5 genius projects I’ve got my eye on as of late…
When planning our trip abroad, I found the resources on how to actually get to Positano, Italy a bit scarce–there isn’t a lot out there other than Trip Advisor. Positano and many of the Amalfi Coast’s towns are surrounded by mountains on one side and sea on the other, requiring a bit more research and strategery in planning your arrival route/departure route. You can’t just hop on a train and land in Positano, as Positano doesn’t have a train station! So I thought I’d share some of my research and also tips that we found helpful en route.
I love the global nod that geometric patterned floor tiles speak to. Remember our visit to Claus, Paris for breakfast back in May? I swooned over their geometric patterned floor, and then couldn’t help but notice similar installations peppered all throughout Southern Europe. How fun would it be to carry a bit of your travels into your own home? Continue reading
“The greatest thing you’ll ever learn, is to love and be loved in return. [Unforgettable]” – Nat King Cole
2 years. And oh have they flown. Happy 2nd anniversary to KenFrancois, my partner, my rock, my comic relief, and my love in this crazy life. Cheers to relishing each moment together! Continue reading
Happy Friday to you! Today I’m sharing a few tips and ideas for putting together a long distance housewarming care package. My sister, Sarah, just wrapped up her PhD in Conservation Ecology at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and accepted a post-doc position with the University of South Florida. So last week she packed everything she owned into her Toyota Rav-4, and road-tripped her way down to Tampa Bay. Talk about a big life moment! Continue reading
With a focus on natural fibers, dry textures, and simple yet refined silhouettes, Kinfolk Magazine (my new favorite read) is making their first debut into the world of apparel and home goods later this year, with Ouur. And from what I’ve seen so far, I’m really quite excited. I mean, the Peter Pan Linen dress is just beyond! Continue reading
When Ken suggested we go to a drive-in movie last Friday night, my initial thought was no short of nostalgic. What lept to mind were rows of Cadillacs, girls in poodle skirts with dainty scarves adorning their pony tails, silhouetted soda-pop bottles and buttered popcorn for days. My second thought was, ‘Do we even have one around here?’ The last time I’d heard anything about a drive-in movie theater was a few years ago when many of them seemed to be closing their doors: a by-gone chapter in America’s history it had seemed. Continue reading