…and it’s also where we are finding ourselves spending a lot of time these days. As we lay low at home, we are sending you and your families thoughts of love, health and peace. Right now as the world and our country battles COVID-19, we’re facing a lot of change and uncertainty. Everything has been touched by the pandemic, our lives and relationships, jobs and children. Local storefronts and restaurants are doing what they can to support our community.
We look forward to getting back to business and having our doors wide open to you once again. Orders are still being processed and if you would like to support us and make a purchase please call 705-748-9951 or email email@example.com
We have decided to start a blog where we can connect with you and share some things that are making us smile. Take things one day at a time and remember the little things really do count. Help out an elderly neighbour, surprise a frontline worker with a meal, send flowers to brighten someones day. Take the time to write a letter or start a journal.
If you haven’t already seen Fleming College’s #TogetherAtHome video please go check it out. Local musicians have put together something special for our community. This cover of The Foo Fighters “Times Like These” made my day.
If you want a little inspiration for your home office check out Canadian designer Sarah Richardson’s tips here.
“Home is where it’s at these days, and we want to help you make the most of every day…so, if working from home has got you feeling less than inspired, maybe it’s time to shake up your environment? We’ve rounded up a bevy of our best home-based desk, office and work-from-home.” Sarah Richardson. Photo below by Sarah Richardson
Casual Friday has taken on a new meaning these days. People all over the world are having fun sharing photos of themselves dressed up in their favourite Couture inspired outfits put together with things lying around the house. On Instagram check out the #HomeCouture
If you have ever wanted to visit a Frank Lloyd Wright home now is your chance. Visit this link and mark your calendars to get a virtual tour of some of his most iconic designs, including Falling Water. I’ve had the chance to see it in person and it is stunning!
Research has proven that engaging in the arts promotes wellbeing and mental health. Local artist Lee Higginson has discovered some ways to create public art at West Beach in Port Hope. Check out the full post here. How beautiful is this design she created with her sons? Photo by Lee Higginson.
If you want to check out a list of family friendly games Emily Henderson has a good selection for all ages here.
If you are not the creative type and Netflix and chill is more your vibe, you have a ton of options at your fingertips. The other night my husband and I watched the documentary miniseries The Last Dance on the Chicago Bulls and I’m excited for more episodes next week. Season three of Ozark came out recently and it was so good! Last night we had family movie night and watched The Willoughbys, we all had a good laugh.
“Meet the designers sparking our creativity with online classes, kits and ideas for you to try at home”– Elle Decoration. Below photo by surface designer Lucy Tiffney.
I thought these greeting cards by Little Kaf Cards were quite suitable for our current situation. She offers digital downloads so check out her etsy shop. Designs by Little Kaf Cards.
Make sure to check back every Sunday to see what is inspiring us. Grab a coffee, a glass of wine and maybe some of your kids’ Easter candy! No one is watching. – Holly
“Take care of the new, take care of each other, take care of yourself.” – Maria Shriver