" /> //


The Dutch have a special word to describe “cosiness”, “comfort”, but it’s also something that goes a little beyond that. “Gezellig”. Pronounced correctly, it kinda sounds like you’re clearing your throat, but this blog explores its meaning by documenting experiences that make life richer and deeper; through food, family, and the making of a home.

Boston, Hahvahd, and Lobstah

by amanda on October 25, 2016

….Just got back from an epic time visiting my dear little brother, who has been living in Boston for about a year.

Yes, we brought the kids. Yes, we drove. Yes it was long and there was bickering but it was also a really nice opportunity to just be a family. So I savoured it, despite.

And we did the usual tourist things: visited MIT and Harvard, ate lobster, walked through the beautiful old sections of the city. But as always, I tend to look at things through a designer’s eye. So here are some of the images that really caught my attention.

Boston - Charles RiverMIT Museum art installationold tombstone BostonFoundation Medicine lobbyimg_5317Saint Anthonytiny man MIT MuseumGraffiti Alley Boston

Previous post:

Next post: