Infographics | What does your inbox look like?

You may already know about my obsession with FastCompany‘s beautiful infographics. The idea of presenting useful information beautifully just gets me every time; Like a moth to a lightbulb. It almost doesn’t even… Continue reading

Music | Brooklyn

I’m not really one of those people that is ‘up on all the latest music’. (I leave that to my professional friends like Jackie Shuman, who makes all the coolest playlists on Spotify).… Continue reading


UPDATE | This Kickstarter has been fully funded! Now we wait… One of the coolest new projects happening in NYC is the +Pool. I cannot even wait for it to open! It will… Continue reading

Project | shell collection

If your anything like me, a good portion of your beach vacation is spent wandering the shoreline looking for beautiful shells/ objects. Then, as the years go by you end up with zip… Continue reading

For Sale | beautiful angled armchairs

WHAT: blackened steel back & seat, wood frames (teak?), very sturdy/solid/heavy, beautiful angles, midcentury feel, great for indoor or protected outdoor use. No maker markings, original seller (DecorNYC) said they were made by a… Continue reading

Cute Coasters

I recently purchased this ‘coaster‘ (in black) for my desk from Uncommon on Etsy. I put coaster in parenthesis because although I use mine as a coaster on my desk, it’s actually 7″… Continue reading

Karma | Charbonize 2013, and the act of looking out for your fellow man.

In previous posts, I talked about the laptop and ipad cases that I bought from an Etsy merchant/ designer, Charbonize. Both of those cases are still awesome, even 3 years later. They have held… Continue reading

Austin Architect

I love this “Affordable Duplex” featured in Dwell’s February, 2013 issue: “For a cost-conscious 2,000-square-foot renovation located 30 minutes outside of Austin, Texas, architect Nick Deaver took a look around for inspiration. He… Continue reading

What if money was no object?…

I am very fortunate to have pursued, and (so far) succeeded in, my career of choice. However, I am a realistic person, and I always made sure to have a back up plan… Continue reading

Post-Hurricane Round Up

To say the least, it’s been a crazy couple of weeks here in NYC (and NJ, east coast , etc). With hurricane Sandy devastation, including massive flood damage, power outages, and fires… Followed… Continue reading