I came across this site and had to share because it's totally brilliant and although I am not using it (because I go to bed at 8:30pm - let's be honest) I do plan to chat with KL about it, to see if he would be down.
How About We is a membership site (although you can use it as a visitor, it's just costs a little more) that designs dates/experiences for a party of two. Hand-picked for quality and originality, dates include special menus at the best restaurants, private lessons from top chefs, weekend getaways, behind the scenes tours of wineries, galleries and museums, and are generally designed to be unforgettable (and all unique to your city)...Sounds fun and super easy and what a fab engagement or wedding gift!
In this book Tim Mantoani photographed the people behind some of the world’s most recognized images and created Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends. This unique and historical project, features over 150 photographers holding their favorite or most iconic image, and also includes (on the bottom of each image) a story (written by each photographer) about their photo in their own penmanship (learn more here). This huge endeavor is available for purchase here, and brilliantly pays homage to those who are often hidden behind their own talent.
Maybe you never thought about it before, but isn't it crazy that most of these photos are totally recognizable, but most of us have no idea who took the picture?
I have always been a fan of Serena & Lily, but I had no idea they expanded beyond nursery/baby items (like YEARS ago). I was so pleased to learn about their wide variety of home goods, and not surprised by the stylish quality. Perfectly modern with just the right sprinkle of ethnic detailing, everything except the price, is right up my alley. Here are some of my favorites :)
Why not share content that doesn’t underestimate what children can learn or might be interested in?
The Kids Should See This is my new favorite website for online family bonding. Perfectly curated kid-friendly wonders (which includes; science, technology, space, animals, food, diy, music, art, and animation) the site is filled with not-made-for-kid videos that you can watch with your kids. Handpicked by Rion Nakaya and her 3 and 6 year olds, it is the perfect rainy day activity.