Currently loving.

This cd:  Some Nights. (And just like the band's name, it's fun.)

Macarons. Thanks to this email. SERIOUS food envy.  

Truvia.  It has really helped me cut down on my sugar (and soda) intake. I even carry packets in my purse now to sweeten my tea when I eat out. Fantastic.

Fab.com. I'm discovering great new products, photography, food... I could go on and on! (The app for iPhone is designed well, too.)

This blog post from Chookooloonks. It totally helped me get through the rest of the week. And it's such great inspiration for photography.

And this picture I took last month.  I'm thinking it'll be perfect if I enlarge it and hang it in the art room. 

And PS -- Happy Leap Day!


Industrial Office Space Inspiration


Clean and calming industrial design is a great choice if you're thinking of re-doing your office space. Sleek lines, natural materials like metal, wood and grass baskets pair together to make the perfect creative environment!

Shop this look:

No. 1 Letterpress Print | No. 2 Rug | No. 3 Pendant lamp | No. 4 Shelving Unit | No. 5 Squirrel Lamp | No. 6 Wooden Tape Dispenser | No. 7 Desk | No. 8 Baskets | No. 9 Chair

{© 2011 Blog Boutique | Jessica of Jessica Tierney Designs | Photos © linked sources}


Natural Choices: A Resource Guide


There has been a lot of talk about making more natural, organic and sustainable choices when it comes to your food. But what does all that mean? The following is a list of resources that will help you better understand the terms and will get you thinking more about the food you consume:

Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal by Eric Schlosser
Food Inc.: A Participant Guide: How Industrial Food is Making Us Sicker, Fatter, and Poorer-And What You Can Do About It by Participant Media & Karl Weber
In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto by Michael Pollan
The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollan

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

Food, Inc.
The Future of Food
King Corn
Supersize Me

Other Sites:

{© 2011 Blog Boutique | Meagan of Defining Motherhood | Photos © Heather Donahue}


Scenes from Valentine's Day

Because Tim is a restaurant manager and normally always has to work on Valentine's Day, we usually celebrate on a different day. So, last Friday we had our Valentine's Day. We started at Terry's Turf Club (which never disappoints) and ended at the Cincinnati Museum Center and it was just perfect.  Enjoy. :) (And try not to get too hungry!)


I Heart: Yuko Takada Keller

Denmark-based artist Yuko Takada Keller is the creator of these beautiful and etherial 3-dimensional installations. She uses tiny triangles of tissue paper to create these amazing works of art. Can you imagine the time and patience it must take to build these? But definitely well worth the time - these are incredible!
{© 2011 Blog Boutique | Jessica of Jessica Tierney Designs | Photos © Yuko Takada Keller}


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