Category Archives: design

Wanderlust Paper Co.

In a season of confinement that never seems to end, I find myself drawn to connection more than ever, seeking out friends for bits of commiseration and support. An upside to connections via snail mail is the joy of selecting the perfect paper goods to express yourself. Recently, I discovered Wanderlust Paper Co. (instagram @wanderlustpaperco) […]

Artistic Sourdough Bread by Linda Ring

One of the things missing in my life circa Covid-19 — actually, since moving back to the US — is accessible good bread. Although I have no plans to adopt a sourdough starter of my own to be on trend during lockdown, I am completely besotted with the artistic loaves created by Swedish photographer/stylist Linda […]

Oh, The Places (We Hope To) Go: Here

Let’s face it: nobody’s going anywhere at the moment, unless it’s a riveting (and necessary) trip to the grocery store. Which means if you’re a person who likes to travel, you’re trawling social media more than you should for glimpses of what life could be like again. Someday. (Guilty.) I’m compiling lists of places to […]

5 Simple Joys: Seattle

I’ve always been a fan of the weekend trip: sufficient time to visit favorite spots, but not lingering to the point that you feel you’ve seen everything and wish that you’d booked an earlier return flight. (My motto: Always Leave Them Wanting More.) And so, after years away (we last visited in 2011), I found […]

5 Simple Joys: Calendars and Planners 2020

1. Moontree Letterpress Leaf Identification Flat Calendar this is the calendar I wait for every year. Artist and designer Rebecca Kutys has an admiral gift for translating our botanical world into simple, charming illustrations. As part of my family room pinboard, it’s a handy, calming resource. (And word to the wise: it regularly sells out.) […]