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To Nourish // Health Reboot
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been feeling off lately. It could be the cooler weather, shorter days, end of summer, or nearing of the end of the year, but I’ve been feeling tired, energetically low, and just a bit down. Part of this can be attributed to my lack of journaling and meditating on a daily basis. Part of it could be due to my lack of drinking enough water. Regardless, I felt it was time for a fall health reboot. Below are 5 of the items I am in the process of taking to reboot my well being so that I head into winter with a healthy mindset and strong body.
To Strive // Pop-Ups 101
To Illuminate // Artist Spotlight
In this month’s artisan spotlight, we are highlighting Vietnamese paper kirigami and quilling artist Phuong Thi, who I met in Ho Chi Minh City last year. Phuong grew up in Ho Chi Minh City, where she learned the meticulous art of creating intricate shapes from trimmed strips of paper at a young age. She loved the detail oriented process of creating the cards as well as seeing the delight on customers’ faces when they open her magical creations. Though she has humble roots, hailing from a long line of traditional Vietnamese farmers, Phuong knew at a young age that artistic pursuits were her calling.
Do you know how INA + ILIA was started?
We’re a team of two sisters working 1:1 with female crafts(wo)men to source and produce high-quality, organic goods that are one of a kind. We inspect each piece individually before it is shipped directly to you. Sounds simple, but ...
How it's made matters
All our products are made ethically, ensuring they follow fair trade practices and the Global Organic Textile Standard. We place particular emphasis on supporting small businesses owned and operated by women to help sustain their livelihoods and keep their traditional crafts alive.