Ok, so I haven't been very good about blogging, maybe the longer you do it the better blog habits you form? I'm currently in the middle of building a blog for a friend, and I'm spending loads more time on hers than I am on my own. The difference is hers is for a business while mine is really just for fun and to curate all of the beautiful images and things I find. I recently learned how to animate GIF files from the most incredible blog called Pugly Pixel, and I used them on my friend's website but when I tried to do it on my blog I couldn't get it to work! Oh, the ups and downs of photoshop. I love when I figure something out but so frustrated when I can't get things to go my way. I'm teaching myself so any advice on learning photoshop is greatly appreciated! xo, Briony
I don't know about you, but I have a serious case of the Winter blues. I'm trying to head into this week more positive and cheerful, so I'm going into this week with a "Let's do this" attitude. I'm originally from Texas so winters are tough on me, because for the first 18 years of my life I didn't have any!
Now that January is almost over I know it's all downhill from here till Spring. I can't wait to be lying out under the Italian sun in my bikini once again. It can't come soon enough!
photo found on pintrest
The past few days I have really been missing New York. I can't say what triggered it but I think it all started when I saw these photos.
Right around the corner from where I used to live in the East Village they discovered an old abandoned theatre above a bodega I used to go to all the time (East Village Farms.)
The theatre and the bodega are all about to be torn down, but what's crazy to me is that a massive theatre went forgotten and unnoticed in New York for 60 years! In a place where space is at such a premium it's amazing that gems like this still exist.
The theatre how it used to look. I can actually feel a physical ACHE in my heart missing New York.