“Great things never came from comfort zones” Good morning world! I was off work for a couple of days so I had the chance to work on a few pictures this weekend. I feel exhausted but also happy. I had a lot of work to do and I think I’ve completed most of it. I will be participating in the Spring issue of Gallant magazine so stay tuned as it’s going to be pretty. I’m not quite sure when it’s going to be released but I’ll keep you posted. Also, I’ve seen who else is in it and they’re all … Continue reading Comfort zones
Good morning peeps! I’m bringing all sorts of delicious stuff for you today, so if you haven’t had breakfast yet, consider yourself warned. You will get hungry. Dust Bunny and Apple Fall created some breakfast and baking goodies for the current round of Fameshed which I’m pretty sure you’ve purchased already but if not, you might want to consider it. This certain kitchen set up reminded me a lot of when I was a kid and spent my summers in the village. It didn’t look exactly like that but it definitely brought back some happy memories. All that being said, … Continue reading Kitchen poetry
Good evening ladies and gentlemen. That is a way to greet my readers. I was watching the Oscars last night and apparently, I have been influenced. I’m still at work and it’s a good one for a change but I still can’t stay for long and ramble. So I’m going to let you check out the picture and read the credits for everything you need to know. In case I failed and you didn’t get the Retro vibe, the post features more stuff from the current round of Uber which is Mod themed. I’ve blogged more about it here, if … Continue reading Retro-spective.
Hello world! L’arret du temps is French for “The stop of time”. It’s also a lovely cafe here in Athens I always go to when it’s the winter, as it’s Paris themed and inspired and very cozy and warm. They don’t have the same decor there for sure, but you know what? Now, they should. But why am I talking about time all of the sudden? Because, as you can see, I’m showcasing a beautiful grandfather clock in the picture so I figured that would be the focus of it. By the way, who came up with that name? Grandfather … Continue reading L’arret du temps
Hello world! So, here’s the situation for this week. Starting yesterday I’m working everyday from 10am until 10pm and breaks are optional. Food is too. I never eat too much anyway. So that means, every picture I’m posting this week, was taken in a crazy packed up weekend and it’s probably not the best of me you’ve seen ever, but that’s all you’re getting. It was either this or no picture at all. As soon as October ends, work will go back to normal (at least I hope so) and I’ll be able to relax a little. Until then, don’t … Continue reading My favorite place
Good morning peeps! In case you didn’t notice, I didn’t post anything yesterday. Intentionally. Do you remember, months ago, when I was complaining about having no free time and that posting daily is wearing me out? Well, it happened. I can feel it, especially now that RL work has been busier than ever. So I finally decided I’ll post every other day. Yes, I’ll do it. Stop it…I will! Sorry, the voices in my head were disagreeing! Today’s post has definitely been a fun one. Mostly because I got to collaborate with two great friends. Hara (left) and Alexa (right). … Continue reading The Firecrackers
It’s 2am and I had a long day so, I won’t ramble about my everyday happenings and go straight to the point. Decor! For this post I worked with the new releases from two of my favorite decor stores. Thor and Newchurch. Thor participates in this round of Cosmopolitan – changes on the 22nd – with the Winchester Hideout set. Consists of furniture and props, most impressive one would have to be the knife in the polaroid picture, which is pretty cool actually. You can drag and drop any picture in there. Thanks to my friend Jayke I used his … Continue reading The Bounty
Mid August already. Time passes by so fast. I read an article online recently, according to which, time flies as you get older. The author, tried to explain this phenomenon by researching it online and came up with lots of explanations. Some religious ones, others about parenting and others philosophical. The most reasonable explanation to him had to do with “anticipation” and “retrospection”. “Whatever the nature of our individual lives, we all anticipate things important to us. Then after they happen, we look back at them. For example, most school children look forward to the long summer vacation, which always … Continue reading The Vintage Beach