I’ve always liked having houseplants, but to be honest I never really knew what I was doing. And maybe I still don’t, but I feel I have gained some understanding about them. I’ve recently started experimenting with propagating some of them, and I was surprised how easy it is to nurse some baby spider plants.
Am I the only person on this planet who buys bananas and then just totally forgets about them? Only to notice them when they’re about to turn completely black and too far gone to even turn them into nice cream? Only one answer, my friend: basic bitch banana bread.
Hello, I am in Canada and I love it here. We’ve been exploring Toronto for the last few days and we’re leaving tomorrow. I’m going to miss it here. I might make a post about all the stuff I’m doing and seeing, if that’s something you might be interested in? Let me know. Anyway, one of the first things I do when I plan a trip is looking for great vegan places to eat. And damn, Toronto did not disappoint.
The seventies are often portrayed as the decade taste forgot – and in many terms I have to agree. But damn, the plant game was strong.
Hi it me, mentioning for the bilionth time we’re going on our trip to Toronto and NYC soon. Soon is like, next Tuesday, so the packing stress has fully set in by now (it’s Saturday lol). It’s not that I hate flying, but there are more fun things to do with your time so here’s how I think is best to spend it.
Hey April, you were pretty sweet.
I’ve been thrifting a lot again lately, but I rarely show what treasures I find when I come back from my little trips. I used to only browse for homeware and interior items, but the last few months I’ve really thrown myself on the clothing racks. Turns out there are some true gems on there, too!