4 gifts a feminist sparkle & space enthusiast

If loving home wares is the sign of old age, sign me up for that sweet granny lifestyle because I want all this prettiness heading my way. 1. PIRDY. Bowl Pair $50 These resin glitter bowls are so pretty and if you want to take it with you, they make some killer earrings too. 2….

What is Kintsugi?

In India, keeping broken crockery is a bad luck open and sometimes just a hazard from a common sense perspective. In japan It’s a completely different story.

Pokemon makeup

This is not make up for Pokemon, sorry for misleading you, but if you have fallen into the magical range of Korean beauty products, you won’t mind so much.

Edible balloons are a thing?

If you’ve seen people on Instagram smooshing their faces to balloons, you’ll know edible balloons are a thing.

Magical ceramics that aren’t mass produced

Kate Marks of silver lining ceramics, with her Vanessa Amorosi vibes, creates amazing iridescent golden ceramic mugs, ice cream crystal sculptures, bowls, enamel pins and a myriad of other things to make your heart flutter.

Top 5 soft serves to try

It’s time for soft serves to come out from the shadow of mcflurries and into the light. Here are our top 5 world picks from left to right.

Cheerily

Fact #6: The word cheer comes from the Anglo-Norman chere (face) which is actually a transliteration of the Greek cara (head) Gift giving is a delight until you have no idea what to buy. Fortunately I go through favorite “things” Oprah style and my current obsession is rad matching tees for siblings. In that department , Cheerily.co have you covered. They’re all out…

Space Art Travel Bureau

Fact #5: If any planets are in the sky at the time of a total solar eclipse, they can be seen as points of light It’s Solar eclipse time in America, a fact I learnt by hearing audio of complete wonder during a podcast. Suffice to say I am completely jealous but if you are a…

Kickstaring humanscale

Fact #4: “Humanscale is a masterfully crafted quick-reference guide for designing objects, interactions, and environments for humans” Have you ever made dinner and noticed that the fridge was unusually far away from the bench, stove or sink? There are considerations of proportion and design that go into the planning and creation of you favourite spaces…