In the world of Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, etc etc, one can get overwhelmed with the availability of different resources. I am constantly discovering new sites, each with some bit of wisdom to share. That being said, when you find a source that is so spot on with your personal style and interests, it can be an invaluable match! If I had to choose one, my match in the digital world would probably be Remodelista. Remodelista is an amazing site which I visit for virtually every design need (defined very loosely, of course). To me, it really encapsulates all that is simple and modern and minimalistic. I have always thought that one’s environment should compliment the style and personality of the people who live in it, and this is reflected in everything that Remodelista does. I wanted to share this great video that reminds me to find beauty in even the normal and mundane and inspires me to incorporate sustainable practices when doing so.
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As a child, I distinctly remember weekly trips to the bookstore. I was always so excited to pick out a new book to explore every week. Before my days as a Nancy Drew fanatic, some of the first books I fell in love with were Shel Silverstein’s A Light in the Attic and Where the Sidewalk Ends. I read the poems over and over. The simple sketches totally won me over. I had so much fun exploring those books and really credit them with fueling a life long passion of reading. A couple of my favorite books to share with kids (or adults) today would be Marcel the Shell with Shoes On and Wildwood. Wildwood is a fairy tale adventure featuring strikingly beautiful artwork and is probably tailored to the junior high level, while Marcel the Shell, which stars an adorably witty Marcel, is appropriate for younger children. Also, check out Maxwell’s (from Apartment Therapy) list of favorite children’s books. What were your favorite books to explore as a child?