Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

[video] David Hockney on living in the now (SO inspiring) These images [video] *sigh* I wish I could draw like this “Pausing for Peace” wisdom from Rachel Cole The best book covers of 2014 Obvious, but I need the reminder Hipster business name generator – so funny [video] Inside Minka Sicklinger’s closet Happy weekend! xo

Happy Holidays/What Christmas Is About

Happy Holidays/What Christmas Is About

The opening scene of Love Actually is footage of reunions between loved ones – mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, girlfriends and boyfriends, old friends – at the arrivals gate in the Heathrow Airport.  A young girl in bifocals squeezes her face against her mother’s shoulder, and the narrator says that whenever he gets gloomy … Continue reading

Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

33 thoughts on reading Bing Wright’s photographs of sunsets as reflected in broken mirrors Photographing every street in London This video is pure joy Lisa Congdon’s art studio Erin Wasson‘s home… I mean, I could live in it How to live the perfect life in 3 easy steps I love, love, love the Inside Out Project, … Continue reading

What Real Miracles Are

What Real Miracles Are

One of my favorite writers, Esme Wang, was recently talking about something I think we can all relate to.  She was having a good day at first, but later in the afternoon, she was going down. Wang wrote that she hung a particular painting by her bed to remind herself of the better part of … Continue reading

Something For the Weekend

Something For the Weekend

Seneca argues for “living wide rather than living long” [song] I could listen to “Nuvole Bianche” by Ludovico Einaudi a trillion times Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor’s stroke of insight “I’m trying to explain the sadness people usually don’t talk about” | Obed Puerta’s art and Instagram [video] Swimming with icebergs 7 steps to a Bill … Continue reading

The Little Things Are Significant

The Little Things Are Significant

The little things are significant.  And one of the best reminders of this came to me in Spain.  In my Barcelona, with unsavory smells and vespas sputtering in roundabouts.  Where women walked up and down the beach shouting prices for back massages in earshot of sunbathers.  Where, one hot day, I put on a white … Continue reading

All I See Are Changes

All I See Are Changes

Like afternoon changes to evening, sometimes when things change, you can’t put your finger on when they changed.  Things stay the same, day after day, but then you look back, and everything is different.  A lot of things in my life have changed lately.  But unlike how summer left San Diego and closed the door … Continue reading