Friday night road trip
The hardest thing as an adult is to push a shopping trolley through the supermarket without lifting yourself up onto it after a good push screaming ‘weeeee!’
When Britt leaves Luna alone with me for a week…
Pixar is simulating real camera lenses and mimicking techniques like split focus diopters in its movies and it’s amazing. The real fake cameras of Toy Story 4
This is the garage where Apple Inc started. It felt surreal to stand here today, a place of so much myth. An origin story like many, that actually resulted in the world’s biggest company today.
My favourite part is how the iPhone wasn’t even a thought at this stage.
The first rule of wifi club is that you don’t upload or download on wifi club
I put effort into my AirBnb reviews
Bad news about Donald Trump, he’s high in calories
The best thing about sharing a Lyft ride is the look the riders give each other when they enter the car, all knowing that none of us are as cheap as all of us.
Echoing the thoughts of every other basic b* that has bought a Series 5 Apple Watch: always on is a game changer. Even after a few hours you appreciate the watch more. Also, because I bought it in the USA, I’ve got an ECG!
🦆 for dinner
Many have messaged us about travelling with a baby, so I thought I’d share a few thoughts about bringing Lu to New York.
So firstly, we’re not travelling with a baby, we’re travelling with Luna, she’s almost a fully formed influencer with diet shakes and essential oils ready to sell you. Seriously though, Luna’s just one of us, eating the food we eat, going to the places we go.
Secondly, prams in New York are a bit tough if you want to take the subway. We’re rocking a Babyzen YoYo which I recommend highly, but you’ve got to carry it up and down the stairs. The rare subway station has an elevator, but most don’t. Lord knows how people in wheelchairs get around.
Thirdly, the drug stores and supermarkets here have some pretty good baby food. At home we make her food, but out here she’ll eat off our plate but mainly she’ll demolish/suck the organic goodness out of the plastic sleeves Whole Foods sells.
Finally, I appreciate the slightly slower pace a baby brings. Too many people want to see New York in a day. It just doesn’t work like that, and having to stop for nappy changes, sidewalk bottles, or not leaving the Airbnb until after her first nap is a reminder to take it slow and to smell the roses (or the stench on the sidewalk).
Georgia & Tim + me marrying them + Luke Fletcher shooting them @ the Wythe Hotel, Williamsburg
Not many stores in New York have a line simply to enter and peruse
Casa Magazines with my two
The proprietor of Fashionable Male