Davys Locker Design 🎋
They are a free thinking skate brand, open to collaboration, creativity and a good yarn.
They create boards and clothing for the people that don't want to kick mother nature in the ovaries. As well as being an idea fueled melting pot for artists, skaters and other chillers of society.
Bamboo is their go to, super-plant material that we use for our decks, but we are always on the hunt for more ideas on how we can reduce our impact. #sustainable#consciousbusiness#backtoearth#aucklandevents#crafts#ecofriendly#wastefree#localartist
I watch him work himself to the bone every single day. He hasn't had a full day off with the kids and I in almost six months. Our company projects Monday through Friday then side jobs or volunteering for family/friends on the weekends. It makes me so proud that my heart hurts and also feel total heartache sometimes. It feels like we've had three steps forward and two steps back for the last five years, but it is at least always going forward again. I've believed in his heart since the first time we met 12 years ago this week. There are so many layers that comes with this man, and I can see every one of them and how they benefit his personality, even if it feels hard sometimes. He's having a tough work day and it makes me feel like screaming to the world that he is so good and so worthy and deserves so much more than he is experiencing. He would say he is experiencing exactly what he needs to and it all is for something, although we may not know what that is but I want more for him. Many haven't truly opened their hearts to him and I feel they are so missing out. He is so much, so so much and I'm endlessly glad to share life with him ✨ .
1 left! 1 spot left for my Harvest Portrait Pop-Up at Larriland Farm this weekend! Saturday, October 14 at 9am! Hit the email button in my bio to book.
Even if you can't make it, I recommend you check out Larriland Farm or a farm near you for fresh local in-season produce. These apples I picked were SO good! 🍏#EatLocal#BacktoEarth#Mind#Body#Spirit
Back To Earth - Steve Aoki (feat. Fall Out Boy) // So I think this song and its music video deserve more appreciation (I remember I listened to it a long time ago when it was realeased around two years ago and when I changed my phone and had to download my music again I totally forgot about this one but I listened to it a few days ago and now it's the only thing I've been listening to). The video is amazing and the music/lyrics are really cool too, they all look so freaking hot in the vid why? - if you don't know this song, it is a MUST for you to listen to it rn. #backtoearth#steveaoki#falloutboy PS: just look at Patrick and Pete in the last pic!!
The other day I was basking in smugness of good female bringing-up-ness as my daughter chirped away happily in the back seat about a game at nursery where she'd played the good guy, the bad guy, the police officer and the post lady.
"'Cos you know mummy, girls can be police too, and fire fighters and rock stars"
"Oh yes, tootie, girls can do anything!" (Bursting with pride)
"But mummy, there is one thing girls can't do that boys can..."
"Oh no Sweetie! Girls can do anything boys can do..."
"No, mummy, they can't. Girls cannot wee out of willies...!"
"No, darling, they can't. You're right."
Bested again, clever clogs.
May your girls outsmart you too today!
Plant Medicine. Sending a huge thanks @jamie.hawk for inspiration and being our Back to Earth Plant Medicine Sister. FIRE CIDER concoction is good to relieve sinus congestion, to ward off colds and flu, aids in digestion and circulation. 1/2 cup peeled and diced horseradish 1/2 cup peeled and diced garlic 1/2 cup peeled and diced onion 1/4 cup peeled and diced ginger 1/4 cup peeled and diced turmeric 1 habanero chile, split in half 1 orange, quartered and thinly sliced crosswise 1/2 lemon, quartered and thinly sliced crosswise 1/2 cup chopped parsley 2 tablespoons chopped rosemary 2 tablespoons chopped thyme 1 teaspoon black peppercorns 2 to 3 cups raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar (at least 5% acidity) 1/4 cup raw honey, or more to taste
Place all of the vegetables, fruits, herbs, and spices in a clean 1-quart jar. Fill the jar with vinegar, covering all the ingredients and making sure there are no air bubbles. Cap the jar. If using a metal lid, place a piece of parchment or wax paper between the jar and the lid to prevent corrosion from the vinegar. Shake well.
Let the jar sit for 3 to 6 weeks, shaking daily (or as often as you remember).
Strain the vinegar into a clean jar. Add honey to taste. Refrigerate and use within a year.
The Earth and the plants have everything we need to heal ourselves. All we need is to trust ourselves and tap in to the Plant Medicine. Repost from Emily Han ✨🙏🏼✨thank you
How does such a tiny little body house such a prodigious energy? His footprint 👣 is so tiny and his impact is immeasurable. He's sleeping now so I'm crawling in bed to stare at him for the next hour until I fall asleep. Will he be creeped out when he's older that I do that? 👀🤷🏻♀️ #icanthelpit#hessostinkincute#momlife