My decision to stop drinking a few months has made me put my feelers out for exciting, tasty non-alcoholic beverages. There’s a lot on the market but unfortunately many of the drinks are super high in sugar. But then I discovered Hoplark’s Hoptea, a super tasty, refreshing, frizzy ice tea. Non-alcoholic. No sugar. No calories. Just tea. I am in love and won’t stop gushing about them. Hopefully I can convince my local deli and grocery stores to carry them, but until then, I order online.
These aerial photographs of 1960s communal dining areas in Singapore’s Social housing make my heart sing.
I bought my daughter a Levitating Moon Lamp and we both agree it’s MAGICAL. (It took us a moment to get it to levitate but once we figured out the trick it clicked.)
I love this: Applause Encouraged #111415 by Scott Polach was Installed as part of Convergence, a site-specific show at Cabrillo National Monument in San Diego. Guests were checked in by a greeter, asked to turn off their phones, reminded not take any photos for a 45 min duration and were ushered to their seats. At the last light the group applauded, and participants were offered refreshments.
I have become a proud Brompton owner during the pandemic. Not buying subway cards was the perfect excuse to finally invest into one of these beauties!
But I haven’t been very excited about the bags they offer that attach at the front of the bike. I just discovered (and ordered) this fancy leather one over on Etsy. Can’t wait to receive it!
This houseplant pop-up book by Daniel Gordon is giving me all the plant-loving-feels.
I am totally into these colorful party cannons filled with confetti made out of wildflower seeds.
Sitting in an invisible chair is refreshingly weird. It made me smile. (It sure does not look comfortable.)
I just stumbled upon this gem of a Tweet. I mean, look at these images? Look at the happy carrot man!
The interpretive Angst Dance made me laugh out loud. What a cool family!