Afternoon Tea β˜•

Allowing space to sit in introspection with gratitude. 😊

When I first moved into my apartment, I had a certain specific image for my home. While I was appreciating my progress, I felt like my original vision was not coming together as I planned.

One day I had to come to the place in me, that my place is perfect right now, just as it is. Once I was able to accept that, I started seeing my home come together on its on, and guess what? I’m loving it! It’s nothing I would have ever imagined for myself. I’m so grateful for following my instincts in the moment, even though it didn’t make sense at the time, but to see it all come together is so magical. πŸ’œπŸ’«

But you know what? By me being able to see this about my home, it has allowed me to see how I look at me, myself. I’m perfect already right now, just as I am. And I’m continually evolving. So learning to love and appreciate the person I am through each process of life. It’s such a beautiful place of liberty and freedom. πŸ”΅

Hope you’re having an amazing Saturday! 🌻
Love you! 🀎😘


It’s just about that time again! πŸ‚

While I love all the seasons, Autumn is my second favorite. Of course Summer is my first love – I’m a Summer baby! 😁

This year I’m even more excited to be able to incorporate more Autumn themes around the house. One thing I enjoy is not only being a plant dad, but also being able to bring seasonal elements into the home in the sense of live decor.

Can’t wait to share some of themes and visions I’m cooking up this year. 🀩

Happy Autumn prepping! 🧑🧑

Swiss Cheese Monstera

The leaves of the swiss cheese plant are large and heart-shaped and develop slits as they grow. These slits function in nature to help the plant survive gusty winds and heavy downpours in its native rain forest environment. The swiss cheese plant has aerial roots that support the growth of this plant up to 10 feet and hang from the stem.

Swiss cheese plants require full shade, and soil that is chalky, loam, clay, sand; well drained; slightly acidic, neutral, slightly alkaline. It has average water needs. Watering should be done each week or when the top 3 cm of soil has dried out. Water thoroughly until the soil is saturated and excess water is fully drained from the drain hole.

A Monstera! Smh…, listen there are two plants in particular that gets me all in a frenzy; a good frenzy too, and that is a Fiddle Leaf Fig and a Monstera. Let me tell you. So when I saw this little baby swiss cheese plant I was too through. Baaby! It hasn’t developed its slits yet, so that’s why I felt I had to have this one. I want to see it grow into the mighty Monstera it will be. So this won’t be the last time you see her. And oh, her name is Her Royal Highness!