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In my store - I talk with Laura Wortlock from Once Was Lost

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”  -   Ralph Waldo Emerson Isn't it funny how you watch inspiring creatives from afar and Laura probably doesn't know this story but I went to Melbourne Trade Show and when I saw her gorgeous booth I was too nervous to introduce myself. Several months later I emailed her and she agreed for me to sell Once Was Lost items in my little store, I was beyond excited. Tactile and exquisitely  beautiful, her products are made to touch this world gently and with loads of heart. Laura recently opened a shop front in Norwood, South Australia called May Home Store.   I asked Laura my five favourite questions to learn a little more about this talented woman.     If you could describe yourself in one word what would it be? Wholehearted.   What inspires you the most? Silvery skies and rainy days.  Don't get me wrong, I love the Summer sunshine, but there's something

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