30 August 2013

Coil + Drift & A Thank You To...

(image by Coil+Drift)

I love it that Brooklyn is practically the headquarters for artists, craftsmen, artisanal geniuses, and designers.  I can't help but want to share with you some of the great "makers" I come across.

Today we get to share a great Brooklyn designer/builder with you and give an AWESOME thank you gift to Lisette, from Seattle (she also happens to have a lovely blog.)  Thanks for your comment this week and for all the support you send our way!  As always, we appreciate the community that you all have created here through your discussions on important matters.  We think it's just incredible and we're so honored to be a part of it!! 

(image by Coil+Drift)

The thank you gift today is this Porter Cycling Crate!  I seriously love this so much.  It's designed and made by John Sorensen-Jolink of Coil+Drift and fashioned after the old-world Dutch porter crate.  John builds tables, desks, book shelves and more made entirely with reclaimed wood from NY State.  And because he is also a bike lover, he started making these bike crates out of the smaller pieces of leftover wood from his furniture designs.  So brilliant. (John also manages Rolling Orange, the amazing Dutch bike shop in Brooklyn.)

(image by Coil+Drift)

I love how conscious his design and process is!   Not only is the wood reclaimed, but the wood for the bike crates is salvaged from his other furniture projects. 

(images by Coil+Drift

Each crate is sealed with natural tung oil to withstand the elements.  And I love that each one is UNIQUE and full of character due to the various pieces of wood.  

 (image by Coil+Drift)

John uses some really cool copper nails so they will age and color beautifully over time.

  (image by Coil+Drift)

This is home.  We cross this bridge a couple of times a week.


I got to meet up with John in his Williamsburg workshop and he is seriously the nicest guy ever.


 


The crate is designed to be attached to almost any rear bike rack.


And each crate is branded with John's signature.

    (image by Coil+Drift)
   (image by Coil+Drift)
 (image by Coil+Drift)

The Porter Crate comes in two sizes:  Commuter (12"x12"x16"- $95) and the Weekender (10"x10"x14" -$85).  These can be purchased in the Coil + Drift Etsy shop.

Also - - my original plan was to do these Friday thank you gifts just until the end of August. But...we've been loving it on our end!  I feel giddy about it every Friday.  Have you enjoyed it, too?  I'd love to hear your thoughts.  For now, I plan to continue it!  :)   

XO,

Mara

Happy Labor Day Weekend!!


Some people go to the Hamptons every year and rent gorgeous homes in fancy beach towns. I've been there.  I've stayed in homes that cost tens of millions (thanks to my former boss & his family, for inviting me!)  I've driven his fancy cars, shopped at charming grocery stores that sell Perrier and prosciutto to millionaires, eaten gorgeous meals under arbors in the garden, and had fresh flowers in my room.  Oh my.  What an experience!  But for me, I'm actually content with a simpler life, too.  Want to know where we go for our summer outings with all the Brooklynites?  We go to this lakeside camp with cabins and a lodge, just about an hour north of Manhattan.  It's kind of the best thing ever.  I've been going here since the year 2000.  










Ha.  Not exactly the Hamptons.  But we all love it.  And....anybody want those Saarinen Tulip Chairs?  Oh man, I do!  I've been scheming for years how I could get a moving truck full of those, but they won't sell.  :(  I think the older woman who runs the place has caught on that they're valuable. 


And...pictures of the camp wouldn't be complete without the Mini Cooper.  This was my previous car and we always took as many people as we could fit in it.   :)

What you are guys doing for Labor Day Weekend??  Any fun plans?

I love hearing about your lives and have a new interest in learning about other places and lifestyles out there.  I mean, someday (gasp) there is always the chance we could leave New York.  Though I can hardly picture it as this is all I know.  Once in awhile I wonder where we would go if we ever left this place and I actually have no idea (please send suggestions!!!)

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29 August 2013

I Wish We Could Do it All Over Again...



This video made us both cry tears!

It's SO, SO sweet!

A 96-year-old man saw a songwriting contest advertised in the newspaper and decided to write a song for his wife who had passed away one month earlier.  They were married for 73 years!! This dear man sent in his lyrics by mail instead of entering the contest on-line. The studio was so touched by the lyrics that they decided to professionally record the song for him.  Oh, you will just melt...

Love to all.

MK

(thanks to Lindsay for sending!  via 22 words)

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28 August 2013

My List

When I was dating in my twenties, prior to my first marriage, I would bond over stuff like romantic "looove", chemistry, common aesthetics, ambitions, personality, common hobbies or dreams such as buying real estate or traveling, best friend kind of stuff, and, of course, I just wanted to be loved. Sometimes what I thought was "love" and "connection" was confused by physical bonding - and at times that was the only thing I had in common (eeks.)  The idea of being alone or never being loved or never having a partner haunted me.  For sure, my self-worth was wrapped up in it all.  Friends, I can now say that if your self-worth is dependent on a partner, the risk of being with a bad partner or an undesirable partner goes UP.  And chances are, if you don't have self-worth, you likely won't be the best kind of partner, yourself.  

I reached a point in my life where I was willing (desperate enough) to do the work to heal my life.  I finally had self-worth with or without a partner.  That felt incredible and oh so empowering.  And I was able to date the second time around with a completely different set of eyes.  I no longer felt like I "needed" a guy like I did before.  And, the qualities I desired in a spouse COMPLETELY changed!!!  I didn't need or want a guy to fulfill me and make me whole.  Instead, I wanted a guy who complimented the kind of life I was trying to live.  So I actually only had two qualities that I was looking for.  I remember thinking at the time that I'd rather be alone than be with someone who didn't have these qualities.  They were two tall orders, two deal breakers, and they were actually very, very specific:


27 August 2013

Love in the Adirondacks & Our Favorite Hiking Gear

On Saturday we went from this...


To this...



:)  :)  :)  :)  :) 


Last year we loooved our overnight hike in the Adirondacks so much that we had to do it again. I think this will be one of our summer traditions as long as we live on the East Coast.  This year we decided not to sleep in the car the night before at the trailhead.  ;) ;)  But there was still plenty of romance ahead...

23 August 2013

Wool Dryer Balls & A Thank You To...

Hi!!!

Hope you all have great weekends!!

Today we're excited to share a thank you gift with one of our commenters this week:

Sage!

Sage happens to be a long-time commenter and supporter here.  Ahh....thank you so much for that, Sage.  It's amazing how connected we feel with some of you readers.  Thank you, thank you for your friendship & connection here.

Wool Dryer Balls

Today we are sending what might seem like a strange gift...but it's actually one of my new favorite things!  :)  Yes, we're talking about Wool Dryer Balls.  Recently we had a dryer repair man come to clean all the dryer ducts in the building and he basically had a stern sit down with everybody and said we HAD to stop using dryer sheets because they gunk up the ducts and the appliances with residue, they cause the dryers to not run as efficiently, and they are a MAJOR FIRE HAZARD due to the residue. He was not messing around with this.  Also, the dryer sheets are laden with harmful chemicals (see these articles here...Why You Need To Ditch Dryer Sheets, & 7 Toxic Reasons You Should Ditch Dryer Sheets.)

So - luckily there is a natural alternative for keeping the static at bay and softening your clothes...

Yes.  Put 4-6 of these wool dryer balls in your dryer load.  They really work!!  (Or well...you can also play catch with them indoors since they're super soft.  haha.  We never have toys around here, but somehow we had a good game of catch from our kitchen to our living room when these arrived.  Better yet if you throw them at people when they're not looking.  :)

Here's the deal:

-They soak up the moisture as the clothes dry, but then also keep the dryer more evenly humid during the dry cycle which dramatically reduces static cling.
-They absorb 30% of their weight in water which leads to a QUICKER drying cycle - so you save energy and $$$ on your electricity bill (they reduce the drying cycle by up to 1/2!)
-They last for years so you aren't creating more waste with every load.
-You don't have to keep spending money on new dryer sheets.
-They are chemical free as long as you get wool that hasn't been treated with chemicals.
-They lift and separate clothing, allowing for air to flow better - also leading to a quicker cycle.
-They won't cover your dryer, clothes and linens with residue and chemicals.
-These are made with felted wool, opposed to felted yarn, so they will never unravel.
-Wool is naturally mildew resistant.
-They aren't a fire hazard.

Wool Dryer Balls

I think wool dryer balls should become the norm in every household!!!  You can buy them from this shop on Etsy (owned by Bethany of The Graceful Mom.  She is lovely!).  We've been using these for a month or so and we love them.  The owner of the shop even offered a 20% discount to any readers.  So nice of her. Use this code: LOVES.  It expires 8/31.

And here are two tips from Colette Moorehead, a green cleaning consultant I highly recommend in Utah (contact her at getcleanbegreen at gmail dot com to attend one of the free workshops she does - she's SO knowledgable and wonderful.  I attended one of her workshops and learned a TON)
1.  When you decide to 'green' your laundry room, FIRST wash the inside of your dryer and the dryer vent with soap and water.  It will be covered with residue and chemicals and you don't want that residue to continue coating your clothes or dryer balls. 
2.  Don't over dry your clothes.  Over drying will cause static.  
Do any of you use dryer balls?  Or something else?

OK, signing off for now!  See you next week!

Mara

FYI, we've been giving a thank you gift each Friday to a random reader who has left ANY comment during the week on ANY post.  We just want to say thanks to the community here.  

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We Made It On Dr. Laura's Radar :)

OK, Danny and I were kind of dying yesterday.

We found out that the famous Dr. Laura spoke about a post I wrote during her opening hour show / topic of the day.  Ummm....how on earth??  We couldn't believe it.  But there she was trying to pronounce my name and quoting things I had written. After reading word for word my entire opening paragraph from my post called, "How Women Ruin Their Sex Lives"...she said approvingly that I had a "good attitude." :)  Phew.

We recorded a little audio of the segment so you could listen...[by the way, in case you're curious, my name is pronounced Mar-uh (like a Mars) - Co-fed]



Haha, gotta love it.  She's great.  And it made our day to find out we were somehow on her radar.  You can see my entire post she referenced here.

And, a few things I enjoyed and wanted to share with you:

-Life Long Advice From 7 Centarians - What an experience it would be to live to 100. :)

-Gluten-Free Girl has quit sugar.  so inspiring!

-How to Talk to Your Daughter About Her Body - such good, good advice for every adult to read.

(thanks, Sarah!!)

-I am loving this blog:  And Then We Saved.  Anna has awesome ideas for how to save money.

Happy weekend to all of you!

Mara

P.S.  We have revived our Facebook page!  Yes!  It's really coming along.  We have so enjoyed seeing some of you there.  Discussing things with you all really is the best.

*UPDATE*:  We know Dr. Laura is an extremely controversial figure and we don't intend to discuss her controversial matters here.  We simply had a message which had the opportunity to reach way more people than it would have otherwise.  So that's exciting.  It's sort of like...if you had written something you thought was important and it was read to the country at different times by both President Obama and President Bush...my guess is, you'd still be happy on both accounts, regardless of your political views, as your message was able to be shared.

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22 August 2013

The Husband or Wife List



                                                                                    Photography by Kylie Whiting
So.  Huffington Post Live.

The topic they wanted our thoughts on was intriguing to me...

"Marry Him.  The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough."

The author, a single mom by sperm donor, thinks that women should throw out their list of unreasonable deal breakers and SETTLE for DECENT guys instead of holding out for your PERFECT, fantasy guy.  She thinks that settling will probably make you happier in the long run since many of those who marry with great expectations often become more disillusioned with each passing year when the earlier "fantasy" doesn't maintain itself and the conversation morphs from romance and vacations into discussions about who's changing the diapers or balancing the checkbook. She also recommends making this jump to "settle" at a younger age so there's time to construct a family together and also so you don't end up having to settle for guys everyone else has passed on.

Mmm.

Loaded conversation.  So much could be discussed.

But here are some of my own thoughts today on the subject of LISTS:

I think it's a no brainer to ditch superficial requirements that won't matter in the long run and to go for qualities that DO matter.  I love that the author is trying to promote that.  And for the record, I think that going for the qualities that DO matter is not actually settling one bit!!!  :)  That's more like going for the gold, instead of going for some superficial bull crap.  I think the sooner people shift their priorities towards what matters most, the closer they'll be to a healthy and good relationship.  The key is figuring out what matters most!  :)  Oye.  It's not so easy - I know.

Here's a tip that might be helpful...(this is for married people, too!)

Green Cleaning Workshop in Brooklyn


For anyone in New York, my friend Natalie is a consultant who helps people "green" their homes and cleaning products.  She's amazing, and has been helping me a ton to get our home chemical free.  She's holding a FREE workshop Friday Aug. 23rd, 7:30 - 9:00 PM at the Center for Anti-Violence Education on 327 7th Street, buzzer #3, Brooklyn NY.

RSVP or get more info from Natalie at natalieclay at gmail dot com.

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21 August 2013

What To Do With Old, Toxic Make-up & Cleaning Products


So, you guys know I've been clearing out toxic products in our home.  And here's just a little helpful tip I couldn't resist sharing...

20 August 2013

A Block in Bloggging


I've had several days recently where blogging was a bit hard for me.  It was like I didn't have it in me to tackle any of my big posts I have upcoming.  And so I've skipped a few days or wrote about Turkish towels or shoes instead of how to choose a spouse, how to have an awesome marriage as a newlywed, and blogs and vulnerability.  ha!  It's a rare thing, actually, that I take a mental break from blogging. I've been at this for almost exactly 2 solid years!!!  Can you believe it??  I've been chugging away day after day - writing my heart out - sharing post after post.  I know some of you have been reading since the beginning and I have to say - it's been such an extraordinary experience!!  Sometimes I can't believe that it all has happened.  I look back at some old posts and just say, "Dang, I wrote that!?"  :)  Honestly- knowing what all goes into having this blog and writing the posts - I'm amazed that I've been able to keep up with it and get a message out.  It is a miracle to me.  For me, I have to give credit to the entire lifestyle and way of living that we write about. Without living that way ourselves, we would not have this abundance in our lives.  Instead, trials, squabbles, heartbreaks, fears and worries would likely surface and suck us dry, leaving nothing else to give.

So where did my writing block come from?

I had a dip in that abundance.  Yep, it happened.  I mean, I've had one amazing streak.  I hadn't felt this way in many, many years, so I can't complain.  But I had been stuck trying to figure out what to do to grow our little family of two.  I've always felt a clear direction of what I should do next...and we thought adoption would be the next thing when our IVF didn't work out.  But to tell you the truth, I wasn't feeling motivated to take any steps.  I didn't feel any pull towards anything.  I was wondering if maybe the nearly ten years that I've already put in towards this path were enough...and that maybe it was just time to call it, to cut off the flow of cash and loads of time going towards it, and do something else...dedicate my life to some other worthy cause.  Also, I have accepted the state of my life so much that I actually don't long for babies anymore like I used to.  So, could I just stop the effort?  Could I really just move on to something else and plan to be childless?  These thoughts have haunted me for while now.  I never, ever thought it would get to this point and these thoughts have been hugely uncomfortable to me.  I guess in the end, the option of choosing to be childless was not sitting well with me enough to actually do it by choice.

And so, we will carry on.  We will jump through more hoops.  And I will have faith that parenthood will be worth every drop.

And I actually feel good about moving forward full steam ahead.  I'm so, so very grateful for this.

This shift was due to that little miracle I wrote about...I had an experience that helped me to feel in touch with motherhood again and helped me to feel excited about babies and the miracle of birth.  I needed that experience so desperately and I'm so grateful that it happened and that it sparked in me the desire to move forward with a plan.

And our plan is this...

We are going to do another IVF.

We still feel that adoption is in our future, but at the moment, taking into account the adoption logistics, the length of time and money involved, and the lengthy location requirements, IVF feels like a more practical solution for us for our current situation.  So we'll see how this goes. This decision is actually a surprise to me.  I did not think we would do this.  But it does feel good to have a plan again.  And blogging feels good again, too.  That's a good sign.  :)

Thank you, dear friends, for sharing this journey with us.

And have any of you faced these decisions or ever thought about not having children?  How did that turn out for you?  If you find yourself childless by choice or other reasons, how is it for you? Are you glad/sad to be in those shoes?

Love,

Mara

P.S.  Danny and I both were on HuffPost LIVE last night (you can see it here).  We had a very brief appearance, but we're grateful for the experience.  They wanted our thoughts on the book by Lori Gottlieb called, "Marry Him.  The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough." (Lori is a single woman who chose to have children via a sperm donor after many years of dating.  She now wishes she were married and realizes she had way too many unrealistic expectations while dating.)

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19 August 2013

Where Did You Get That?



This is my latest find - this woven Aztec tote bag. A friend had this bag - looking as stylish as ever, with her two gorgeous kids and a newborn in a sling.  She always, always pulls off good style.  And part of the brilliance is this: when I asked her, "Where did you get that?" she said, "Oh, Target!" :)  She went on to say that many people have given her compliments on it. That's something. And, she said for her it's all in the straps...if the straps are flat, like these, they lay so much better and feel much more comfortable on the shoulder.  Well, there you have it...a really cute bag that seems perfect for Fall.  I totally want one.  $24.99

And because I got carried away looking at other woven bags, here are a few more that I love...

16 August 2013

Thank You To...

1.  Maria (Maria happens to be a long time reader here and we adore her.  See her amazing blog about adrenal fatigue recovery- Rest & Co.)
2.  Leanne Rees (I've read that book, too, and it was pretty incredible.)
3.  Marny de Jesus (Danny loved your comment about his salsa recipe :)
4.  Garren & Larissa Allred (Good luck with your move!!  And welcome to the East Coast!)
5.  Stargirl (Love that your town is full of sunflowers!)

That's right!  Today we're so happy to send a little gift to (5) of our dear readers (chosen randomly from commenters this week). THANK YOU for being blog friends/readers/contributors here.  We appreciated your insightful comments this last week.





We'll be sending you each something that we love...a French press.  I think you'll especially enjoy it this fall.  You'll each get a different one  - but they are all ones that I hand picked when testing French presses last spring.  Aren't the designs so great?  We are still loving making our chocolate brew. (French Press Designs:  Freiling $95 / Bodum Bean $38.22 / Bodum Chambord $30.27 / Bodum Brazil $35.95 / Bodum Shin $42.95 - not pictured.)  If you're wanting to read more about this, see my previous post about chocolate brew and French presses.

We hope this uplifts your day and your week.  And may you have lots of cozy moments ahead this fall.

Happy weekend to all,

Mara

P.S.  Ladies above, please send me your addresses within 3 weeks.  Thank you!

FYI, for the rest of August we are giving a thank you gift each Friday to a random reader who has left ANY comment during the week on ANY post.  We just want to say thanks to the community here.  You guys are awesome.

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Behind the Scenes


To some of the dearest people in the world -

We hope your week has been going WELL!
We've been preoccupied on our end over here.

The last little while has been full of lots of research and phone calls regarding adoption, surrogacy, and foster care.  For a while we didn't feel like there was a clear path ahead and the process of all of these seemed so overwhelming and some near impossible.  It's been difficult to face...the feeling of not knowing what we should do next and also trying to salvage some time and energy and desire to make it all happen. Each option has different laws, timing requirements, location and money requirements, and each option requires the right combination of people and paperwork to make it all happen. But despite all of these unknowns looming, we've actually had more hope and clarity this week which has been a gift from God.  I actually feel like miracle happened in our lives this week to give us a burst of hope and to give us some peace and excitement about a possible scenario.  Isn't that amazing when that happens?  It's happened to me a few times in my life...where something occurred that just changed everything all at once in the most miraculous way. Well, that happened for us and it is still so fresh. People and experiences and prayers this week just came together for us.  The beauty of it all was amazing to take in.  We are so, so, so very grateful.

May I pass on a very solid reminder to you (cause I needed one, myself!) to be patient. Sometimes we need to be patient 100 times over.  And I know I have another 100 moments or more to go.  But there are lessons to be learned each step of the way.  And when you carry forward with good intentions...things will come together somehow.  Though I know too well now that often times the coming together part will look nothing like what you were hoping for.

We love you all,

Mara

P.S.  A few things I thought I'd share:

-The indiegogo campaign for Canary was partially filmed in our home.  We are friends with some of the people (and the dog) in the video.  :)   So fun.  And personally I can't wait to try the security device they've developed.


-I met the sweetest gardner on the block.  She is the kindest old woman and speaks Portuguese (I can't wait to introduce her to Danny so they can have a chat!)  Her entire garden is full of perennials that she has grown from a few seeds.  She is drying out a collection of seeds for me right now and says I should pick them up in a week...um...so sweet.  I love the idea of sharing plants.

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14 August 2013

Where Did You Get That?

So...living in Brooklyn has some perks.
One of those is this:  You are surrounded by people with very cool taste.

I often find myself asking friends or people on the street, "Where did you get that?"

I'm not much of a shopper myself.  But if I do shop, I like to get right to it and not spend too much time on it.  So I'm a huge fan of asking people where they got things.  :)  I thought I'd start passing along some of my findings...

Today, a pair of shoes, worn by Kylie Whiting...

She says these are "seriously the most comfortable shoes I've had in awhile!"  I think they could be cute with knee socks in the fall, as well. 

Find them at Nordstrom. $89.95.

xo,
Mara

P.S. It has been wonderful to have Danny home. :)  We stayed up way too late last night catching up and watching this foreign film called The Intouchables.  Such a good/funny/heartwarming movie.  We loved it.  


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12 August 2013

Giddy in Brooklyn


So, my dear husband has been out of town this last week.  He was at a yearly golf outing in St. George, UT with his guy friends.  He texted me this photo and it made me have a tiny tear just cause holy crap I get to call this guy my husband.  I still can't believe it sometimes.  I'm so grateful for him.  And also, this photo made me laugh because this year's tournament swag was actually this entire outfit.  haha. They usually pitch in and get T-shirts, but this year one of the guys just went all out for everybody and bought entire outfits, right down to a customized belt buckle.  Of course they all loved it because this tournament every year is like THE BEST DAY OF THEIR LIVES.  :)  It only involves trash talking amongst them for 364 days leading up to it.   :)

I'll be picking Danny up from the airport soon and I CANNOT WAIT to see him.  Lovers reunions are the best ever, aren't they??  Holy smokes.  I'm way too giddy.

One time when I picked him up after a red-eye we had to race to the fertility doctor's office in Manhattan to finish up an IUI.  What an adventure (I wrote a post about it here).  haha.  We have some good memories.

And...I'll tell you a little something here that Danny doesn't know yet... hee, hee...

I adopted 6 (!) new houseplants while he was gone.  Yes.  He'll have quite a surprise when he gets home. But well, I just couldn't resist.  I just fell in love with my window boxes this year (they have brought us so much joy I can't even tell you) and then I fell hard for my little Oxalis houseplant and a few others that I haven't even told you about yet.  And now, I think our plant family might be complete.  I'll have a post soon showing off our new additions.  :)

And, have you ever had a surprise waiting for someone in anticipation of their arrival?  It's kind of a fun thing to do.  Our good friends were also just apart for a bit and the husband rearranged the furniture to surprise his wife and kids when they returned.  He seemed really excited about it.  So fun.  

Have a great Monday everyone!

Mara

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