Words: Christen Hammons
Photo Credit: Willow and Sage Spring 2019
I don’t know about you, but after the harsh winter months my skin is extra dry. After running out of lotion following endless applications, I looked online to see if there was anything I could make at home to help moisturize my skin. I found countless articles about lotion bars, and my attention was immediately piqued. They looked so easy to make and customize, and I already had everything I needed in my pantry.
Words: Johanna Love
Photo Credit: The Candle Issue
Some places in the world wear their seasonal hearts on their sleeves, with the weather shifts being apparent and dramatic. Other places with more temperate climates have very subtle seasonal changes, apparent not in the skies but in the small corners of the garden. Either way, it is usually up to us, not Mother Nature, to shepherd those changes into the great indoors. Something as simple as wrapping your local flora to a plain pillar candle is a quick, easy and interchangeable way to welcome the current local season into your home.
Words: Danielle Williams
Photo Credit: Kayla Haupt, Willow and Sage, Autumn 2018
When spring arrives and the days extend, it’s the perfect time to organize your living space and refocus priorities. There’s the closets to go through and donate unwanted items to the local thrift store, or the bathroom products that need to be straightened out and purged.