We've been sitting out west for months in hot weather, pitying our snow-covered neighbors to the east as we bask in the sun. Out here we desperately need the rain and we envy the ability to rock ultra-cozy cold layers, so, hello, storms! You've come at last and instead of rejecting you, we're embracing the chance to hunker down, catch up on some work and, best of all, indulge in my favorite cozy comforts.
In celebration of Valentine's Day, we found ourselves seeing - and pinning - everything through rose-colored glasses this week. Well, to be precise, rosegold-colored glasses, and our favorite pins included pinks and coppers that lent romance and elegance to everything they touched.
We're in a kick back sort of mood now that we're on vacation. In the spirit of late summer strolls, languid afternoons, and everything else that is summer in Europe, here are a few perfectly lazy pins:
My best friend is about to marry a drummer for an up-and-coming SF-based indie band, Geographer. We joke that she finally gets to live out our angst-y teenage daydream of being band aids, attending shows, and tossing about cheesy phrases like, "I'm with the band."
It happens - you get travel-itis - it's like senioritis in travel form and when it hits, it hits bad. If you're like us, then traveling and everything that comes with it gets you going. Speaking of going, here are the things we want to take with on our next trip:
It's been a weird week around these parts -- scorchingly dry then heavy and humid -- and that was just the weather. After the crazy weather and crazy work schedule we've had, we just want something (or these five things) to cool down.
Madre Chocolate is but one year old yet they've made an impact in that short time, and, with good measure, as they're the only bean-to-bar artisanal chocolate shop in the state of Hawaii. They couldn't be more uniquely located because Hawaii is the only one of the 50 states where cacao is current...
With the days bringing us so close to spring, I can't help but let my thoughts wander to brighter, sunnier things to come. My upcoming trip to attend the South Beach Food & Wine Festival in Miami Beach is the perfect excuse to indulge in a little wishful thinking. The resort city has a retro-...