Hey! I am super into podcasts these days, but it is hard to find podcasts about alternative lifestyles and such. Do you guys have recommendations for podcasts about various lifestyles, subcultures, scenes, interests etc?
This is Offbeat Home's archive of posts by Megan Finley.
I'm happy to announce that we have two Patrons for the month of May, and one of them is our first gifted patronage. We've been having a good time talking home and life and hot beverages with these two ladies. And now you can just as much fun getting to know them as well.
I know that the Empire is full of total shoe freaks, led by non other than our resident shoe queen, Ariel. If shoes are your penchant, your passion, are what you're comfortable spending some mondo dollars on, then you're going to want to hear about our newest sponsor, Sparkle Creations by Tyyon.
Every spring I wish for a garden of my own, on my own little plot of land. Then one year, for my birthday, that guy I married suggested that he'd get me a plot at a community garden, citing my obsession with having my own garden one day. At first my reaction was "Aw, what a thoughtful idea." And then my reaction was that of dread. WTF, Megan?
Last week we talked about fashion for kids. Now, let's talk about fashion for big kids! (That's us.) Our sponsor Camden Town is an online store, devoted to promoting original, talented, emerging designers in all fields from fashion to home decor. We love their philosophy of promoting independent designers and original talent.
The most important thing that has every happened to me, my reason for living — Game of Thrones — is back on the air. Every Sunday I have a group of friends over to my apartment and we watch the magic and the madness unfold together. Usually I just put out some cheese and crackers, with enough wine to make Cersei proud. So imagine how huge my eyeballs got when I saw this spread show up in our Flickr pool…
Kalorik (one of Europe's first manufacturers of small electric appliances) began producing electric toasters in Belgium in the 1930s. Today, they're apparently producing appliances from the mother fucking future! I just stumbled upon these awesome-looking home goods on Amazon, and was all "zomg what are these kitchen space pods!?"