Too. Much. Information.

I’m worried about social media. About what it’s doing to us all. It started this morning when I woke up and remembered a dream that I had last night about being on a beach in Thailand, talking with someone. That someone is a Facebook friend but not someone I see in real life very often

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Back to the 80s

Rich and I lay in bed the other night, reminiscing about 80s toys and fads. This post is for children of the 80s looking for a nostalgic trip down memory lane… Pogs Stretch Armstrong (and his dog Fetch, of course) Tamagotchi (remember how it felt when they died…!) Lunchtime game of marbles on the drain?

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I’ll try anything once

Since watching Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere – the story of an actor who finds himself enlightened by his sweet, innocent teenage daughter coming to stay with him and soon after resolves to give up the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle – i’ve become obsessed with I’ll Try Anything Once by The Strokes: Beautiful film, beautiful song.

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Bouchon Fourchette

For our Friday date night, Rich and I went to Bouchon Fourchette on Mare Street. Nestled in between the infamous Dolphin pub, cheap chicken shacks and some other forgettable shops, this French restaurant is one of a few trendy joints popping up along this stretch. Following an incredibly enthusiastic welcome, we were told to choose

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Jockum Nordstrom

Last Saturday, my sister and I went to see Jockum Nordstrom’s exhibition: All I Have Learned and Forgotten Again – at the Camden Arts Centre. We liked the fornicating couples and the dusty pink backgrounds best. The Camden Arts Centre has a beautiful two-tiered garden, with a raised lawn and paving below (to sit and

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