Yet another week of going cold turkey on my fruit addiction. And a bit of a Messina splurge (how the heck could anyone resist C for Cookie? Legit.) B U T: - Made kale chips. Yum yum yum. After that green smoothie incident I was a little afraid, but these redeemed the program fully. -… Continue reading week four.
Chalkboard paint is potentially one of the most handy things ever. I remember the 1st season of The Block when it was used down the length of a kitchen wall as a bit of a shopping list. Absolutely loved it.I see photos like these and dream what I will do with the house that will… Continue reading getting chalky.
Mel is one of those people who gives you a refreshed view on life and all things whenever you talk to her. The greatest. She has always inspired me, with all her amazing achievements so far in life at such a young age, her creativity, and her love for people. Best pick up line that… Continue reading time with :: Melody Forghani
Almost halfway through the program. Things I learnt this week: - Green smoothies are definitely not my thing. Maybe if I blindfolded myself, pegged my nose, and loved gooey textures it would be ok. But I don't know that it is worth the bother. - Stevia is super tasty and super sweet. So thankful for… Continue reading week three.
- I have been wanting to start a book club for so long. A few friends have these lovely monthly gatherings, and I am so envious! Now that the months are cold, why not start one. Such a good excuse to regularly meet up with the besties. - Souther Salazar creates these magical, colourful watercolour… Continue reading inspiration wall :: july
No, not that kind of bootie. The better one. That one that makes any boring outfit incredible on a dreary winter day. So your feet don't get cold. My favourite footwear - always the number one choice. Another wardrobe item that I probably wear far too much. My little old black boots are looking slightly abused.… Continue reading the most desirable booties.
No joke. If I lived on earth forever I would probably dabble in most job opportunities and hobbies. And explore every country. There would be time enough to do absolutely everything I could think of. Here is just a bit of my list of the things I would do: Become a graphic designer, then an… Continue reading i want to do everything.