3Apr2019

We had an amazing pop-up and flea!

A big thank you to all of you lovely souls who came down to Curious Palette over the weekend to shop at the flea! It was an extremely tiring weekend but my heart is bursting with so much gratitude. It was amazing meeting so many of you and I want to thank you guys for your overwhelming support, love and kindness!

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29Mar2019

Gender Reveal Party

We can’t wait to welcome you into our family, baby babs!

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28Mar2019

Exploring Zurich

Sharing the best of Zurich from our recent trip– including all the cafes we ate at and places we visited! Be sure to bookmark it when planning your upcoming trip!

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27Mar2019

Postcards from Interlaken

No major plans for our one day trip. We made it to just one location in this beautiful quaint suburban town. We couldn’t take our eyes off the gorgeous scenery. We fell so deeply in love.

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26Mar2019

24 Hours In Lucerne

We had 24 hours in Lucerne and here’s a recap of our short yet lovely adventure in this insanely gorgeous city. Find out what we were up to!

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21Mar2019

Supporting World Down Syndrome Day

In collaboration with Happy Socks, Some Days At Home proudly joins #sgminds and the international Down Syndrome (DS) community in support of wearing colorful socks on this special day dedicated to raise awareness about Down Syndrome. Read on to see Mel’s favourite picks!

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20Mar2019

The Art of Embracing Nostalgia

“Nostalgia is the hearts way of reminding us you once loved something”. A little thought piece on how I day dream about the beautiful memories of the past, reflect on my best experiences, and use it to fuel my current day-to-day life, and powers my energy and excitement for what’s to come in future.

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17Mar2019

Home Office Reveal

Our Home Office is pretty much where we spend most of our time in (aside from the bedroom). I’m going through much nostalgia as I give you one (and most possibly the last) final peek into this space before we convert it to our baby nursery.

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