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 , have you covered. They’re all out of “enough rolls to open a bakery” but other faves … Continue reading Cheerily

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 and furniture, like an invisible mapping of our body proportions. … Continue reading Kickstaring humanscale

Mischelin star cup noodels

Fact #2 : There is a cup noodle in Japan technically considered “a very food restaurant in it’s category” as it has it’s own Mischelin star. Cup noodles are a student staple and rightly so. They are cheap, easy to make, and typically hold the minimal nutritional value required to sustain life. K-dramas make them seem like a pretty tasty option too but Nakiryu dandan … Continue reading Mischelin star cup noodels

5 Insta famous people you might not be following but should

Fact #3 : Insta-famous is a term coined as early as 2012 to describe ”influencers on instagram”  , Urban dictionary considers them ”usually a pretty girl who posts a thousand pictures of her face or whatever food she’s eating. May include pictures of other people’s food”, though this is no longer completely accurate. @sarahisinlovewith: “quirky style blogger and pink haired flamingo queen”. That’s a pretty accurate … Continue reading 5 Insta famous people you might not be following but should