Month: April 2014

Saturday Afternoon: Borough Market

I found myself outside of London Bridge on Saturday with an afternoon to spare so I wandered around Borough Market, a food and vegetable market. A pretty place to people watch: aesthetic displays of fruit and vegetables, stands made of wood, and a rustic colour palette of evergreen and ivory pulled everything together. I found […]

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DIY: One Egg for Easter

Colouring eggs for Easter never got me excited and I was happy to let go of that tradition once I turned into a pre-pubescent obsessed with the Beatles. But my cousin Angelisa in Oregon dyed some eggs with her kids using natural dye and I thought they looked neat. So for this post, I’m getting […]

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Recipe: Lemon Olive Oil Cake

It’s a holiday weekend, the sun is shining and I feel like doing something special.  I love lemons and I love olive oil, so here’s a neat Lemon Olive-Oil Cake that you can eat for breakfast, afternoon tea or after-dinner. I looked at some different recipes from around the internet and I decided to use […]

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DIY: A messy version of a gallery wall

I have a phobia of blank white walls, so I put up things right away and then I slowly change and add things. Since moving into our own place, I’ve been collecting pictures and frames from the charity shops in my neighbourhood. I like the mix of colours, the dirty, broken frames and the gems […]

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All Things Yellow

I’m on the prowl for yellow things. If you come over one day, you may find these at home since I can’t get this colour out of my head.  Yellow is waking me up and shaking me out of my boots.  And these things are pretty cheap.                 […]

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