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Sculptor Ken Price began his career in the late 1950s when he…

 

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Sculptor Ken Price began his career in the late 1950s when he was included in the original stable of artists at the Ferus Gallery, along with celebrated Californian artists such as Ed Ruscha, John Altoon, Ed Moses, Robert Irwin, Ed Kienholz, Larry Bell, and Billy Al Bengston, with whom he shared a studio for some time. Among his sensuous and fluid works, “Zizi” represents the pinnacle of his incredibly unique and prolific 60-year career. View this sculpture at LACMA in the Ahmanson Building, Level 2. #lacma #KenPrice #sculpture [© Estate of Ken Price, photo © 2011 Fredrik Nilsen, All Rights Reserved] http://ift.tt/2jSQ5gP

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just-good-design: Londres Fitzrovia by FESTEN Architecture

 

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Londres Fitzrovia by FESTEN Architecture
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A wonderful home from home on Ibiza

 

A wonderful home from home on Ibiza
By noreply@blogger.com (My Scandinavian Home)

Have you ever been to Ibiza? I’ve never been. I think it’s because my sister lives in Mallorca – so it’s our go to place in the Balearic Islands. But I’d absolutely love to visit someday. And now that the beautiful design hotel La Granja Ibiza has come on the scene a trip might just be imminent! Set on a farm, La Granja Ibiza has nine guest rooms and a freestanding guesthouse marked by ‘classical Iberian architecture and traces of  Moorish influences’, not to mention cool dark walls and simple, rustic touches.  The pool and kitchen area bring guests together – while cozy nooks found inside and out provide moments of ‘simple solitude’.  If you like a little action, you can always head down to the farm to meet Coco the ‘all-knowing pig’ and learn about biodynamic agriculture through a series of workshops, classes and community-based projects. I’m loving the sound of ‘lucid Sunday’ and ‘Other Thursdays’ rituals too. Meet you there this summer?!

La Granja Ibiza. Found via  (My) Unfinished Home with a big thanks! 

Could you imagine staying here?!

Yesterday I was dreaming of spending the day besides Daniella’s pool and today – this one in Ibiza. Sigh – another day, another pool, if only it were all real!!

Get the look from this beautiful Ibiza design hotel: bedroom – pick up charcoal linen bed covers here, these wooden workman stools are similar, I love Private 0204 rugs. Sitting room – buy off-white linen by the half yard here to cover your sofa.

If you’d like to dream over more design hotels today I’d definitely recommend checking out this idyllic holiday home in the South of France (heaven!), your very own Tasmanian island hide-away and a Brazilian escape in lush tropical gardens.  The question is, which corner of the world should we visit first?!

Have a lovely day!

PS It was a pleasure to be interviewed by My Domain on the subject of ‘Lagom in the home’  yesterday. Thank you for inviting me guys!

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Invincible Summer: Places We Should Skinny Dip

 

Invincible Summer: Places We Should Skinny Dip
By Alison Green

“My dear, in the midst of hate, I found there was, within me, an invincible love. In the midst of chaos, I found there was, within me, an invincible calm. Throughout it all. In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer. And that makes me happy, for it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there’s something stronger, something better, pushing right back.” – Albert Camus

These days, we’re taking these words to heart. After a week that weighed heavy, we find ourselves squaring our shoulders, taking a deep breath, and pushing through the chaos with a strength we didn’t know existed. Maybe it’s the lingering afterglow of the Women’s March, maybe it’s the impassioned and half-coherent voicemails left for our Representatives, maybe it’s all the rigorous and radical self care.

I have accepted that fighting the good fight means vigilantly pushing back against the powers that be. I have accepted that we’re in it for the long haul. We won’t let a lingering cold spell or a hate-mongering Twitter addict keep us from dreaming of a better, warmer, brighter future. It’s been a long and exhausting winter, but maybe it has helped reveal the invincible summer within all of us: the eternal resiliency, the powerful compassion, the slow-burning strength when we need it most.

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Mermaid pools on Thassos Island in Greece.

On a lighter note, these wanderlust-inducing locations are giving a whole new meaning to an invincible summer, and we’re itching to spend an afternoon in drunk off sunshine and nature’s warm embrace. Self care comes in many forms (wine, face masks, books, mid-afternoon naps, Bob Ross on Netflix, hugging every dog you see, etc) but skinny dipping in the lush wilderness, far away from an Internet connection, has always been our favorite (and the most effective). The invigorating shock of cold water against bare, sun-warmed skin, the sweet taste of fresh air, the indulgent stillness of floating above the rest of the world for a little while. Find freedom wherever you can these days, and when you do, immerse yourself in it, fully and unapologetically.

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The Cares River in Asturias, Spain

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This pool carved into a stone quarry has us feeling some type of way.

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Double dipping in Zion National Park, Utah.

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San Antonio Hot Springs in New Mexico.

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Conundrum Hot Springs & Meadows in Aspen, Colorado.

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The Narrows in Austin, Texas, is the ideal secret swimming spot.

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Natalija / Prada / Coach

 

Natalija / Prada / Coach
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Natalija The Label

Spent a huge chunk of my holidays lazing around in this silky, slinky, dreamy shirt.

Too fancy for bed I reckon 😉

Natalija, Prada, Coach, Oroton

Prada and Coach

I’m wearing: Natalija shirt, Prada skirt, Oroton Bag, Coach shoes, Rayban sunglasses, Reliquia Earrings, Sarah & Sebastian necklace.

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To Your Health: A Guided Practice Towards Healing, Health, and Kicking Ass

 

To Your Health: A Guided Practice Towards Healing, Health, and Kicking Ass
By Katie Boyden

Hey humans. I’m not sure what brought you here, but if you are reading this, congratulations, you care about yourself enough to take a health journey with me! And that’s awesome, give yourself a clapping emoji.  A little about me: My name is Katie. I’m a writer, filmmaker, and many other things (you may already be familiar with my work for Live FAST), and for the past eight months I have been dealing with a chronic illness. Rather than bore you with the details of how this has upended my life, I’d rather take a positive spin and turn all that I’ve learned last year into a column so that you can benefit from my days of endless research, meeting with nutritionists, wellness coaches, psychiatrists, integrative and holistic physicians, and naturopaths. Before you start to think, “Oh great, another superhuman/patronizing/unattainably disciplined health guru wants to tell me how to live my life” – I don’t, I promise. I didn’t start out knowing any of this stuff, nor taking very good care of myself for that matter.  My self-healing didn’t happen overnight.

“Not Sick” vs. “Healthy”

I never thought I’d be writing a column about health and wellness; to be honest, for years I thought this was all overblown bullshit, or at the very least a waste of time. It’s not that I was supremely unhealthy, but I was a decently well person who figured “Why worry about this stuff if I’m never sick?” I rarely had colds or flus, never a major health scare. Instead, I focused on everything else life had to offer – traveling, dating, playing, working insane hours on Hollywood film sets, partying, pushing my body to its absolute limits in many different ways, and so on. The thing about living like this is that just because you’re not eating Jack in the Box all the time or chugging sodas or chain smoking doesn’t mean that you’re giving your body the tools it needs to function at optimal levels.  To break it down another way, formal Aristotelian logic describes opposites as “not” something. The logical opposite of “cold” isn’t “hot;” it is “not cold.” As illogical as society tends to be, we are pretty good at thinking in these terms. This method of reasoning works phenomenally if you are taking the LSAT or justifying things to yourself “well I pulled three all nighters in a row but I’m not passing out so I’m fine.” However, this tends to unravel when thinking about big life abstractions. Does the fact that you are not depressed mean you’re truly happy? Does the fact that you’re not panicking mean you’re totally calm? Most people day-to-day are “not sick” but does this mean we are all healthy?  No, it just means we are not sick. Which is great, of course, being sick sucks. But being well-yet-kinda-ehhh all the time does too. Which brings me to…

The Ubiquity of Toxicity

Think about how often you tell people you’re tired, or anxious, or feeling “off” or frazzled or inexplicably sad or brain fogged or a million other vague problems that don’t qualify as “sickness” but certainly make our lives more difficult and less pleasant, and how much more you’d accomplish and how much better you’d feel if you could banish the malaise that drags you down.  I’m here to tell you something that sounds crazy, but it isn’t because, science:

you feel like shit because you are toxic.

Not like Chernobyl toxic or Fukushima toxic, but regular person-living-in-the-21st-century toxic. And that, my friends, is linked to just about every health issue that has arisen since we industrialized. It’s hard to escape. Toxins are everywhere, in everything we eat, drink, breathe, use every day.  But, don’t get all despairing, because your body was designed to detox and I’ll show you exactly how to support all those pathways for maximum efficiency. In fact, practically every wellness and diet practice is detoxifying at the fundamental level. I’ll also periodically address mental wellness and the toxic thoughts that bring us down, as well as the toxic substances that literally cause anxiety and depression and what can clear them out too.

The Myth of the Quick Fix

No matter what you do, there is no such thing as an immediate result that is also a lasting result.  These two concepts are mutually exclusive. I think the reason most of us don’t stick with nutrition/wellness/self care plans is because they’re usually way too extreme and way too short-lived (the Master Cleanse springs to mind, along with a thousand other week or month-long programs).  True health and true change comes from a decidedly slower and less sexy but much more effective approach. I spent five months eating protein, fat, raw greens and drinking alkaline water and not drinking alcohol or eating bread, cheese, sugar, before I woke up one day and said, “Whoa I can see all the definition in my abs all of a sudden.” But it wasn’t sudden; it was five fucking months. And ironically, my goal was not to tone up, but to clear the infections I have, yet this happened as a side effect. In no way am I recommending you do something this extreme – I am healing a crazy illness, so I have to be this way, but you do not, thankfully.  What you do need to realize, however, is that this stuff takes time and anything promising to transform you overnight is about as accurate as Donald Trump’s tweets (i.e. boldfaced lies entirely founded on scamming you).  Be patient, be kind to yourself, do not give up if you drop the ball for a day or a week or even more. Get back up and just keep swimming.

“Do the next right thing.”

A very wise friend of mine (shoutout to Jackie Shea at Too Sick and Naked) told me this very simple yet very effective mantra.  The next “right” thing could be as easy as buying the fresh blueberries instead of the dried ones, or turning off the screens an hour before bed, or exiting out of Tinder because…well I don’t think I have to explain that one.

This column is about action, but small actions, and do-able actions that add up to big changes.  This is something that my very impatient, very perfectionist, and very ADD self had a terrible time adjusting to, but the result is profound. I want to teach you habits you can actually do and stick to, and things you can do for a long time or practice regularly to make yourself feel better in every way possible.  And I’m right there with you, learning and teaching as we go. When feeling good is the priority, the rest follows. Whatever your goals are, whether it’s weight loss or energy or mental health or allergies or digestion woes or thyroid/adrenal issues or anything else, if you focus on what feels good (barring illicit substances) you are guaranteed to get a result.

The other thing I want to emphasize is that “doing the next right thing” sometimes means doing something that is good for your soul and not necessarily perfectly aligned with your nutrition plan. This means you can “cheat” but not call it cheating, just call it being moderate and fair to yourself because you’re a person with a life that is hard and sometimes you want to be fucking indulgent.  Cheating is a dangerous word to use because it starts to make us feel like failures when the cheating adds up, and then we’re more likely to say screw this and quit. So banish that word from your vocabulary.     

Invest in You

I started my health journey because I literally had to save my own life, and I’m still working on it and heading closer to wellness each day. Improvement is not a straight line, and it’s full of frustrating setbacks and progress that often doesn’t feel or look like progress. And yes, I fall off the horse, I break my diet, I get mad at my circumstances and drink wine and stay up too late and all of that. However, I am generally quite focused on self-care and it has helped in ways that I didn’t even know were possible.  Here’s the thing: you don’t have to be sick to save your own life. Think of this as preventative care against all the future ailments you’d get if you didn’t take care of yourself now.  All you have to be is willing and ready to commit to yourself. Think about how much time/energy/money you spend on your apartment, car, wardrobe, entertainment, and see if you can repurpose just a fraction of these resources to you and your body. Each week I’ll be introducing new simple steps you can take towards health.

That all being said, let’s launch this column shall we? Come back next week to dive in!

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One Vagina Forever: A Recently-Engaged Guy’s Perspective on Finding “The One”

 

One Vagina Forever: A Recently-Engaged Guy’s Perspective on Finding “The One”
By Bryan Whalen

 If you’re looking to get laid, go out and get laid. This article isn’t for you. It’s for those out there, of any gender or sexual preference, looking to discover what’s colloquially referred to as “the one,” which we’ll define here as “a romantic partner with whom you share similar hopes, dreams, and values. Someone you love, who loves you, and with whom you would like to build some sort of future together.” Sound okay?

Great, let’s begin.

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There’s no such thing as “the one.” 

If you haven’t figured this out already, now’s the time. Peel back your shoulders. Lift your chin. That ugly-beautiful, smart-dull, funny-boring person staring back at you is the one you’re stuck with for the rest of your life. The one you’re searching for is the human in the mirror. So begin by getting to know yourself—intimately.

What are your likes and dislikes? What are your goals and values? Do you have goals and values? Do you even like yourself? The answer to many of these questions is probably “yes-and-no.” On Tuesday, you might wake up hungover and question every decision that’s ever led you to that cold, bare mattress with that warm, hairy stranger beside you; his limp dick like a little arrow pointed straight at your heart, his snores whispering, “Look…see…you’re disgusting…you’re pathetic.” And on Wednesday, as the sun breaks through the crack in your curtains, you might roll out of bed, check yourself out in the mirror, and say: “Fuck yeah, you sexy fuck.”

The point is, if you’re interested in finding “the one,” you should start by learning to love yourself. Which doesn’t mean stroking your ego. It means managing your self-talk, discovering your interests, and answering questions like: who am I? What do I want? And what is my purpose on this planet?

You could also try masturbating, vigorously, to thoughts and images you find appealing, taking note of your fantasies for a later date, when you get to explore said fantasies with another human being.

Also, make friends (if that’s your thing). Or take up crocheting, or ice hockey. The more aware you are of your likes and dislikes, the better you know yourself, the more you know what lines you’re willing to cross or not cross, the clearer you get on the direction you’d like to head, the more likely you are of bumping into a partner who can walk a path beside you, support you, and love you for a very, very long time.

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You already know if you’re into them or not, and if you’re not, they’re not the one.

Let’s assume you’re in a relationship and that it’s going pretty good. He likes corn chips, you like corn chips. She likes spending time with you but also gives you space. He’s handsome and funny and happy to go down on you.

Now, take a deep breath. Ask yourself:

Do I even like this person? Do I love them? If I were stranded on a deserted island and could choose only three people to accompany me, would this person be one of them?

If the answer to any of these questions is “no,” they’re not the one. David Bowie is dead (sorry to say), so you can’t bring him to your deserted island, and long-term relationships, for all intents and purposes, require someone with whom you enjoy spending ridiculous amounts of time, whom you can trust to help feed and clothe you when the going gets tough, and with whom, after many a day under the hot, hot sun, you wouldn’t mind seeing naked in all their wrinkly glory.

Likewise, if the answer is “I don’t know,” then they’re either not “the one,” or you’re not quite ready for “the one.” Think of your love as you would a deli pickle. You either like them or you don’t. You know if you’ll like them in the future. When they arrive in front of you, you don’t sit there wondering if they serve a purpose in your life. You either crunch into them with vigor, or leave them wilting on the side of your plate beside a few stray fries.

Uncertainty is a veil we often hide behind to mask a simple truth: eating something we don’t really like is better than going hungry, and being with someone we don’t really love is easier than being alone.

But remember, you don’t have to break up with your partner if they’re not “the one.” You can easily string them along for another, say, eighteen months or so. Keep your eyes open when they lean in to kiss you, so you can check out the surfy kid with the six-pack who could be “the one,” or the bleach blonde girl with the bleached white smile, who could also be the one. Hide your true feelings and true intentions. Or, if you’re up for the challenge, stop acting like a scared, selfish asshole and start communicating how you really feel.

Either way, if you’re looking to find “the one,” it’s important that you start being honest. So man up, or woman up, or transgender up, and figure your shit out. Lying to yourself and others isn’t helping anyone. 

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You already know if they’re into you or not, and if they’re not, they can go fuck themselves.

This subject is more difficult to address, because people, in general, have a pretty low regard for themselves. But here’s the truth: you deserve to be loved by the person you love, and if that person doesn’t love you, they can fuck off.

Let’s say that again, in the first person: I deserve to be loved by the person I love, and if that person doesn’t love me, they can fuck off.

You’re not unworthy of love and you’re not dumb. You’re an emotionally competent human being with a certain number of senses that can ascertain whether your partner is into you, or just toying with you until they find someone they believe better suits them. You don’t have to settle for a glorified fuck boy or a tepid philanderer. Make babies if you want to make babies. Single parents are some of the strongest people on the planet. But do not settle for someone who doesn’t love you. And you know if they love you or not.

You know that someone who won’t drive across the city to see you, or won’t sleep with you when you drive across the city, or seems embarrassed to be seen with you in public, or can’t be honest when you ask what their intentions are, is not in love with you.

You know what you want out of a relationship and you know whether or not you’re getting it. If you’re not getting it, you’re either not communicating clearly or they’re not “the one.”

Trust your instincts. If you suspect your partner is cheating on you, they’re probably cheating on you. If you suspect that they’d leave you at the drop of a hat, dump them.

Stop wasting your time chasing men or women who have one foot out the door. Confront them about it. If they balk or stutter or freak out, if you can’t get a straight answer, leave. Because you already know what’s going to happen: they’re going to leave you as soon as they find someone else. Stop being a placeholder for the person they’re looking for. Stop wasting your life.   

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If you’ve think you’ve found “the one,” go all in.

So you found her? You found him? You found it? Congratulations! I, too, am a lovesick, delusional puppy who has been through all the steps noted above, and am now committed to a lifetime with a single pair of lips, a single set of legs, and one beautiful, effervescent sex organ.

We’re new on this road together, so I’ve been asking happy, older couples, who have what I want, how they do it. What’s the trick to maintaining your relationship? Any advice? The men generally say different versions of the same thing: “Make your relationship a priority,” “Don’t take anything for granted,” or, commonly, “Happy wife, happy life.” The women are a little more nuanced. “Be honest with each other,” they tell us. “Things will get difficult, there’s a lot of ups and down, but always remain kind to one another. Don’t make each other the enemy. Be a team. Talk things out.” I’ve also overheard, “Don’t try to change him.” My personal favorite is from my fiancé’s 93-year-old grandmother:

“A spoonful of honey goes a lot further than a spoonful of lemon juice.”

All I know, based on 32 years of experience, a few serious relationships, and a whole lot of conversations, is that once you’re in, you’re in. There are no half-measures when it comes to loving “the one.” There’s no pussyfooting around the love you feel for your partner. I tell her that I love her. I tell her how important she is to me. And while I’m aware that giving up on certain things, like hopes, dreams, or my sense of self, is a mistake, I’m also aware that, aside from those things, what I have is hers, and what she has is mine. We’re a partnership. A disgustingly cheesy, belligerently happy partnership. So wish us luck, and we’ll do the same for you.

Good luck!

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The inspiring Skåne home of a photographer + interior designer

 

The inspiring Skåne home of a photographer + interior designer
By noreply@blogger.com (My Scandinavian Home)

I’ve a confession to make. I slightly over did it on Saturday night (always a sign of a good party right?!). It was worth it of course, but it does mean this morning has been ever so slightly tougher than other Monday mornings, and, well, I’m just a little behind! Never fear though, every cloud has a silver lining and that little ray of sunshine comes from the absolutely stunning home of Danielle Witte. Danielle is one of those incredibly talented people who has perfected the art of creating beautiful interiors and takes a mean picture ! Last year she paired up with local stylist Emma Persson Lagerberg to capture her fabulous home which she shares with husband Fredrik and sons Felix and Julius, just up the coast from me here in Skåne. Time to feel very inspired!

Credits: photography / home owner Daniella Witte (shared with kind permission). Styling Emma Persson Lagerberg

You know, I’m actually not sure where to start. The sitting room? The bedroom? The colours? The detail? The terrace?! The whole house is absolutely perfect! But most of all I’d like it to be warm outside so I could pay a visit and spend the day with by the pool!

How about you? Is there anything you love in particular?

A couple of items from Daniella’s home: dining areain between chair by &Tradition, sitting roombutterfly chair. Upstairs sitting roomNorth sofa (I have the same sofa in my sitting room).

You can keep up to date with all Daniella’s projects on her blog and instagram feed

Have a great start to the week!

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Hey beautiful people,Last personal post for now, I promise….

 

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Hey beautiful people,

Last personal post for now, I promise. 🙂 

As you might already know, I’m selling my own photography in the form of art prints and home accessories on @society6 and right now they are offering 20% OFF + FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING for all products, mine included. If you would like to help me out, feel free to buy an art print, a travel mug, or maybe even a pillow – good night’s sleep guaranteed! 

You might want to hurry up though – the sale ends tonight at midnight PT.

Here’s where you can find me there – http://ift.tt/2dk0wJu 

and here’s the link to this mini coffee + flowers art print – http://ift.tt/2jsWbRF

Thank you in advance!

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Today, LACMA joins over thirty Southern California museums in…

 

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Today, LACMA joins over thirty Southern California museums in offering free general admission for SoCal Museums Free-for-All. Carpool or Go Metro (visit metro.net/discounts) to check out the museum’s latest offerings and visit us online for other chances to enjoy free admission throughout the year.
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January 29, 2017 at 10:30AM
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Hello beautiful people,If you love using Pinterest (I sure do!),…

 

Hello beautiful people,If you love using Pinterest (I sure do!),…
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Hello beautiful people,

If you love using Pinterest (I sure do!), you can follow me there as well – http://ift.tt/2iwTFdD . 

I’ve always used it mostly through my personal account but since the beginning of this week things have changed. There’s already a lot going on on my page there, so stay tuned – more updates are coming all the time. Thanks for your support and happy pinning! 

Love,

Elena

January 29, 2017 at 08:22AM
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The Cozy Space on Facebook:…

 

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The Cozy Space on Facebook: http://ift.tt/1oaHXo2

The Cozy Space on Instagram: http://ift.tt/1WgRUS8

The Cozy Space on Pinterest: http://ift.tt/2iwTFdD

January 28, 2017 at 01:36PM
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