This design concept from UK designer Nicola Hume is called "Listen Here," and would make it so that locals could share the sounds of their hometown. The idea is that you could put wireless microphones around your favorite neighborhood locations, and visitors could listen to them via a public kiosk. The sounds would be mapped — so visitors could listen in, and then head off to go experience the sounds first-hand.
One day I was at work and I got a text message from my partner that said something like, "Let's move to Indonesia and get jobs as teachers!" And I was like, "Riiight, okay, right after we hit the lottery. Nice dreaming, though." Four months later, we were living and working in Jakarta!
Thanks to Tina for uploading her favorite moment in her home — her dining room. Yes, that table and vinyl chairs are amazeballs, but it's what's on the walls around 'em that really make this moment kick ass and take names.
You know how terrariums look like tiny little forests and jungles? Well, Twig Terrariums took that idea one step further. Each kit from Twig Terrariums contains everything you need to make your own little green world, complete with inhabitants.
My husband and I live in an apartment that we love, except for the bug problem. We have a large gap in our door where they keep coming in. I've done some research about sealing the gaps, but it all seems geared to people who own their home. Any advice for bug and weather proofing for the renting Homies?
Making The Lists and Accomplishing All The Things are practically my favorite hobbies.
Of course, I have a never-ending, constantly-evolving list of yearly goals, but since it's a piece of notebook paper taped to the wall, it's less than inspiring. And while I know the rest of the Internet loves nothing so much as aspirational Pinterest accounts and vision boards, that stuff just isn't quite my style.
Enter: Wall O' Goals.