A handful of photos documenting December wonders plus a brief confession about my experience of this year’s holiday season.
Reflections on a tradition we adopted in 2015, which lights up the dark winter mornings with a steady uptake of jolly cheer.
Outside our windows, a construction site roars to life at seven o’clock in the morning. But when evening comes, quiet falls.
Oddly quiet photos of a sweeping home improvement project, along with a few words about living through the experience.
This dispatch is from our temporary quarters just two floors down from the construction site that will re-emerge as our home.
Read about the ways a well-deployed cloud of mist can be a useful—and water-saving—improvement to your kitchen workflow.
Photos of the remarkable Warsaw sky—part of a nascent series devoted to a view I’ve been admiring for more than ten years.
A micro-essay linking my fondness for grey skies with the way subdued daylight contributes to a better experience of seeing.
Four lucky shots combine to tell the story of one sunset over Warsaw—and raise questions about the sun’s trip across the sky.
A deep dive into the ergonomics driving the form and function of bowls, with implications for both cookery and industrial design.
Isn’t it a pain when the wrong gift finds the wrong person at the wrong time? Here are some ideas to ease the burden all around.
Capturing helicopters as they’re flying by is the newest activity to unite this duo of mother and three-year-old son.
One girl’s impressions about an unusually well-appointed vintage fork, spilling over into ideas about design and functionality.
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