21Nov

Weekend Links - Nov 21 - Callooh Callay Blog


// Design //

stunning apartment designed by Marcel Wanders
at home with Mike D.

// DIY //

a modern take on a dreamcatcher
super awesome mid century desk wall unit

// Fashion //

love this marbled clutch
how to dress for the cold

// Travel //

the ace hotel, la
the penthouse of the greenwich hotel

// Wellness //

don’t overcomplicate things
50 reasons why you might be unhappy

// Blogging //

don’t work for free for rich people
how to do mouse overlay links

// Misc //

“You’re kind of weird” < --- kills me

amy poehler’s observations on life are razor fucking sharp
so yeah. money can’t buy happiness
there’s a secret apartment in the eiffel tower


Happy weekend everyone!

Jennifer

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21Nov

Image Map

1 – fall vegetable stew // 2 – kabocha squash, fennel + ginger soup
3 – roasted tomato + bell pepper soup // 4 – carrot + tomato coconut soup
5 – simple cauliflower soup // 6 – cream of broccoli + cashew soup
7 – spicy black bean soup // 8 – yuki pumpkin + black bean soup


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14Nov

Weekend Links Nov 14 - Callooh Callay Blog


// Design //

an awesome loft in tokyo
this house must be bananas in real life

// DIY //

geometric pencil cups
cool hexagonal tray

// Fashion //

lace up ballet flats
leather clip bracelet

// Travel //

The Standard High Line
checklist for a stress free arrival

// Wellness //

your fear is the most boring thing about you
on meditation

// Misc //

a photo journey of some icelandic twins
a Tunisian village turned into a street gallery
always so bizarre and amazing


Hello guys! It’s been a big crazy week here for me. First, Berlin celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the wall with the Lichtgrenze. It was AMAZING to see in person. (pssst – I have been updating this tumblr with some of my “travel” pics and musings.) It was also absolutely packed (like I couldn’t even move packed) but still so worth it. The other thing that happened is that I waited in line for several hours to get a hug from Amma. I have been wanting to experience this for a few years now and to have two such major events happen – on my birthday week – was rather exhilarating to say the least. If this is a sign of things to come, I’m all in. Anyway. Have a great weekend all & enjoy the links. xx

Jennifer

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14Nov

6 awesome veggie bowls - Callooh Callay Blog

roasted vegetable salad // kale, butternut squash and black rice with lemon tahini sauce // root vegetable quinoa salad with tahini maple vinaigrette // harissa roasted vegetable bowl // sweet potato, cranberry + quinoa power bowl // maple orange roasted, chickpea carrots + brown rice


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07Nov

Weekend Links - Nov 7 - Callooh Callay Blog


// Design //

Christine Dovey’s 6 week bathroom reno is nuts. But I really wish these projects would talk about the price sometimes (fast work is not cheap! the illusion of anything else is ridiculous.)
i would totally live in this bank conversion
or this barn conversion

// DIY //

copper candle
cool jewelry organizer
copper icosahedron light

// Fashion //

organza sleeve t shirt
heart earrings
cool morse code bracelets

// Travel //

color is in in the hotel world. see the pantone hotel in brussels
or the william hotel in NYC

// Wellness //

the heroine’s journey
live like a motherfucker

// Blogging / Business //

rules for creatives from Molly Crabapple
thoughts on scheduling from Jessica Hische

// Misc //

The cuuuuuuutest

creepy
creepier
old masters
i love this: a woman photoshops herself into her mother’s old photos


Hello all! Sorry about missing last week. I was busy moving across town. On the train. Berlin style! And then there was Halloween. What a combo! Anyway, I am happy to finally be settling into a real home – even though it’s half empty. I’ve taken a zillion trips to Ikea and I’m finding it challenging to decorate in a functional and pretty way without spending a lot (after all, I’m not sure how long I will be here for). So there we are. I’m hoping to get back into my regular routine after this weekend. (HOPE.) Have a great one!

Jennifer

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