It’s a good thing (very good thing and important) to surround yourself with good friends. The kind of good friends that nurture and challenge you at the right moment, love you for who you are, believe in you even when you’re not ready to and eat with you when they’re on a cleanse. ;)
Photo: by Bonnie Tsang
Camera: Polaroid ProPack
Film: FujiFilm FP-100C
Guest: Elizabeth Antonia
Blog: The Littlest
Hibernating is such an attractive idea. can you imagine how great you would look after a few months of sweet, deep sleep? The thought of lounging about reading books until the first shoots of spring pop up fill me with unimaginable joy. since that probably won’t happen and i would definitely miss hanging about our cozy home with my husband and daughter, I’d settle for a weekend getaway. the first thing I’d do is book a massage and a room at the parker - I can’t imagine a more quiet, peaceful place to pass a day or two.
I’d pack my bag with this hibernation kit:
kusmi tea and brown sugar gingerspice cookies from whimsy and spice
coté bastide ambre crystal potpourri
loup charmant bloomers and night shirt or louis vuitton pajamas
fresh sake bath for my last bubble bath before settling down for my long winter’s sleep. good night!
Guest: Bri Emery
my favorite time of year is definitely hibernation time. after traveling for work all year, nothing sounds better than warm socks, hot wine and cashmere sweater parties at home.
bri from designlovefest
Guest: Suann Song
Business: SIMPLESONG Design + Fifteen/Eleven
During the week between Christmas and New Years, I usually close down my business and take some time to plan for the new year and just rest. I don’t need much as I’m happiest at home with my son and husband. But the perfect hibernation would include a few good reads, some tasty eats and a few cozy accessories and I’m all set!