[ business ] Facebook 101 for Bloggers

Facebook 101 for Bloggers - Callooh Callay Blog

Welcome to Part Three of my Business for Bloggers series! Facebook is the biggest player in social media but it’s also the most confusing which is why I’ve created Facebook 101 for Bloggers. Facebook used to be a really awesome must-have network for bloggers but that has changed over the last few years. It still is a really great place to be if happen to

[ weekend links ] Feb 27th Edition

Weekend Links - Feb 27 - Callooh Callay Blog

// Design // Loving this I love this sophisticated modern home and also this California cool house // DIY // make this geometric pendant with straws love this mid-century side table cool raised planter a lovely marble + copper notebook/a> // Fashion // super cute circle skirt could you give up jeans? or let your toddler dress you? // Travel // Hotel G, San Francisco

[ food ] 9 Sweet Bread Recipes

9 Sweet Breads - Callooh Callay Blog

Who doesn’t love a sweet bread? These little loaves are great for breakfast or as a snack. There’s nothing finicky about them like a yeast-based bread and there are so many awesome varieties to try. I typically go for the banana bread but these other yummy-looking sweet bread recipes are making me want to branch out a little. [ 1 – pretzel peanut butter and

[ ootw ] Harem Pants

OOTW - Harem Pants - Callooh Callay Blog

The harem pant is a tricky beast. On one hand, it’s totally comfortable and easy. On the other, one false move and you are well into hippie festival territory. To solve this dilemma, go for a restrained black version paired with an ankle boot and a little leather jacket. It’s still comfy like your pajamas but also perfectly acceptable to wear for weekend brunch. [

[ travel ] Let’s Go to Amsterdam

Let's Go Amsterdam: Albert Cuyp

I haven’t take any weekend trips from Berlin yet but I really should once the weather improves a bit. One of the top picks on my list is Amsterdam, which has inspired me to create this mini travel-guide. Stay Here The Sir Albert hotel occupies a former diamond factory in the hip and lively Latin district of Amsterdam. Large windows allow for tons of natural