21. weekend to-do's


  1. open my heart. yoga instructor jenn falk and herbalist steph zabel are joining forces to lead saturday's heart openers: poses & plants workshop at third life studio in union square. this 2-hour workshop will combine jenn's yin-hatha yoga practice with a lesson in steph's favorite herbs for heart health.
  2. get a spring preview. the margaret c. ferguson greenhouses at the wellesley college botanic garden offer a vast and diverse collection of plant life with origins ranging from the deserts of africa to the rainforests of brazil. it's free and open to the public year-round.
  3. bake up something savory. babycakes founder, erin mckenna has just released her third cookbook bread & butter. true to it's title, this one is full of vegan and gluten free versions of rolls, croissants, pizza dough and much more. there is even a recipe for homemade vegan butter!
  4. stock up on natural beauty essentials at follian. their gorgeous south end location is stocked with all of my favorite healthy cosmetics, including must-haves from rms, vapour and herbivore botanicals.


  1. take a mini weekend trip. get a hotel room, sit by the fire and enjoy the company of my favorite guy. to make things even more cozy, this blanket from sackcloth & ashes is the perfect thing to throw in my weekend bag. not only is it a beautiful piece, there's a beautiful mission behind it. for every blanket purchased, the company provides a blanket to a local homeless shelter in need.
  2. vintage roaming. can't wait to check out the furnishings, art, clothing & jewelry at crompton collective. i'm in the market for some artwork for my bedroom and always love a good vintage clothing find!
  3. spring into spring. the worcester art museum is celebrating the arrival of the spring season with a cherry blossom festival featuring japanese themed music, performances, and art-making sessions. in addition to the festival, their current exhibits include an intricate screen from the edo period (1615-1868) and the prints + paintings of 19th century artist tsukioka yoshitoshi.

mini ohkubo shears by korin
bud vase by clementine porcelain

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