Est. 2011

February 21, 2013

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what are you reading?

According to my newly established Editorial Calendar (something I’ve been meaning to make, and finally put together, thanks to a recent Alt Summit Class taught by Chris Gardner), today I was supposed to share a DIY using antler sheds. But, rather than perfect the process yesterday, in order to share something that actually works, I took a nap. I guess life happens, especially when one is having a baby.

So rather than leave you without a pretty post today, I decided to share a little about one of my favorite bloggers, and encourage you to check out Reading My Tea Leaves. Erin‘s cozy space on the internet is one of the first blogs I ever read, and I’m still reading it. Erin is a freelance writer and photographer. I simply love her way of capturing the simple, beloved things in life, and communicating through the internet (which is a difficult thing to do).

Isn’t her photography full of life?! Erin shares diys and projects, recipes, tidbits from her life in Brooklyn, and she has a few “sometimes series” which I always look forward to reading: Life in a Tiny Apartment, My Week in Objects, and others! If you’re looking for a new blog obsess over, I encourage you to click over to Reading My Tea Leaves. You will not be disappointed.

Do you have a favorite read? I’d love to hear! 

All photographs in this post by Erin Boyle.
Image 1 // Image 2 // Image 3

P.S. Erin and I ran into each other this time last year at the Brooklyn Kinfolk Dinner. It was really neat!

  1. I love Reading my Tea Leaves! My other favorites are:
    A Beautiful Mess
    Lilly's Style
    My Showroom

  2. I love erin's blog, it is so inspiring and yes, full of life!

  3. erin says:

    Rebecca,

    This is the kindest thing to stumble upon on a very chilly February morning. Oh, nectarines! Thanks so much for sharing my work here. I'm so touched by your words.

    xo,

    E.

  4. When I first read your post, I assumed you were asking about books! (That's the nerd in me.) I just started reading "The Round House" by Louise Erdrich. So far, I can't put it down.

    As far as blogs, one of my new favorites is Moth Design: http://www.moth-design.com/

  5. gotta love Erin. talented lady.

  6. Marie says:

    And now I found your site through Erin’s link here…you have a great space here as well!

  7. I just wanted to say hi. I came over here from Reading My Tea Leaves's link today and I'm so glad I did. Your space is beautiful! And you've got me intrigued/inspired by the editorial calendar, even when you go off of it like you said you did in this post. Future goal of mine, I think. : )

  8. Hey thank you for introducing us this lovely blog. I just went through her blog and liked it a lot. Just subscribed 🙂

  9. BON AND JOUR says:

    Discovering a new blog which immediately makes you feel like you know the person for years always makes me smile! One of my favorites is 'The second renaissance' (www.lanapribic.blogspot.com) :)!

  10. Aida says:

    Hi,
    I found your blog by chance, while peeking others and I decided to check it out! I’m glad I did it, because I am really delighted with yours. It's beautiful, well structured, interesting… and it has completely got me hooked. I think we're going to get along just fine! 😉 I'd like to invite you to meet my space as well and I hope you'll have as much fun as I am having in yours!
    I wish you lots of success
    kisses
    http://cottoncandy-peaches@blogspot.com

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