How interesting that a symbol so poignant to Paris’ visitor is considered vandalism by its residents. Locks on Pont Des Arts are soon to be removed and apparent signs are posted detailing the closure of the bridge to do so. Removal starts tomorrow and I’m glad that we got to see it in person. Bittersweet!
Genius idea from this women run business in Rustenberg, South Africa. Repurpose School Bags takes plastic bags and turns them into backpacks that have a solar charging panel, providing kids with up to 12 hours of light by which to do their homework. Many kids in South Africa walk to school and have no electricity. […]
My husband was recently looking for a more manly, huge-mega-never-run-out-size body wash and very excitedly told me that he’d found a huge bottle on Amazon. This morning I got into the shower only to find this: He says he didn’t even see that it’s called “Swagger” but at least now I know that he’s got some. […]
Loving the latest campaign on Sevenly – t-shirts that support Girl Up – an organization that raises money to buy bicycles for girls in Malawi so that they can safely attend school.
This weekend I did a little experiment. On Saturday night we went out, and I left my phone in the car. On purpose. Shocking, yes I know. I. Left. It. In. The. Car. I didn’t get to take any Selfies with my friends. I didn’t text anyone. I didn’t take any pics of the ugly […]
Some mornings, when the kids have helterskelter left for school, I sit down to a quiet breakfast and try silence on for size. I’m not sure if it fits me.
My BCBG Tiger, Kevyn Aucoin mascara and JCrew blouse.
On 11/2/2014 I ran my 8th marathon. 5th New York Marathon. And I finished in 4:45:51 – the second fastest marathon I’ve ever run. It was also the most fun I’ve had running a marathon. I literally had a wall to wall grin the entire way. But this marathon was different, it wasn’t about time, […]
The current campaign on Sevenly. So powerful. Teen suicide prevention. Could not be more poignant..