Finding Balance In A Relentless World | JORD Watches

An Essay On Maximizing Time and Experiential Living || And In That Moment, I Swear We Were Infinite “Time has a wonderful way of showing us what really matters.” I had this quote engraved on the back of my wood watch. Zebrawood is native to West Africa, one of its defining features being its very pronounced growth rings. Akin to the way nature reveals the life of a tree – lean periods of fire, drought, flood, as well as periods where…

Alfred Tea Room, Yes. You, Maybe.

If ever there was an ode to tea and the color pink, this would be it. Alfred Tea Room is the little sister of Alfred Coffee, and since I’ve never been much of a coffee drinker (that’s a whole other story), this is my Alfred’s location of choice. Firstly, because it does actually serve coffee, as well as rare and artisanal teas. And secondly, it is walking distance to both Alfred Coffee Melrose Place and Alfred Coffee In The Alley…

Cornflower Blue Wrap Dress

Heavier wrap dresses are perfect for that month at the beginning of fall where the weather is not quite sure what it wants to be – I am very often that girl who has forgotten to bring a jacket because it was warm when I stepped out in the morning. The material on this dress keeps me warm while the uneven hemline (the way it ties makes it is much longer at the back) gives the fabric great movement, and…

Geometry Class In Statement One-Pieces | Palm Springs Edit

Summer is not quite officially over in SoCal, but the leaves are starting to change (you know, on those rare trees that aren’t palm trees… 😛 ) and colder weather is on the way. That doesn’t necessarily mean we won’t see our favorite swim pieces until next summer though! And it also happens to be the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere… I’m not a huge fan of geometry class, but when it comes to one-piece swimsuits, I love…