DJ, Art Director, Photographer, and Floral/Space Designer, Hannah Faith, has given a new meaning to expression as a form of self-love and it just so happens to enlighten all the senses.
Read along as she talks with us about the women who inspire her, self-care, and on leading an intentional life in a world of burnout.
Our shop muse, Georgia O'Keeffe epitomized our ethos of self-care for strength and creativity. How important is self-care for supporting your creativity?
"Every morning I like to take 20 minutes to meditate, then I take a mindful shower and set my intentions for the day. How I start my morning creates a ripple effect for how the rest of the day will turn out for myself. Overall I am very grateful for life."
Can you speak to the importance of living intentionally and share with us your daily rituals?
There is nothing worse than going through a complete burnout, it strips away the joy of why you began what you loved in the first place. I feel it’s so important to be present and aware of your physical and mental wellness, we can tend to slip into a state of overworking ourselves without tending to the finer details our bodies need.
A lot of the time when I feel this way I take time to meditate, read a book, listen to my favourite artists, light some candles to make my home smell good, take a stroll in nature, eat a healthy meal, smile at another person on the street, and take time to remind myself of who I am and reaffirm myself to work smoothly for a lifetime of peace.
What women inspire strength, creativity, and intentional living to you and why?
Mothers. Stella Simona, Alex Elle, Taja Janel - to name a few. These women are extraordinary mothers - owning their divine creativity and embodying a life of simplicity, family and wellness and I’m ever grateful for women like themselves.