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Thursday
Sep272012

Macau trực tuyến Baccaratune citation 

"There will always be glamourous women who declare that they do nothing special to maintain their trim,
attractive bodies; a zest for living is what keeps you young, they proclaim. I do not envy them;
I just don't believe a word they say."

-Luciana Avedon

Wednesday
Sep262012

Macau trực tuyến Baccaratolivia bee for hermès

I find the dreamy, alternate reality of 18-year-old film photographer Olivia Bee quite compelling. Her recent collaboration with Hermès is beyond beautiful - she sure does have an amazing eye. Would it surprise you to know that she's a beloved member of the Rookie Mag crew? Ms. Olivia has convinced me that my next big purchase will be a gorgeous film camera and lots of expired film... Something like this would work quite nicely :)   

Wednesday
Sep262012

work calmly, joyously, recklessly

Henry Miller's work commandments are helping me stay on task today. And almost want to make me write my own work commandments in my little agenda (which might read something like... "Work first and always. Twitter comes afterwards"). Care to share any tips that help you stay on task?     

Monday
Sep242012

on this day in history...

1896:
Frances Scott Key Fitzgerald
was born in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Monday
Sep242012

a confession

Confession: I find the idea of attending a school for the domestic arts hopelessly romantic. Not because I really want to be a maid, but because I like to know the correct way to clean things. By correct, I mean the “old-fashioned” method my great-grandmother would have used. It’s one of my strangest guilty pleasures. I’ve only told my closest friends this for fear of being judged, but few things bring me more joy than fancy laundry detergent…! I devour books like Home Comforts by Cheryl Mendelson the way that others might devour 50 Shades of Grey

Knowing this, you can imagine how thrilled I was to rediscover this old Domino article. Covering an instutituion like the Starkey International Institute for Household Management is sort of my dream project. Dropping in on bed-making 101 held in “chintz-happy guest suites”? Yes, please.

Cynthia Cling, the adventuress behind the article, mentions how one class period was spent discussing various standards of “freshly-cleaned”. To some, freshly-cleaned means vacuum marks on the carpet. To others, it means the faint tinge of lemon wafting through the air.

To me, it means a bed made up with new linens and a yummy Jo Malone candle burning on the bedside table. Indulge me: what does “freshly-cleaned” mean to you?