If you’re as obsessed with the idea of fleeing the city, sustainable living and to a lesser extend living off the grid, as I am you will love Free Cabin Porn. Just as the name suggests, it’s a whole lot of photos of awesome cabins from various places around the world. The beauty pictured above is in Långserud, Sweden.
I’m not really sure what’s going on here but it’s one of the cutest things I’ve ever seen (I found this on tumblr with no proper source but if you know more about it please let me know so I can link it to the correct place).
Ever since I saw Dirty Dancing when I was a kid I’ve wanted to go to the Catskills so the fact that this (beautifully decorated home) is located there just made me love it even more. It’s owned by an artist and a designer and was built from a prefabricated kit home (which, coincidentally, so was the house I grew up in, although that was a lot bigger and made out of slightly less steel).
Are fashion bloggers in general (but specifically at MBFWA) redundant? Honestly, I am not interested in fashion week. I know it seems like sitting first row at fashion shows is every ~style blogger~ ‘s (or whatever it is I do here) dream but not mine. I don’t have any interest in working in the fashion industry and it just seems incredibly boring to me. But I know that not everybody shares my opinion and that a lot of people who read fashion blogs or style blogs are very interested in fashion week and want to see the collections and photos from the shows and all of that. So while I don’t share the vitriol for most of the bloggers mentioned I do think this article raised some interesting points – are fashion bloggers obligated to post detailed coverage of the shows they attend (especially for events like MBFWA that are not open to the general public and thus readers who are not involved in the fashion industry cannot attend)? Are their readers more interested in photos of the bloggers outfits than the runways? I don’t know but I do think it’s worth thinking about.
They’re not always TVs and they’re not always in Fitzroy but TVs in Fitzroy is a blog (run by Limedrop’s Nathan Price) documenting the many, many tvs (and other things) decorating the streets in Melbourne’s inner suburbs. You can even submit the ones you’ve found and photographed yourself.
Bodie, California is a ghost town in a state historic park which means that you can go visit it if you’re ever nearby. And why wouldn’t you?! Who doesn’t love ghost towns.
Old Loves in a blog devoted to photos of celebrities who used to date and have since broken up. From more recent couples like Mandy Moore and Zach Braff, to ones from the 1970s like Bruce Jenner (and his old face) and his first wife Chystie Scott to Ione Skye and Anthony Kiedis (pictured above) in the 80s. It’s a fun way to kill some time and come across some strange pairing that you never knew about.
The Walk of Faith is a 60 meter long glasswalk way on the side of a cliff 1,430 meters in the air in China. I don’t think I could do it but the photos are really freaking cool.
Unfuck Your Habitat is a foul mouthed home organisation motivational blog. They post lists like this:
Unfuck tomorrow morning!
- Wash the dishes in your sink
- Get your outfit for tomorrow together, including accessories
- Set up coffee/tea/breakfast
- Make your lunch
- Put your keys somewhere obvious
- Wash your face and brush your teeth
- Charge your electronics
- Pour a little cleaner in the toilet bowl (if you don’t have pets or children or sleepwalking adults)
- Set your alarm
- Go to bed at a reasonable hour
every few days and have a lot of helpful tips for those of us who aren’t naturally tidy along with some cool before and after shots of fucked/unfucked habitats.
And last but not least, here is a video of my cat being silly and falling over while I laugh evilly.