Happy Friday, y’all! Today is day five in our new place. We’re still surrounded by boxes and have plenty of “where are we going to put it” challenges ahead of us, but it’ll all be worth it once we’re good and settled.
The cats are acclimated at their own pace. Stanley won’t come out from under the bed sheets, Timmy howls a chorus every evening, and Clio—after sampling the fresh outdoors from the patio—is hell-bent on divorcing us for the freedom and adventures waiting beyond the french doors. I’m not going to lie, I’m feeling a little hurt.
Here’s this week’s, somewhat short, rewind of interesting Internet reads.
After a string of lame jobs in my teens and twenties – from selling newspapers door-to-door to folding jeans at Old Navy – I definitely know now that I have a good job.
Happy to see a steady trend in fashionable wearables. Next up, a way to have variety in wearables since few women care to wear the same bracelet or necklace day in and day out.
Oh, look at that, someone’s on the case with a tracker you can wear as a clip, bracelet, watch or necklace.
I’m a sucker for “then and now” photo series, including this Tumblr of New York’s East Village. It’s amazing what a rags to riches neighborhood it’s become. The summer I stayed there, you could spot Matthew Broderick or Robert DeNiro walking the neighborhood on any given day.
Even theme parks need a little sprucing up over time, but not as much as you might think.
Places for stuff
It can be challenging figuring out where to put your stuff in a new place; thankfully there are plenty other people out there with the same problem sharing solutions.
While I’ve been unpacking this week, I can’t stop thinking how to create a killer craft room on the cheap.