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linen

  • my week in objects (mostly).

    1. this eucalyptus. {and the farmer’s market in general} 2. this little work in progress. {and always, those little hands.} 3. this tissue box cover. {because some weeks, you just need a box of…

    November 22, 2019 4 Comments
  • gift guide: gifts to hone skills.

    Knitting Skills: A new knitting pattern +/or the yarn to complete it. Knife Skills: A new cutting board (plus phone holder) +/or a new knife for practicing. Cocktail Skills: A handy guide to strong drinks +/or a whiskey…

    December 3, 2018 9 Comments
  • make-believe: nature walk.

    The ultimate daydream: A sunshine-y forest walk in May even though we’re stuck smack in the middle of February. I can’t wait for sandals and buckets and days when the earth lets out its…

    February 14, 2018 4 Comments
  • my week in objects (mostly).

    five little things that made my week.  1. this cookie. {and all the others.} 2. these empty shelves. {no, pardon me. these empty bunk beds.} 3. these hand-me-downs. {worn more than eighteen months by…

    November 17, 2017 28 Comments
  • baby proof: blackout curtains.

    My philosophy on baby gear mostly follows the simple guideline of “wait and see.” That all babies need all of the things is a fallacy manufactured by the people trying to sell babies (or their…

    August 17, 2016 35 Comments
  • on bed sheets.

    Getting a new bed in a new size, meant needing to make a whole bunch of decisions at once about new sheets. Oof.  Turns out it’s not as simple as saying, “I’ll take the cotton…

    April 28, 2016 44 Comments
  • a signature collection with elizabeth suzann.

    This post is sponsored by Elizabeth Suzann, a women’s clothing label based in Nashville, Tennessee.One of the greatest privileges of my work in this space is to introduce readers to people doing inspiring work. This spring, clothing label Elizabeth…

    April 5, 2016 65 Comments
  • habit shift: cloth napkins.

    I grew up in a house where we used cloth napkins for most meals, so I’ll admit off the bat that embracing cloth napkins wasn’t really a shift for me. Still, I know it’s…

    January 28, 2016 87 Comments