The season is underway for these hometown events. Take advantage and shop early for one-of-a-kind gifts! SEE THE LIST …
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA – You can skip mall madness this year, and do your holiday shopping at your local “holiday bazaar,” a quaint, community staple where you can find baked […]
Working from home sounds great — unless your home office is a disaster. Follow these 10 simple tips to help declutter your space.
1. Purge Paper. It’s easy to let papers pile up in your home office. Get control of the clutter before it takes over your space. Go through every piece of paper in your office by using the System […]
Think you’re short on storage? Look around: You may be missing out on tons of potential storage space on your walls. Try these smart and stylish ways to take advantage of those unused surfaces.
Great for an entry, home office or kitchen, this dry-erase wall caddy gives you a functional way to organize all your daily ess […]
I’m automatically inspired by this awesome project – Amazing!
It’s truly amazing what some imagination and craftiness can do to a set of stairs. We’ve seen pastel staircases and steps adorned with bright fabric, but nothing as playful as this idea.
Pippa Branham, a mom and bibliophile from Woolpit, England, hand-pa […]
Who knew this place existed, I certainly didn’t. Located in the Financial District of SF the institute describes themselves: “The Mechanics’ Institute is a leading cultural center that includes a vibrant library, a world-renowned chess program and a full calendar of engaging cultural events. Founded in 1854 to serve […]
This year, most of the best stories I read came in small-ish packages. Many books that were either big in size — like Garth Risk Hallberg’s over-900-page opus, City on Fire,and Jonathan Franzen’s 500-plus page Purity — ended up being just “OK.” The same, in my opinion, went for some books that generated “ […]