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S1E9: Dead or AliveEeEe

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On this week’s episode, Adrianna and Kelli had a blast discussing some of their favorite memories:

What is your favorite item that you have found thrifting/secondhand shopping? (hint, we fucking love chairs)

What is your favorite thrifting childhood memory? (Yes, Adrianna was trying on shoes in Goodwill and someone walked away with her own zapatos! And did not want to give them back to her)

You know you had a good time in Goodwill when you leave barefoot and confused ๐Ÿ™‚

Next question! Your BFF arrives to San Diego and begs you to take them to the best thrift store. Cough it up – which ones are the best in this huge city?

What is fast fashion?

Buckle up, buttercup! Bon Jovi’s gonna call us any minute. Tune in now, and here more about this week’s favorite small business, NRM Handmade! Shop her Etsy MEOW. Image below taken from her Etsy shop- this is the big baby pin! Adrianna rocks her keys on this gorgeous handmade art piece; hers has one of a kind turquoise BUT NRM Handmade’s site has a few left- YOU REALLY need to add this gorgeous artist to your holiday shopping list.

Find on instagram @NRMHandmade

This episode’s Creature Comforts- Adrianna provided us with CINNAMON COOKIE hand-rolled joints! This company is called Pearl Farma, and they are a family owned cannabusiness that we are thrilled to get to know! Find them on Instagram, @Pearl_Pharma

And please feel free to contact us with any questions! We love hearing from you. Our email is karmasdpodcast@gmail.com

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Homemade Easter Baskets for my Elders – #Teacher Tuesday

I have always been inspired by my grandma!

Earlier this month, we celebrated Easter Sunday in Quarantine. My Catholic grandmother has gone to church every year for Easter since she was born. 78 years or church!

I have so many excellent memories of Easter Sunday as a kid, and this inspires me for today’s TEACHER TUESDAY. I vividly remember my uncle hand-crafting a scavenger hunt on Easter throughout my grandma’s House, with notes hidden in the dryer and in the lemon tree.

Thank you to everyone that makes the holidays so special for all the kids around them! Dyeing eggs, receiving Easter eggs, eating tons of candy and peeps, my favorite, dressing in my Easter best-

Regardless of your religious views, may you find solace in the culture and love that brings community together. I love Spring! Inpsired by my grandma, I realized this is the first year she has NEVER gone to church. Quarantine and pandemic only allows for virtual church, which she partook in, but she admits it isn’t the same.

Touchee, grandma, so here is a handmade basket!

I made her felt flowers and attached them to a thrifted basket; this was a fun project from early Quarantine Days.

Thanks for finding inspiration from my greatest teachers; may your greatest takeaway be to gift-give!

Practice some chair yoga with me!