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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF SUGARHOUSEWORKSHOP
77.5% of sugarhouseworkshop's followers are female and 22.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.50%. The average number of likes per post is 1364 and the average number of comments is 23.
Sugarhouseworkshop loves posting about Moms, Design, Illustrator.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR SUGARHOUSEWORKSHOP
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF SUGARHOUSEWORKSHOP
- Art & Design 85.36 %
- Children & Family 76.40 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 62.04 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 57.18 %
- Fitness & Yoga 43.91 %
- Travel & Tourism 43.76 %
- Home & Garden 42.84 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 39.75 %
- Entertainment 39.71 %
- Photography 38.39 %
- Beauty & Fashion 36.14 %
- Music 35.99 %
- Business & Careers 35.59 %
in the newest issue of @taprootmag (number 41, EXTEND), you’ll find three new recipes for sourdough cakes leavened with wild yeast and a little extra time. they’re all rather tasty I think, but this sourdough pumpkin coffee cake is a particularly nice thing to look forward to while it rises on the counter and the leaves twirl outside 🍂✨
make do and mend, and a chair that’s fit to sit in again
garden grown and sourdough raised 🍂had to try @growingwildthings pumpkin bread and it is delightful
dipping leaves, with a little natural beeswax sparkle 💫
I know we’ve seen apple pie in this kitchen window before, but have we seen all the sweeties squeezing in for a whiff while it’s still bubbling? 🍎 beeeeautiful apple branch decoration by @danceypantsdisco, and find my apple pie recipe on my site in the Pie Together archive 🌟
october came quick and so will four for this halloween sonflower of mine 🌻 couldn’t tell you where the time has gone but here we are so here I am, ready for it all
coffee with the little tinies, who aren’t so little and tiny anymore 🐓
michaelmas daisies 🌟 we celebrated dragon day with stories told to children dressed as knights and watercolor painted crowns to wear while we tested our courage and strength with a field day (egg relay and potato sack races too!) and sourdough dragon bread to share together with soup when we were all tired out. michaelmas always feels like the beginning of festival and birthday season for us, and I am so here for it 🌟
every morning hoping if it rains it will be soft, if the wind comes it will be gentle 🍂🍂🍂
dinner pie, right on time 💫
In spring I remembered I’m the moon, and I took my dark days and held them close. In those shadows I built strength to peek over the mountain again, a sliver of myself but growing. The warming sun pulled me out like salt does water, a thousand tiny miracles counted to keep me going, a tide returning to shore and rushing back again. In summer I remembered I’m a tree. Most days I went swimming in the river, each icy dip in the mountain water a reminder that I needn’t stay parched, waiting, making do. Surrounded by silver birch and hemlock I grew roots, digging and reaching, tumbling and tangling until I had no choice but to feel strong. I grew a garden and every thing I watched flourish, tended and untended, was a wish I’d made to find my way home. And when I didn’t swim anymore because the water was too cold and the pumpkins instead were warm and full and round and we gathered up the flowers to keep them from the hard frost, then I remembered I could rest. In the shelter of autumn’s mercy, I am quiet in my knowing I am made from starstuff and saltwater and sap, that my roots are deep enough to nourish me and hold me steady, that I am always and ever homeward and home-coming.
nine months old today✨ dishing out the big smiles for his big brothers, always
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