Here is another reason to love Emma Watson. You should follow her on Instagram.
For the last few decades, if someone asked you, “Did you make your dress?” — it was not exactly a compliment. If your dress looked “homemade” then it was construed as not chic. It feels like the pendulum is swinging and we are in a time when wearing your sustainability on your sleeve is respected and admired.
This Friday, I feel lucky to be able to attend TEDx PiscataquaRiver at 3S Artspace. I am most excited to see Maxine Bédat, the co-founder and CEO of Zady. Zady is a clothing and consumer goods e-commerce company that emphasizes ethical consumerism. Thinking about all this prompted me to scroll through the Zady Instagram page. I was struck by this quote below.
Wouldn’t it be great if Portsmouth became the capital of sustainable style? Let’s start by supporting our local tailors.
Unique charm on a small private farm
As a mom, I spend a lot of time planning summer activities for my family, specifically my two boys. If I could choose a vacation for myself it would be very different. Here is a roundup of Airbnb rentals in Maine that I would go to on my own, or with just with one other person, like my husband or a girlfriend.
⇓ Handbuilt cabin overlooking pond ⇓
⇓ Exquisitely Modern Country Cottage ⇓
⇓ Rustic, cozy vintage Maine trailer ⇓
⇓ Waterfront bunkhouse at Long Point ⇓
⇓ Frye Mountain Camp ⇓
⇓ The Sunhouse ⇓
⇓ Sun-filled old farmhouse meets loft ⇓
Check out the stairway wall in this house.
Which is your favorite? I think I’d go with the handbuilt cabin overlooking the pond or the Sunhouse. Those hammocks are calling me.