Friday Finds 11.14.14

Are you a complete sucker for food porn, too? Now that it officially feels like Fall, it’s time to bust out the crock pot and load up on butternut squash, potatoes, and the latest “hot” veggie: cauliflower! These delicious … Read More


This satire is so perfect. Dangerously perfect!

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Link Love 11.10.14

What do you think of the Amazon’s new product, Echo?

How to bake cupcakes that look like ice cream cones.

Kristin Davis is standing up for elephants.

These desktop goodies are the cutest.

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Living Deliberately

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that … Read More

Friday Finds 11.7.14

The cold has settled in Boston, and it’s finally time to get cozy indoors!

One of the “new” things I appreciate about living in Boston is the experience of real, different seasons. Summer is muggy. Winter is Polar Vortex. Spring … Read More

Link Love 11.3.14

The elusive art of inner wholeness

How to draw the perfect circle 

This is our planet 

This is what a social detox looks like

What’s your blog about?

UI vs. UX 

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Dealing with Pinterest wedding saturation

I may not be part of Pinterest’s main demographic, but pins are definitely adding pressure to start crackin’ at major life events on me. Every time I log onto Pinterest, this is more or less what I see:

It’s great to … Read More

The Creative Process, as told by Ira Glass

THE GAP by Ira Glass from DanielSax//frohlocke on Vimeo. Spot on.

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Link Love 9.27.14

It’s only high school if you let it. Seth Godin blog.

What do you do when you have too many ideas?

What WordPress theme is that?

The changing business of blogs.

Canadian Anti-spam legislation and what you need to know … Read More