UPDATE: This post originally ran on June 30th 2012, but since we’re rained in today it seemed appropriate to share it again :). If you’re on the east coast, hope you’re staying safe and dry! Read more »
It’s apple season, everyone! Apple picking is such a fun fall activity, but what in the world are you going to make with all those apples you just picked? Apple pie, apple fritters, applesauce… what else? Apple chips! Read more »
Halloween is just a couple of days away, and if you still haven’t gotten around to decorating or need some last minute finishing touches, I have the perfect idea for you! Read more »
UPDATE: This post originally ran on October 5th but as the winter nights are drawing close we thought we’d bring it back for some inspiration.
Dressing up and hanging with your girlfriends is fun. Whenever there’s a girly hang out time planned you’ll always find that the question ‘what are you wearing?’ is thrown into the sky. Read more »
I don’t know what it is, but there’s something about birch bark that I am completely and utterly obsessed with. I’ve always been a sucker for all things chipped, peeled, and wooden — and the fact that it’s white might just be the icing on the cake. Read more »
UPDATE: This post originally ran on September 5th 2012 but there are so many uses for homemade chalkboard paint, we wanted to share it again!
I have been wanting to get some chalkboard paint for quite some time now, and experiment with different ways of using it. There are so many fun things you can do with it! Read more »
I always get fueled around people that have imagination, where possibility is endless, where the sky’s the limit and dreams get spoken about. Dreaming and imagining are beautiful things. They make colors in the world and bring people to life. “She’s a dreamer, completely out of touch with reality” is one of my favorite quotes from Sofia Coppola’s Virgin Suicides. Read more »
I’ve been thinking so much about travelling lately. What excites me most is that travel can happen on a large or small scale. The photo above is from a trip I took to Paris. I was there for only 24 hours and I’ve wanted to go back ever since. It’s not always easy to take the big trips we dream of, but that doesn’t mean we can’t explore something new anyway. Think about the tiny town nearby you’ve always wanted to visit, or the landmark you’ve never seen. Or think big and book a flight to a place you’ve had in your mind forever. This Saturday, plan your next trip. Whether it’s happening in a week, a month, or even longer, you’ll have something exciting to look forward to. Where will you go?