Slow Life-style, Henna, Food & Fashion
Beautiful photos, inspiring, upbeat, useful content... eye candy and recipes I've actually tried! These are the accounts I'm crushing on right now.
The Good Rug, based in Detroit, Annie travels to Morocco and Turkey to bring back wonderful rugs and textiles. She is crazy-passionate, super knowledgeable and fun to work alongside. @thegoodrugsouk has new rugs & pillows every Saturday. Plus, we are working on a cool event for spring you won't want to miss.
Social Influencer, web-designer and a super stylish woman, @iamcharlieg always catches my eye. The photos are beautiful, engaging and I'm super bummed I missed the photography workshop she just hosted - - and will be missing the Blogger Workshop. You could make it though!
For food inspiration these days I look here first: The Minimalist Baker. I've tried a dozen recipes or so, and one family I know relies on this website practically daily. Mostly vegetarian, lots of vegan-ish and very few ingredients.
Naturally, there couldn't be a 'crush' post without a henna artist. I follow very few artists and right now I'm enjoying the eye candy and the travels of artist Bridgette Bartlett. Her handle is @maplemehndi