Spring in Oregon tends to be very rainy, and it’s often the soaking kind that leaves you running for cover. Lo’s breakdown of ethical rain jackets is perfect if you’re on the hunt for a dry layer for the upcoming season.
The sleeve trend. What do you think? Bell sleeves, big sleeves, they’re kind of sexy, don’t you think? Lately I’ve been wearing an old oxford of my husband’s and I kind of love how baggy the sleeves are.
Last week I shared Chloe’s zero-waste journey, and after I mentioned Bee’s Wrap, a few of you shared how you’ve DIY’d your own! It seems crazy-easy, and I can’t wait to give it a try! DIY 1, DIY 2 Let me know if you give it a shot.
I really want to read Erin Loechner’s book Chasing Slow. I haven’t been a regular reader of her blog but, when I do visit, her writing always strikes a chord with me. The premise is beautifully discussed in Stacy’s review.
How quick are you to chase the latest and greatest in new technology? And do you consider any trade-offs before you move on to the next big thing? Perhaps an Amish approach is in order.
The genius folks at Apartment Therapy have an impressive compilation of cheap living room DIY’s that makes me wish I was a thousand times craftier (and more patient) than I am. The leather woven bench might just take the cake.