Today FICKLEosophy is showing some love for all the great creative minds that give me something to be obsessed about!
Why...has a year gone by already??? It seems like it was only yesterday...(feel free to giggle at that one!). Can it be that FICKLEosophy has been posting since 2010? Yep. It can. And what a ride it has been. Aside from the obvious - sharing my daily obsessions with you - I've come to enjoy a home in the … Continue reading just a thank you
The Morph Pad from Schleeh Design of Canada takes the good-old-fashioned note pad to a whole new level...literally. You see "Morph", and it's larger cousin the Mighty Morph Pad, are sculpturally fluid - moving to a new dimension with every twist and turn. Made of 1000 recycled paper sheets - this simple block - each featuring fabulous artwork … Continue reading morph-o-normous
Keeper Obsession Alert Sure cutetape.com sells - ahem - cute tape. Since 2009 in fact. And, Japanese Washi Tape to be precise. Lot's of it. But they have the most wonderful collection of one of my newest obsessions...twine. Or as we knew it growing up...bakery string. I might even be so bold as to say it's … Continue reading to twine own self be true
FICKLEosopher: a being who subscribes to the philosophy that you have room in your life for a new obsession everyday. And, in fact, most days I do. Over the past year, I've continued to post about cool products, special causes, books, folks, films, and other blogs galore. I've tried my best to include all respective … Continue reading show some love
I vividly remember standing in McCrory's and Mom pulling out her little spiral-bound notebook (like the ones that used to be required to notate school homework assignments) for reference on a paint color or a proper measurement. In fact, it was Mom's almanac - references to sizes for myself and my four siblings, allergies, school info, … Continue reading mom’s almanac
Keeper Obsession Alert: Who knew 15 years ago (ok - maybe 20) that phone books, as we once knew them, would be on the brink of extinction. And who would have ever imagined that those daunting numbers - once only used for our bicycle or school locker combinations, and cleverly referred to as "combinations", yep … Continue reading today’s little black book