Make it Yourself Monday: Body / Facial Scrubs

These two scrubs combined only use a total of three ingredients; oil, white sugar and brown sugar. They are so so easy to make yet actually work pretty well as exfoliaters. I remember a while back one of my friends said that she was told that you should never ever use sugar on your face. Now, years later, I decided to look into that. Using … Continue reading Make it Yourself Monday: Body / Facial Scrubs

Make it Yourself Monday: Tortillas

This week begins the first post of my new series: Make it Yourself Mondays. This means that each week I will be sharing with all of you one of the things I make from scratch. A while back when I was just starting to research these topics I’m interested in (i.e. sustainability, zero waste, chemical-free, etc.) I found that usually the easiest and cheapest way … Continue reading Make it Yourself Monday: Tortillas

How to Make Your Own Cleaning Products

For the past month I’ve been really obsessed with making my own stuff at home. While I might not always have the time I found that most cleaning products can easily be made with just a few ingredients.  During my experimenting with different recipes I found that the only one I couldn’t make myself was dish soap, the ones I tried all came out too … Continue reading How to Make Your Own Cleaning Products

Interview With Munbeibi Creator, Hannah Louise

Hannah Louise and I talk Japan, her love for stories and how anything can be sentient (even something like a used coffee cup). Munbeibi is a line of playful ceramics created by graphic designer Hannah Louise. She lives and works in both Vancouver and Sapporo, splitting her time between the two. Her work with the “Moon Babes” is based on a story of her own … Continue reading Interview With Munbeibi Creator, Hannah Louise

Interview With Edward Del Rosario

I found Edward Del Rosario’s work in an old art magazine a little while back and subsequently fell in love with his work. During our interview we talked about his post post-colonial style, some of his favorite artists and his goals for the future. Edward Del Rosario is from St. Louis, Missouri and now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He received his BFA in … Continue reading Interview With Edward Del Rosario