Seems like there are two types of people during the holidays: those who absolutely LIVE for this time of year. They have a billion traditions, endless cheer, all YAY CELEBRATE every day until The! Big! Day! Then, there are the rest, stressed out, sick, spread too thin, pressured maintain a base level of joy to… Read more »
Wednesday & Thursday were spent wandering around the historic Gastown neighborhood, here’s my highlights from the day. + Breakfast & coffee at Nelson the Seagull in Gastown. Open kitchen, bright white interiors, succulents, and rustic reclaimed furniture. (Not pictured: grapefruit halves, drizzled with honey and garnished with almond slivers and mint leaves). + The Inventory… Read more »
One of my blog heros is using her site to put on a truly epic fundraiser for the Gulf Disaster. There’s an incredible amount of talent involved, and 100% proceeds go towards the cleaning up the spill. How can you not want to invest in something handmade when it’s for a massive cause like this?… Read more »
This is so interesting, I had no idea what difference can be made in such an easy way. Check the 30/50 Project to learn more, lend support, or add your business to their registry. Via Mustard & Sage.
One of the best vintage shops there is, Three Potato Four has new items today, friends! Get ’em while you can and try not to die from the cuteness.