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Taking casual walks in the park are increasing going the way of the dinosaurs. This is an alarming trend considering one of the biggest problems facing American citizens is a lack of healthy time outdoors. So what could be the cause of this? Are people finding less time to go outside or are there simply less parks and public leisure areas? In any case, this trend is alarming and should be reversed.Join me, help reverse this trend, and enjoy what nature has to offer you. Yet, be sure to not forget to bring sunscreen, shades, a jacket, or whatever else you might need to stay comfortable outdoors. That is why I always carry my Guatemalan Huipil Hobo Bag when going outdoors so that I can be prepared for any weather. So grab your Guatemalan Huipil Hobo Bag, go outside, take a breath of fresh air, lie in the sun, and enjoy a leisurely walk. You will be amazed at how great you feel afterwards.
Where do all the pens go? I believe this is one of life’s greatest mysteries. Just a little over a month ago I bought another pack of 24 pens. Only two weeks later I only had two pens leftover or, at least, that I could find. Do little gremlins take them? Am I just putting them in the trash or laundry or sink and not realizing it? I understand this seems a bit weird ranting about missing pens in a blog, but it is more than that. I bring this up because I am not alone in this struggle. I kept thinking there must be better places to store most, if not all, of my pens and other little knickknacks. Luckily there is hope.
Earlier this month I tried one of our beautiful Fair Trade Hmong Wallets. These wallets are embroidered in traditional Hmong designs and are available in various colors. They are perfect for storing anything your heart desires, pens, of course, included. You will never have to worry about losing your pens again.
While my son was in college he spent half a year abroad in Hong Kong. He studied the history, diplomatic relations, and art of all of East Asia. At the end of his stay he was fortunate enough to be able to further travel inland into Southern China and eventually Southeast Asia. It was here that he learned a tremendous amount about the world and was able to fully experience other cultures. Upon his return he wanted only two things in life: to be able to continue to travel, and to learn more about art abroad. I, of course, try to support him in continuing to strive for these goals. Though he hasn’t been able to travel again yet, LifeHeartHome.com has broadened its inventory to accomplish his dream of being more fully emerged in art and handcrafted treasures from abroad. We will continue to search for items that awaken the love of art, culture, and travel in all of our customers.