I’m not a particularly outdoorsy person, but I have to admit that there’s something grounding (lol) about being outdoors, whether you’re out in the desert or in Central Park where you can see the outcroppings of old rock. Even small doses of rocks, like my new indoor rock garden…
If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that humans can’t handle too much of the same thing. Whether it’s staying in the same place, staring into…
Since going down the beach house rabbit hole, I’ve been filling every spare moment poring myself over books about Andrew Geller. So many things from hi…
I haven’t been able to stop thinking about moving to be close to the sea since writing about the triangle house in the last issue. I am impatiently awa…
I’m back! I took a couple of weeks off from writing and looking at real estate to focus on a big launch at work (I’m a designer at a new startup for th…
When I moved into my house a couple of years ago, I wanted to know as much as possible about the house’s architect: Roger Lee. It surprised me how some…
One of the stranger outcomes of quarantine for me has been realizing how much I love the Bay Area. When my job moved to remote, my friends started movi…
Not to be dramatic, but I cried when the sun touched my skin for the first time in a very long time this week, and I don’t even live in a place touched…
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