Congratulations to @barerestaurant who got their first @michelinguide star ⭐ today. So happy for you guys!! 👊🏼🥳 You deserve it! | Bare restaurant was the first restaurant that I've supplied with hand carved wooden utensils. 🍽 Good folks to work with! 👍🏼
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<< C’è chi sogna di incontrare gli extraterrestri e non ha mai avuto un cane o un gatto e non sa che cosa ha perso, di quanto affetto e intelligenza sono capaci. Non conoscere e non amare gli animali è una grave perdita per la nostra stessa vita e felicità >>. 🐈🐾 (Margherita Hack)
🔸 Are you a business owner? Personal brand or influencer? Do you sell products or provide a service? 🔸
Then my latest blog about the importance of imagery might be worth reading - link is in the bio! 👆🏼
Features some of the companies I’ve had the pleasure of working with, examples of brand images and how you can implement them, and comments from industry experts including @tarapunterpr
Would LOVE to hear your thoughts!
Small town America.
Where the cafe owner does all her cooking and baking herself.
Where the daily specials include beans, cole slaw, and cornbread or chicken and dumplings and cornbread salad.
Where the diner at the next table asks where you’re from and tells you where he went to high school...
and the owner offers to share her recipe and tells you to call ahead next time so she can make your favorite pie.
Small town America. Yes, please.
Thank you for reminding me.
I grew up in a small town. Who else is out there who gets this post?
Our kickin up dust tees 🙌🏻
Made from super soft organic cotton blend and in sizes to fit everyone. Comfortable and breathable, the ultimate basic for every season. Also remember we are donating $1 from each item straight to @droughtrunnersqld a awesome charity doing great things for our state in need. Link in bio
Stopped by Brazos de Dios Homestead Heritage in Waco, TX on the way back after the Mother Earth News Fair. This overlooks their farm land, which is adjacent to the Brazos River. In the distance you can see their hoop top chicken coop tractors. The chickens are moved across the fields which not only provides fresh forage for the chickens but also fertilizes the land for future crops. #homesteading
This sweetfern doesn’t look like much right now but it’s warm spicy smell is drifting all over our hill, promising spring. It’s also an unseasonable 37(F) so I got to crunch around in the snow without a jacket! But now I need to learn how to make an oil or perfume out of this because it just smells so good...
Hi, this is @kokkolis_petros taking over @the_provinces profile. The following days I will be sharing with you pictures from my “Sundays” series. Starting in the city of Sparta in Peloponese, I photographed matches of the lower division of the local league, in villages where the number of inhabitants, the existence of a field and a certain financial contribution made possible the existence of a football team. I became a loyal fan of local football fields and a spectator of a peculiar league, devoid of financial interests, big ambitions and 'stars'
Valentine’s greetings from Estelle the sheep and Carina Berg, our barn cat.
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Last basket of tomatoes from the garden. Everything else is as good as dead with the drought in full swing! The garden gates will now be open for the chickens to free range and hopefully turn over a few things before autumn begins.
Happy Valen-tax Day! We celebrated this morning with coffee and taxes. Super romantic, right?
Our dynamic as a couple has changed drastically this year. With me quitting my job and no longer receiving that bi-weekly paycheck from “the man”, we’ve had to make a lot of changes.
It’s not like we’re starving or living without our needs, but you bet your booty I think twice, three times, or even more about each personal purchase I make. This year I also started three small businesses. Never before in my life have I had to create a P&L, and this year I did three.
Working close with Josh on these businesses has brought out both the best and the worst in us. You see, we’re both two very different people. I’m pretty unorganized and often fly by the seat of my pants. I’m a free spirit and hate spending time on mundane things, like taxes. I like to multi-task and often sign up for more than I can handle. (a 7 on the enneagram)
Josh is thorough and on top of things. He sets a due date for himself and has it done three days prior, at least. He’s focused, efficient, and doesn’t mind taking time learning how things work. He also gets frustrated with me when I procrastinate and make willie-nillie decisions. (an 8 on the enneagram)
Learning about each other’s tendencies has really helped us understand and work together more efficiently. I know he needs to be punctual and organized to feel comfortable. He knows I thrive on positive encouragement and not being told what to do.
We disagree sometimes, okay, a lot of times… but we always come to a common ground somehow and agree to tackle things with each other’s interests in mind. I’m glad we’re not the same, because Lord knows I wouldn’t be able to run a business without his support.
We hope you’re enjoying V-day with your loved ones! What’s you and your spouses enneagram number?
There are lots of tests out there to find your enneagram number. I put link in my bio to the one we took!
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A flood day is like a snow day but a lot less fun.