Home sweet home! These streets never get old. I used to walk this area all the time - from Pottinger Street, to the wet markets, to Soho and to the street food stalls. I feel like a tourist every time I visit. but one thing I do not miss is this humidity! Shop the outfit below!


j u n g l e

My trip to Africa was… A-Amazing! One place checked off my bucket list, and I can’t wait to go back already. I took over 3000 photos within 10 days, and I’ve been back for 3 weeks and still haven’t finished sifting through them. The food was great, the people were very warm and welcoming, and most importantly, the animal sitings were breath-taking. It was like watching Planet Earth in real life and all I wanted was David Attenborough to tell me what the animals were doing! I will have some animal photos to bombard you with soon, but in the meantime, I just wanted to share my very appropriate jungle themed shirt that I brought to Africa. The weather was very difficult to figure out - so cold in the mornings and nights, so hot and humid in the afternoons.


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Top - Scotch and Soda | Pants - Aritzia | Sandals - Aldo


I’m excited to introduce to you The Lèi, founded by my wonderful friend Tiffany. In 2017, she quit her job as a food magazine editor and decided to take some time off to travel around the world. She traveled from New Zealand to Morocco and was inspired by the happiness she found through living a slow and simple life.

In Marrakech, she met a shoemaker who hand-made a beautiful pair of slides for her, which sparked a business idea. So she decided to stay in the city for another 3 months to make 100 pairs of slides. A month later, Tiffany launched The Lei of slow fashion, each collection telling a story about the place that inspires it and made by people she met there.

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My favorite part of The Lei is their philosophy: “Our philosophy challenges the idea that we must always be doing for the sake of doing. It encourages slowing down, simplifying, stopping even-- and when we are "doing," we do everything deliberately and authentically.” If you follow my blog, you know that I’m often saying how much we need to slow down and pay attention to the present.


You really can’t go wrong with any of the slides from The Lei. I own a suede and a leather pair, and they are both so comfortable I wear them every weekend almost to every occasion! These neutral colors go with so many outfit, especially if you want to be casual yet classy and stylish.


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Shop The Lei Here

the love collect

So excited to be introducing some of my friends who quit the corporate world to pursue their side hustles. This week starting with Joyce, the architect turned calligrapher. Joyce is a talented and ambitious entrepreneur. At her time in the corporate world, she felt unfulfilled and the only thing that made her happy was practicing calligraphy. Calligraphy allowed her to express her real self - a true artist sharing her vision and designs through her work. You can see for yourself! Once you open her IG page, you will get lost in it.


Joyce started #thelovecollect, a beautiful line of necklaces and bracelets celebrating love and support. This jewelry line was made with hours and hours of precision. From 2D hand-drawn letters, to the 3D modeling software. Joyce printed the prototypes with her resin 3D printer and casted the pendants into silver and gold. This type of detail cannot be achieved through traditional means of jewelry craftsmanship, which is usually done by hand. The pendants are small, which makes this type of detail hard to achieve!


I love how dainty and unique these bracelets are, they make perfect customized gifts! Head over to the shop and find your letter here!


Interested in #thelovecollect jewelry, calligraphy workshops, wedding cards, or just pure inspiration, be sure to check out Joyce’s instagram and site!

start the year right

Can’t believe it’s 2019! What happened to 2018? I always look back and think I really should’ve done more. Sometimes you forget to appreciate and give yourself credit for the things you accomplished and only focus on what you didn’t do. Do you ever do that? I found this pretty nifty print out from designlovefest that is a good way to reflect on your successes and opportunities (find download link below). Well, let’s try to start the year on a positive note. For me, 2018 was about finding my place (physically and emotionally), and enjoying life by eating and traveling well. I think 2019 will be continuing to eat, travel and spend time with friends and family, but most importantly putting things in action and not just in motion (more on this later). Some quick goals I wrote in this post here.


top - aritzia | jeans - jbrand | shoes - sam edelman | watch - daniel wellington


successes & opportunities…

print this out and tape it to your table

(click below to download!)