… is found again. Ever since I opened my new Letter of the Month subscription service, I’ve taken a greater interest in the “reverse” technology of letter writing. But first, a quick background. I am of the last generation of letter writers. The Internet began
…not even close. I can hold my own in the kitchen, but only if you have really low expectations. Generally, I don’t cook. I assemble. Back when I worked in corporate America, I was the queen of food assembly. I’d stop off at Whole Foods on my way home from work, pack
I shipped off my first batch of letters today for my new business, Letter of the Month. And ooooh wee! Does it feel nice. Letter of the Month is a subscription service I created on Etsy. Each month I send subscribers a letter from Paris, which includes a painted letter like this: The
Ever wonder why people go ape shit over numerology? Me, too. So I went and found out so you wouldn’t have to. You’re welcome. I found this video series on eHow that explains numerology. First you need to calculate your numbers. And for that, use the videos. She shows you h
So what does a girl get up to in the first two weeks in Paris? Not seeing the Eiffel Tower. Not the Louvre. Not the ballet. She lays a floor in her bedroom. That’s right, folks. I laid a floor. All. By. My. Self. Why? Because Christophe thought the floor was just fine as it was.
The photo above is the New Year’s resolution of my friend and designer extraordinaire Eva Rees, who is also the super sexy model in this photo: She is also the co-author of Forks & Jets, a picturesque blog about her year of traveling around the world and munching local fare