“Okay. I know this sounds crazy. But, I swear, I’ve thought about it a lot first.” My words to a photographer friend a little over a week ago, before telling her I was getting rid of my Nikon D800 and DSLR gear and switching to the Fuji XT1 mirror-less system.
I wasn’t sure what I was in for when I travelled to Boston a couple of weeks ago to attend the Women in Travel Summit. What I ended up finding was a lot of awesome women who loved to travel and are some of the coolest people I have ever met. It was cathartic to hang out with other
2014 was interesting. At times weird and full of thai express; at times wonderful and full of buddhists breakfasts; at times frustrating as hell and full of mediocre leftovers. It was a big year for growth. There was a lot of self-reflection and thinking about what I want my life to look like. This meant a lot of
I have a real enthusiasm for workspaces. I like looking at workspaces, I like creating workspaces, and I like photos of the places where people create things. Where and how you work says a lot about who you are. Rob and I had been looking for a set of table and chairs to fill this nook.