Inspired by the guys over at Good Fucking Design, Martin Weigel, head of planning at Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam decided to write his own profanity-laden manifesto I think every designer… or person for that matter should read.
For the first time in like ever.. I’m planning to vacate to a warmer climate for Christmas. Although I love Christmas in New York City, I absolutely hate being cold. I’ve never been to Mexico, mainly because of all the craziness going on down there with drug lords and all, but it’s definitely a trip I’d love to take. Christmas in Mexico has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?
The Mister & I would pack up our things and head down to the beautiful Rosewood Maykoba Riviera Maya resort in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Surrounded by emerald jungle and pristine white beaches, Rosewood Mayakoba is a Riviera Maya resort that defines a private world of rare luxury and refined beauty with its own signature restaurant, exclusive spa sanctuary and no less than 130 exquisite suites. The resort’s refined design combines natural elements such as limestone, rich wood and water with contemporary décor and fittings, creating a sophisticated but unpretentious atmosphere. As a result, each suite is a unique and stylish refuge with high-quality finishes, modern comforts and delightful outdoor features.
This is definitely another one of those splurge trips since rooms cost anywhere from $475-$1200 a night ($8500 if you’d like to ball out of control with the Presidential Suite).. but look at this place, it’s so worth it.
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this past weekend my boyfriend and i celebrated
8 7 years (after a miscalculation from my part). if you’ve been in a relationship or even married for as long as i have, you’ll know when it comes to date night things can start getting a little routine. i’m sure my boyfriend always hate the ‘so, what are we doing tonight?’ questions when friday or saturday swings around. there have been months where we’ve seen everything in the theater, then it’s like.. ok, now what. and sure, we can restaurant hop until we drop — afterall, we are in new york city, but i’ll end up gaining while my boyfriend stays perfectly the same. so we needed a resolution. something to save date night. then a coworker put me onto a site that one of his good friends started: HowAboutWe couples.
each month, members receive a datebook with beautifully presented, one-of-a-kind dates specifically curated for its users. you literally just book a date you like and HowAboutWe takes care of all the reservations so all you have to do is show up on your date. not to mention, once a month you get one free date to choose from. oh, and each month you get new rewards, such as two-for-1 fandango movie tickets. for special occasions like birthdays or anniversaries, members get unlimited access to their free concierge service for personalized date planning. unfortunately at the current time HowAboutWe is only in new york, seattle, chicago and san francisco. so how much does all of this cost? it’s only $18 a month and you can cancel or put your membership on hold at any time. if you’re interested in joining and want to receive $50 off your first date, then sign up today.
it seems like within these last few weeks, i’m starting every post with a quick apology from my absence from the blog. but then i realize, you guys are humans that have your own lives and totally understand that shit happens. life gets hectic, blogs get forgotten. my bad. i’ll make it up to you with a beautiful interior you’ll envy. i stumbled upon this old warehouse turned super stylish london home yesterday and had to share. i’m a huge fan of people taking buildings that aren’t usually built for residential and turning them into just that. one of my dreams would be to convert an old church into a popping home. my favorite things about this home would be the the overall interior decoration and the use of bricks and stone throughout the place. i need that dining table in my life pronto.