For a while I was associating a capsule wardrobe with minimalism. And although there is a relationship there, the capsule portion never really resonated with me, but the minimal part did. I’m sure I’ve already mentioned this somewhere on this blog, but I have this kind of compulsion to always get rid of things I feel I no longer love orCONTINUE READING
Archives for April 2016
When I walk into cafes, my eyes go directly to the glass case of pastries on display, always searching for croissants or cinnamon rolls. It’s really difficult for me to choose something savory when everything that looks amazing is usually sweet. But in the end I get the best of both worlds as my husband is usually prone to pick outCONTINUE READING
I used to think cobblestone streets were only found in Europe and rows of townhouses were only dreamy in the city of Montreal. That was until I set foot in the city of Boston. Strewn with brick homes and a rich history, Boston reinvigorated my interest in the American Revolution and Paul Revere’s ride.
As you enter the lobby your eyes are immediately drawn to the grand staircase and the light coming in from the three large windows. The sound of your foot steps echo along the floor as you near the top of the steps. It’s a rather quiet wandering, as the rain and early morning has kept the visitors at bay. Without a map or guide, youCONTINUE READING