And just like that, 2021 is about to come to a close! During the last week of the year, many of us focus on reflecting on special moments as we prepare to create even more wonderful memories. As 2021 continued to present challenges, we focused on sharing self-care tips, inspiration, and love. Everyone here at Willow and Sage truly couldn’t be more grateful for our community. Scroll below to take a look at some of our favorite moments from the year and a sneak peek at what is to come. We wish you and your loved ones a very happy and healthy New Year!
As I write this blog post, Thanksgiving is a mere two days away. The last-minute grocery shopping, cleaning, and prepping are all underway, and we’re paving the way for a day filled with love and laughter. Family is in town, and it’s feeling a bit more normal than last year. It is the start to the holiday season and paves the way for festive gatherings and making memories. It’s a time to slow down and remember what we are thankful for and all that we are blessed with from the past year. These last couple years have been challenging, and it’s helped me be more cognizant of those around me and sharing what I can. Here are 10 practical ways to show gratitude to loved ones and strangers alike this season.
Our winter edition has arrived! This issue is packed with DIY projects for cozy season. Learn to make harvest sugar scrub, white pine body butter bars, oatmeal & orange cream goat’s milk soap, and so much more! Let’s take a look at some of our favorite recipes inside…
We’re thrilled to be partnering with our friends at Bramble Berry for what has become an annual holiday giveaway! Between now and November 16th, two lucky winners will have the chance to receive a self-care prize bundle. Find out how to enter to win below 🎁
Words: Danielle Williams
Photo Credit: Herbal Academy
At the start of the pandemic, I found myself newly pregnant for the first time and working from home, so I hunkered down with my husband and watched the world unfold from my living room. I was lucky to be able to stay home and away from germs as much as possible, sending my husband out for grocery runs when needed. Due to this isolation and being cautious once the baby was born, it has been a while since I’ve caught a cold — that is until now. Going back into the office and socializing with more people means being exposed to more germs and viruses.