A No Drama Hack

Heathertique Blog No Drama LLama

Please note, the blog is getting a makeover, please excuse the mess. However, the need to write surpasses my vanity for design. I am going to keep it short and sweet since it is NOT a unicorn butterfly entry.

Come on, it is easy to get over it… “Just focus on the Nugget & Heathertique and soon the hard time’s divorce will all be behind you,” – THEY SAID! Umm, okay… I have been doing that and it is getting less uncomplicated, but when will it stop IMPACTING my day-to-day living? I am emotionally detached from X, but when his words and actions impact the Nugget in a blighted manner the inner mother bear in me wants to surface.

I can take the jabs, but when it comes to my child it destroys me. Honestly, it used to emotionally paralyze me to the point where I was just, so gobsmacked all entrepreneurial and personal duties were neglected. I know I mentioned in the Rock Bottom post of how I climbed my way out, but I failed to mention how much solace I found in music.

Heathertique Blog No Drama LLama


My current anthem is a song by Kesha. I know! That girl went through hell and back and now she is stronger than ever. The Rolling Stones magazine did a great article on her liberation.  You know maybe this a unicorn butterfly post  – Kesha’s latest album is titled “Rainbow.” By far, I am not a pop star, I can totally relate and maybe sharing will help someone too. Ladies and Gentlemen without further a due, I leave you with “Praying”. We love to know your personal anthem to add to our playlist, please share in comments.

While writing this post, I came across PropShop24 “Curators of Cool” they have the coolest stuff including the No Drama Llama graphic used.

Published by Heather Sink | Founder of Heathertique

I’m Heather – woman, mom, entrepreneur, creative spirit, and salvaged goods afficionado. I started out in the fashion industry as a stylist and buyer and found myself knee-deep in the world of interior design after purchasing my first home. Armed with resourcefulness, a passion for home decor treasures, and a very tight budget, I set out on an adventure dicovering relics and re-homing them through an Etsy store, which has now grown into a multi-platform business called Heathertique. I call myself a home decor archaeologist: my team curates collections for home decor, vintage furniture and gifts. This blog will be a place for me to share some of the stories I uncover along the way, as well as design ideas for your home, inspiration from other designers, and whatever other fun stuff we want to talk about in between! Join us, and let us help define your atmosphere with character!

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