Summer Storms

Ever since I was a child, I’ve had a love/hate relationship with thunderstorms. After a particularly traumatizing experience at a young age, involving a terrible storm and a tornado warning, I would get anxious when I saw the dark clouds rolling in and the wind whipping the trees. I loved the movie Twister (I can’t even … More Summer Storms

Happy Fourth!

I’ll be spending the 4th at work (time and a half pay!) but daydreaming about swimming in a pool with a margarita, hot dogs and hamburgers, pasta salad and patriotic desserts. Hope everyone has a wonderful day celebrating our country! I love these photos of two of the best firework shows I’ve ever seen. The … More Happy Fourth!

Fitness Friday

For quite some time, I’ve been intrigued by the idea of competing in a triathlon. Don’t get me wrong, I am not crazy enough to think I could ever complete an Iron Man; I have always been in awe of the people who have the drive and strength to finish one. To be honest, I … More Fitness Friday

Minimalism Challenge

Despite keeping my apartment neat and being somewhat cheap with my money (haha), I wouldn’t exactly consider myself a minimalist. I have way too many shoes and clothes, watch entirely too many tv shows, follow too many people on Instagram and listen to too many podcasts. I check Facebook every single day. And I wouldn’t … More Minimalism Challenge

Darkened Cities

I found these photographs of cityscapes solely lit by moon and starlight haunting and eerie but also incredibly beautiful. Thierry Cohen’s Darkened Cities is a way for the viewer to imagine cities without light pollution, and what they would look like under a clear night sky, which is impossible today (aside from a blackout). Cohen has … More Darkened Cities