Minimalism: How to Let Go of Things

As much as I admire minimalism styling, decor and color plate, I find it extremely difficult to live a minimalist lifestyle. One essential tip to make minimizing easy and sustainable lead a minimalist lifestyle came from Design Sponge brilliant essay by Grace Bonney: Whether it’s a pair of shoes or a gently-used coffee machine, there’s…

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Few Things of Note #66

Hello Weekenders, A quick roundup of this week’s findings : Dark interiors, absolutely my thing this season. An important message to everyone. Celebrate friendship. The most important newsletter you will ever sign up for. Winter drinks you should try. Dran, the French version of Banksy will make you think. The true meaning of self-care. Be Good,

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A Spicy Paloma Cocktail

A great tequila drink presentation I saved for the right moment by Pinch Food Design. Goes like that: 1.5 oz. tequila blanco .75 oz. fresh lime juice 2 oz. fresh grapefruit juice .75 oz. simple syrup 1.5 oz. club soda 1 PINCH of spicy salt (50/50 salt + crushed red pepper) Garnish: edible flowers +…

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Trends – S/S18 Collections Through the Color Spectrum (AnOther)

Spectrum, a new book from renowned minimalist architect John Pawson celebrates the “deeds of light” of the color spectrum through a curated collection of almost-abstract photographs. The book journeys through a spectral cycle, encouraging the reader to note the minute differences in shades and hues, and to look at the stories the brain creates as a result.…

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Shopping Sale Strategy

After a long weekend of crazy sales everywhere you look, I managed to find the right words to describe the strategy behind a logic non-impulsive shopping method thanks to  Vicki Archer. These are the rules : Look at only what you know you want. Buy as if the item is full price, meaning you would be prepared to…

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Of Unusual Kind – Paper Dolls

Of Unusual Kind is an eclectic collection of paper dolls designed to inspire imaginative play and vivid make-believe. A beautifully handcrafted respite from technology, Of Unusual Kind is a celebration of paper craft, exquisite pattern, and unique, individual style. Inspired by the cherished tradition of paper dolls yet adorned with Anja Kroencke’s whimsically modern, hand-illustrated…

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When I am silent, I have thunder hidden inside.

~ Unknown

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Human Error

“Human Error” is an ongoing photography series by Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer, in which she digitally overlays an existential or lovelorn computerized error message over a scanned Polaroid, combining the nostalgia evoked by a Polaroid with the technological angst that fuels many of our modern relationships.

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Few Things of Note #65

Happy Weekend ! Rounding up this week with a great link pack: creative baby shower gift. Beads Chandelier – a very challenging DIY project. How to get your shit together in just 4 weeks. Art portrait is hanging in the same room it was painted. ‘The Essential’ –  Marilyn Monroe captured in rare photos. ‘Good Night…

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Be you. Do you. For you.

~ Unknown

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The Uncomfertable

The Uncomfortable is a collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani. Katerina’s goal is to deconstruct the invisible design language of simple everyday objects and tweak their fundamental properties in order to surprise you and make you laugh. But also to help us appreciate the complexity and depth of interactions with…

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Few Things of Note #64

Hi, Not quite the weekend, but I literally lost track of it with all the holidays… Anyway, few great links: Le Butt panties by the awesome Monday is a Basic Bitch. Loving this little Christian Dior. Dads just got a lot cooler. ultimate newborn t-shirt for dad. DIY bookmark tassels. colorful and fun. Great resources for entrepreneurs woman. Interesting facts…

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How to Raise a Feminist Son

As a mother of both a boy and a girl, this question is occupying my mind very much. Setting an example is one thing, but there are few other actions need to take as they grow up. We raise our girls to fight stereotypes and pursue their dreams, but we don’t do the same for our…

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Few Things of Note #63

Hey hey, Weekend/holiday/weekend/holiday etc., you get me, right? Great links ahead: Hillary talking about Trump, worth the read! Things you should do after sex. How to love your job. How Facebook is changing the internet. Such an important view Extention reel 001– fascinating photography by Niv Novak. are you talking to boys the way talk to…

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Look Cook – Recipes for 2

Look Cook was created for people with an appreciation for beautiful design, food, and cocktails. All of the recipes are quick, easy, and serve 1-2 people. You don’t need expensive equipment to cook and you shouldn’t have to Google your way through a recipe. The shop features curated, affordable products and the glossary covers ingredients…

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