In case you’ve been wondering where I’ve gone and what I’ve been doing, well, here it is. My newest passion – home design. More specifically, it’s my own home! Over the last year during the construction, I’ve had to make daily decisions about where and how to prioritize my resources, as well as, what is … Continue reading “Latest In Dream Kitchen Design”
Showering and bathing is a renewal experience, it’s a rebirth in which you hit the reset button and start afresh. When you finish your shower or bath, a fluffy cozy towel that envelopes you is your big welcome to the fresh new world. Why would you ruin that with an average towel? My bath time is the most … Continue reading “Serenity Now! My Life Essential Bath Ritual”
I’ve been looking for some bluetooth workout headphones for awhile now, and I’ve think I’ve found the perfect ones…Plantronics BackBeat Fit headphones! I already have a bunch of different headphones for different uses, and already have spent several hundred dollars on all of them, so the last thing I wanted to do was buy ANOTHER … Continue reading “Plantronics Workout Headphones: Go Ahead and Sweat It”
Galley Sink is the single greatest human achievement since Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. It is one giant leap for kitchen design. It is that amazing, I am not exaggerating. If you cook and make everything from farm fresh produce, you will appreciate the symphony that takes place when prepping, cooking and serving using the Galley. This isn’t just a sink, it is a work station, it performs for you.
My brother moved from New York to Seattle to work for Microsoft and then Amazon, and in the process, he became super environmentally-conscious (Before, he was freaking out over the lack of good steaks there…now he’s a mostly vegan triathlete). What does that mean? It means that when he came back to NYC to visit my parents and me, and he saw how many water bottles I go through every day, he literally yelled at me (YELLED!). This led me to do research into fitness shakers and bottles to replace my pile of Fiji and Poland Spring ones. I hate to admit this, but not only did I go through five to six a day, but I was also horrible about recycling them. Luckily, it turns out a lot has changed since those shabby, old plastic bottles ruled the market, which impart nasty plastic-like “flavoring” to beverages and can easily accumulate bacteria over the course of usage.
I will start out by saying that this is not an easy process. But it will be the most worthwhile, cathartic, and life-changing event. I promise. I am a changed person, and I will never go back.