summer has arrived. The sun is up most of the day and that practically means there is a lot of opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors or do something new at home. Here are some of the many things you can do this summer. Read more

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