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Friday, August 21, 2015

Tiny Tattoos With a Story

I already have a small tattoo on each of my wrists. On the left, a lowercase 'p' for my younger brother Patrick. On the right a fleur-de-lis for my time in Florence and New Orleans.

But what about a tiny lightning bolt for Harry Potter? Or a small whale tail for Moby Dick?

Basically, I'm loving this tiny tattoo project by Austin Tott and all the possibilities it holds. It's amazing how quickly each of these photos reminded me of a specific book or story.



Letters for 84 Charing Cross Road


A reminder of A Walk in the Woods:


What do you think? What tiny shape would you pair with what background? What book would you permanently attach to your body?

Bonus points for Austin being a Seattle artist.

found on BoredPanda

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College freshman are the age of Harry Potter books

this HONY post

"I just finished a book and now..."


Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Composition Leggings from Out of Print

Could I wear only leggings for the rest of my life? Probably. Right now, I'm obsessed with my DearKates but these could be the new loves of my life.

Out of Print has released their first leggings... in composition notebook print.



Perfect for Back to School, and/or every day of my life.

Buy a pair here.

(photos from Out of Print)

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potential bookmarks

Remember Amelia's Notebook ? My first love for composition!

thinking about this series again


Friday, August 14, 2015

Classiest Bookmarks: Shinola Book Darts

I love everything Shinola.

The Detroit watch and bicycle company has expanded to have shops around the world and it's like, yes, that Detroit pride.

I just purchased my first Shinola watch and I'm excited to rep the Motor City everywhere I go. Plus wearing a watch makes me feel so adult.

They also sell book darts. Which, clearly, I have purchased and am obsessed with.


They're skinny and shiny and seem so committed to my reading progress. I think they're actually making me read more.


They come in this small tin, which I keep on my nightstand for marking new books.

I usually use receipts or whatever small paper is laying around to mark my pages, so these book darts are a pretty refreshing change. And they're only $15 for a tin of 75

What have you been using as a bookmark lately? 


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basically a portrait of me, today.


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