Lessyloo’s Sunday List – June 18

So… I just ghosted you guys pretty hard. Sorry about that. I’ve been dealing with a serious lack of motivation for blogging recently (C’est vrai!) and I decided instead of fighting through it to keep posting regularly, I would just take a break. A luxury I’m still afforded while this is simply a hobby. (If/when…

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Lessyloo’s Sunday List – April 9

Hey all! Hope everyone has enjoyed their weekend so far. I’m feeling sore and powerful after my first ever self-defense class. (Also – feeling sobered over the situation that so many women find themselves in where predators attempt to victimize them.) I’m thankful to have been able to get trained with friends – there isn’t…

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Lessyloo’s Sunday List – March 26

HEY EVERYONE, HAPPY SPRING! We’ve got a lot of rain coming up soon, but just knowing it is spring and getting little bits of warmth and sunshine is making me want to skip through the streets doing heel-kicks and cartwheels and giving high-fives to all the people. In fact, my “springergy” might mean I won’t…

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Single, so PINK?

Whether it’s because I’ve been seeing shades of pink everywhere recently for Valentine’s Day, or because I’ve always always been a little obsessed with the color, I’ve got an idea brewing for this beautiful hue. (Credits, clockwise: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Guh. I love these blush and peachy pinks. Such a feminine tone.…

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Palm Springs Homes – North

Yesterday I took an amazing architecture tour of Palm Springs, and I suspect I only scratched the surface. If you love architecture and come to Palm Springs, you should most certainly take this 3-hr tour. It also has an accompanying map and app. This post is going to be about architecture. As was my last…

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UnforGETTYable

This post is worth it just for the name. Man. And the other thing that makes it totally worthwhile is the gorgeous architecture (both buildings and landscape.) The architect of the Getty Center was Richard Meier, and he did an absolutely incredible job of taking cues from the setting to inform his designs.   It was…

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