We wish you a merry marketplace and a happy new handmade good.

The Junior League of Memphis started this year’s row of Christmas markets with their Merry Marketplace at the Botanic Garden of Memphis. It is probably due to my being new … Continue Reading →


How to go viral

Everybody who creates content in and for the internet dreams (secretly) about going viral. I included. And last week I tried actively to accomplish this. To anticipate the outcome: I … Continue Reading →


How the world´d look handmade or day dreaming during a basketball game

Image everything we could we would do with our bare hands. It would change the appearance of the whole world. And this in every part of our everyday lives. This … Continue Reading →


Walk down the road of art or how to remind people about the fun behind craft and art

Broad Avenue is a street or rather a district in Memphis known for its artistic and creative side. So known actually that it has its own Wikipedia article. Twice a … Continue Reading →


Apples from Garden Eden – oh no, from the Convent Garden…

… and no apples, but antiques. The Convent Garden Apple Market in London It is not easy to find a place to shop for antiques, but if you are looking … Continue Reading →


Etsy and numbers – in 6 fun graphics

Hi y´all, I know numbers and stats can be annoying and boring, but they are important, too, and they tell us so much. That is why I took a look … Continue Reading →

Portobello Green Market

London Calling

The fall in Memphis and the spring in London? Sounds like a little jet set-life? The sparks of being a student. Because the semester at the University of Memphis ends … Continue Reading →


Markets that stay wide open for an everday market-moment

A moment of truth here: I love markets and I do love Farmers Market. But those limitations of only being able to go to Farmers Markets in the early mornings … Continue Reading →


Rethinking blogging – rethink this blog

If been blogging about handmade markets and second hand vendors for quite a while now. My second blog-birthday has passed this year and right now I am in a state … Continue Reading →


Following the tracks of Native America – The Wild West and it’s markets

On my first real road trip I spend three weeks on the road of the US-American west coast. My parents and I rented a car and off we went. Read this … Continue Reading →