Suburban Escapism and 80s Style in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

One of my all time favorite FEEL-GOOD movies is the 1986 classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off. It is a must watch while we're all in quarantine, because we can fondly remember being allowed in large crowds during that epic parade scene. It holds up decades later as one of the most iconic 80s movies by John … Continue reading Suburban Escapism and 80s Style in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

A Vintage Treasure Chest

My first neighborhood I lived in Seattle was Fremont. Fremont is a granola, hippy dippy sort of area in the best way possible. Famously called the "Center of the Universe" it sits right along a canal that empties out into Lake Union. There is a draw bridge that always caused morning commute hell if you … Continue reading A Vintage Treasure Chest

1980s: It’s a style, it’s a gimmick

Whether it's video games, fashion, music or wrestling I have been finding more and more aesthetics on Instagram that continue to influence and inspire the way I dress and the way I appreciate this decade of technology, style and music: The 80s. Here are a few of my favorite entrepreneurs and content creators that feed … Continue reading 1980s: It’s a style, it’s a gimmick

Ring of Honor 16th Anniversary: First Exposure & First Solo Event

Last night I went to Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall (they couldn't have just said "casino"?) which, I would never be at since it's across town and I don't gamble. Well, not really. After going back and forth with my husband on whether or not to go, he convinced me to give it a … Continue reading Ring of Honor 16th Anniversary: First Exposure & First Solo Event