Month: October 2017
I’m currently in the middle of Barbara Kingsolver’s book Animal, Vegetable, Miracle in which the author documents a year of life on a farm. And not only that, it’s a year when her family decided to live on local products exclusively. Most of them, they grew […]
The entryway is a border between outside world and our private space. It provides the first glimpse into someones home. First and foremost it needs to be functional, but it’s great if it’s welcoming as well and if it reflects the family living in the home. […]
I love Instagram. It’s an endless stream of beautiful pictures, a collection of creative projects in every area possible, and an excellent source of new places to visit. I follow several Belgian bloggers, and I’m always happy to see pictures from a new to me […]
Sundays are meant for baking. I’ve believed in it for a very long time. And ever since our busy schedule calmed a bit we’ve been baking almost every Sunday.
When we first got our Google Home, I wasn’t thrilled. It was just another stuff to clutter our home. Sure, we can find a use for it. I was sure it’s an awesome piece of technology. And it looks nice, which helps. Still, I wasn’t convinced […]