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Wednesday, January 29, 2014


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As we near the end of our month-long focus on “A New Perspective” we want to take some time to talk about how we can best honor this practice going forward through the rest of the year. Considering that the end of January is usually when people start to feel as though their resolutions are a lost cause and the resigned sighs resound. Not this year, friends! Instead, let’s roll out of January refreshed and recharged and renewed with the sense that we are, naturally, beings of abundance. We can celebrate our individual, natural beauty by allowing ourselves the chance to seek beauty in the small things and notice the wild and free imperfections all around us.

Emily Howard of considerthewldflwrs creates gorgeous, one of a kind jewelry that embodies this perfectly. Howard’s line is inspired by the grace found in nature and her handcrafted pieces are a celebration of the natural and rustic beauty all around us. This is the kind of jewelry you wear when you feel like celebrating yourself, friends. I am particularly drawn to “the speckled fill” as well as “the simple stackables.”  These are the kinds of pieces that bring “A New Perspective” to light and show that beauty is all around us. considerthewldflwrs is the proof.

considerthewldflwrs is giving away one The Seedbox necklace to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Wednesday, February 5th. Comments now closed…good luck!
Please visit considerthewldflwrs and tell us: As you read this, take a look around. What is the most beautiful thing you see?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, February 10th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    Trisha says:

    I’m in my office, so there’s not a lot around, but I have tried to make my space someplace I wnt to me. Some of the beautiful things I have include an art deco style print of Daleks, and a small papercraft cat that my partner brought back for me from Japan. 

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    my two cats curled up together snuggling–i could watch them all day!

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    Jennifer says:

    Since I’m sitting in a temporary cube at work right now, I’m somewhat lacking in beautiful objects. Fortunately, I do have a picture on my desk of my husband and I sitting in a hammock on a beach in Belize on our first anniversary. Even if my desk was filled with beautiful things, this picture would likely top them all.

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    Tiffany says:

    Above me is a sculptural painting I did several years ago based off a picture I found online. In the picture was a wall with either different sized doilies or coffee filters scattered across a wall. I did something similar with different sized cupcake liners.

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    Lauren P says:

    In my office… I see a note written by a student encouraging other students to not commit suicide. Every life is beautiful.

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    Pumpernickel says:

    I’m nursing my roly poly 6 month old son right now and he is, in my opinion, the most gorgeous thing in the world.

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    Jenni says:

    I have an indoor office with no windows…. but I have a beautiful aqua lamp to give me warm lighting, butterfly push-pins that bring a splash of color and whimsy to the dull gray surroundings, and a beautiful photo of my wedding bouquet as a screensaver to remind me of that beautiful day and how in love I am. 🙂

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    Samantha S says:

    Today it’s not so much a seeing as a feeling. It’s cloudy and humid for the first time in California in months, and it’s supposed to rain tomorrow. The air is electric; there’s a breeze with the smell of spring, and everything feels just a little more possible. The thought that anything could happen is back, and you can tell people walking by on the sidewalk sense it too. There’s something about the invisible community that forms in these cases that I really love.

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    sam says:

    The snow outside!! I am a from the North – currently living in NC – so this is a treat!! 

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    Nikki says:

    I am in my bedroom, and the most beautiful thing I see is a wood sculpture of an angel my husband made me for Christmas two years ago.  He is a sculpture and normally makes LARGE outdoor sculptures and fountains out of bronze and stainless steel, so having this small piece made just for me is extra-special too.  The edges of the wings are notched and burned for texture, and the blond wood grain practically glows in the sunlight…beautiful!

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    cindy says:

    The painting that my kids made for me is the most beautiful thing in the room because it was made with pure joy!

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    Anne H says:

    My daughter, she is a strong , smart confident young woman who is also incredibly beautiful!

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    Charlotte D. says:

    Since I stay home with my youngest son, he is the most beautiful thing I see right now and everyday.  He makes me laugh and he drives me nuts at the same time.  But it is all worth it because he makes my heart full and that makes me happy everyday!

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    Heather N. says:

    Probably the sweet little drawings on my bulletin board from my client’s kids. I work at a domestic violence women’s shelter, and we get some pretty sweet children in and out of here. 

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    Suzi C says:


    My noticeboard holds a picture of my big brother and my daughter when she was little. He is such a gentle soul and she is such a wee missy, they love eachother and I love this reminder of who they truly are.

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    Suzi C says:

    Wah it won’t open. It’s such a beautiful picture. He’s reading “Spot” to her and has his arms around her. 

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    I see my lovely salt lamp! It glows almost in the light!

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    Emily B says:

    My 2-year old son’s face. It is currently covered in berry spinach smoothie from the crown of his still-bald blonde-wispy head to the bottom of his shirt. He has the spark of wild beauty, and I love watching him enjoy everything with wild abandon. What a beautiful mission you have and such lovely sentiments. I love the idea that you experience grace through creativity and touch something more beautiful and godlike within the self.

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    Courtney J says:

    Well I’m in my bedroom, so the most beautiful thing I see is my pile of balls of yarn. I like all the different colors arranged together (blues, blacks, reds, purples, browns). Since I had to move my pile of knitting supplies into my bedroom (or else my dogs will want to play with it), I’m constantly reminded of the knitting I should be doing.

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    Tiffany says:

    I’m in a drab cubicle. I’ve placed a small collage of family photos directly in front of me so that I see my loved ones multiple times a day. I love those faces.

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    Coral M. says:

    From my cubicle, I would say the most beautiful thing is the large map of French wine regions on the wall. Lots of colors and it causes my memories of some of those areas to surface!

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    Noma says:

    I’m in my dorm, and across from me I see my roommate’s collage of pictures from home. She is a foreign exchange student from South Korea. She has pictures of her family, friends, and scenery she loves. Its such a pretty collage and its all the more beautiful since I know how much those images mean to her so far from home. 

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    Kristen H. says:

    My running shoes that I just kicked off next to me. Because it means I went for a run, when ever bone in my body was screaming “no!” And that is a beautiful thing.

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    Jessica says:

    Crisp white lab coats. I love science!

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    ELIZA ELLIOT says:

    My kids – they are just such a gift~

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    Susanna B. says:

    All of my instruments  hanging on the walls. 🙂

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    Katie says:

    An old lap tray. It was my grandmothers before she passed away. It is all black with a bright floral arrangement. It is so pretty and reminds me of her.