Hello All! I thought I would share the results of a recent survey I did in my facebook group for my business, The Wittle Whale, where I sell handmade ecofriendly reusable and baby items like bibs, cloth wipes, and cloth pads.
I’ve been an avid user and promoter of this reusable menstrual item for the past three years, and have had fun making these items for the past two years. I have a facebook group for my customers, and I hosted a survey and giveaway for them so I could pick their brains on our product offerings. I thought I would share the results in case anyone was curious.
Continue reading “The Cloth Pad Survey Results”
I’ve been in a bit of a blogging lull this month. I have been so busy with work, Etsy, and being sick that I’ve had to put publishing on the back burner. One post this past month that never made it up was about my visit to Jaku, a new-ish restaurant on GR’s north east side. Allie and I went in January and I took two pictures, which didn’t even include the amazing sashimi and sushi we enjoyed.
Continue reading “Jaku + My Failure to Blog it”
I know I’m not the only one who loses their shit when we find a $1 pattern sale. So, here are the patterns I picked up!
Continue reading “January Pattern Haul”
During our afternoon out and about last week, my friend Allie and I made a quick trip to Schuler’s Books. Continue reading “Schuler’s and a Bit of Nostalgia”
I used to think that affirmations were a bunch of hooey. Something that weird hippies did to make themselves feel better and to “manifest” some mysterious good ju-ju in ether.
After a funky year full of stress, depression, and overall bad ju-ju, I’m willing to take what I can get 🙂
Continue reading “My Personal Affirmations for 2018”
Here in Michigan, we’ve been saved from the Bomb Cyclone that the East Coast has received, but that hasn’t meant we’ve been spared from the grips of winter. It has been bitterly cold, barely making it in to the teens for the past three weeks. This has meant that I haven’t gone outside much save for moving in and out of my car to work or home.
Thankfully though, my friend Allie and I decided to get together and brave the cold weather to stop in to one of our favorite Grand Rapids grocer – Horrocks Market!
Continue reading “Mid-Winter Pick Me Up”
Confession: I’m a recovering shopaholic. I have gone nuts (and racked up quite a bit of debt) going shopping in the past and I loved going on Black Friday with my friend.
This year however, my relationship to shopping and to my burden of debt has changed. Rather than buy things simply because of a good deal or I wanted it, I’ve chosen to be more strategic in my Black Friday deal shopping.
Continue reading “My Black Friday Haul”