There’s a link to a barebones floor plan right here. And there’s one all filled in with all of our belongings, right here. Always in flux!
What’d I forget?September 15, 2015
Shoot me a note.
How do you marry minimalism with sponsorship?September 15, 2015
Right this way.
What shampoo do you use?September 15, 2015
I switched to Plaine Products shampoo and conditioner at the beginning of 2018. The products come in reusable aluminum bottles that you send back to the company for reuse! (For more Bath & Body recommendations, you can see a few more favorites here.)
Where did you get your…blanket?September 15, 2015
The everyday blanket on our bed is from Brahms Mount. It’s lovely and cozy and wonderful. Our apartment is very warm so it’s all we need in the winter, but if your apartment is not very warm, you might also want a feather duvet or somesuch! When we need an extra layer, we add this indigo beauty from Block Shop!
…couch?September 15, 2015
We bought our little loveseat especially for our first tiny Brooklyn apartment where it squeezed perfectly in between the window and the wall! It was West Elm’s Elton Settee. Then we sold that and opted for a cot instead! Yes, it was comfy! (Like a hammock!). Most recently, we folded up the cot to make room for a twin bed in the bedroom. These days we use a many- times-handed-down wool-stuffed upholstered bench/loveseat as our couch. It’s currently getting slipcovered. More soon!
…tea cups?September 15, 2015
We bought our white tea cups several years ago from Brook Farm General Store! They’re sadly no longer in stock! (Same goes for our plates and bowls, etc.!) Our yellow mugs are tankards from Bennington Potters in Vermont.
What camera do you use?September 15, 2015
I use a Canon 7D, which has since been taken out of production. This camera is similar. I shoot with this lens most of the time, but I sometimes swap it out for this little guy, which I think is a really good lens to try if you’re just starting out!
Nota bene:September 15, 2015
Share an opinion about child-rearing, breastfeeding, housecleaning, deity worshipping, or shoe shopping, and you’re bound to be accused of judging someone else’s choice. Especially if you’re a woman. Especially if you write about your choices for a living. When I write about my choices, I’m writing about my choices. Not your choices. That’s a lot of choices, but I hope my point is clear. When it comes to this sort of thing generally, I’m embracing the motto of the ever-wise Amy Poehler and repeating, “Good for you, not for me.” I hope this does the trick for you, too.
Did you vaccinate your child?September 15, 2015