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High Vibrational Living for Health, Healing, & Creative Focus + Maple Broccolini Salad with Wasabi Cashew Cream Recipe

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Hi lovely creatives! I’m so honored to be part of Local Milk’s community! My name is Christina Soeberg. I’m the founder of the blog Thyme & Emerald, and I aim to inspire others to explore high vibrational living. I shed light on the art of detoxification and how we can empower ourselves to transform our health for the better. I’m based in Copenhagen with my daughter Hope.

Today I’m sharing my story of how I went from a fast-paced lifestyle as a fashion designer to being bedridden for years and how adopting a holistic approach to my health transformed me both physically and emotionally.


Slow Travel Guide | 9 Sunny Stops in Mexico’s Yucatán

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Hi! I’m Sophia van den Hoek, also known as Unfolded. I was born and raised in the Netherlands and am currently residing in Rotterdam. I photograph restaurants, chefs, hotels, beautiful places, and get to work for magazines such as Milk decoration, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and Suitcase. Besides photography, I also develop concepts based on food and design under the name of Studio Unfolded. So, I’m always on the lookout for new exciting places, concepts, flavors & designs. Today I’m sharing my favorite sunny slow travel stops in Mexico’s Yucatán region.


The Alchemy of Making Paint From Dirt & Sand

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Hello, my name is Stella Maria Baer, and I am a painter and photographer. I grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I live in Colorado with my husband Seth, our boys Wyeth and Whitman, and our sheepdog. In my work, I explore the mythology of the desert and the cosmology of space. In my paintings, I work in watercolor and oil. In my photographs, I look at the relationship between how we see women’s bodies and how we treat our land. Six years ago, I started asking more questions about where the paint I use comes from, how it’s made, and what it is made from. These questions led me to start making paint from dirt and sand – to create work not just inspired by a landscape but made from the land itself.


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