In Life

001: Had an incredible time at the Lumas art now event in Berlin with my girl Betti.
002: After much prodding, Betti has also finally resumed blogging and can be found over at That’s Not Techno. If you guys are into well-written arts and culture blogs – this one happens to focus on Berlin! – then do give her a read and a shoutout and let her know I sent you there!
003: Looking forward to an awesome Friendsgiving next week. Time to try out Tofurkey for the first time ever!

weekly links to interesting sites -

On the web

001: When you don’t quite understand the difference between the front and back camera on your phone. So much love for this human being.
002: A tiny pill is having a huge imapct on Syria’s war.
003: This delicious cranberry sauce, from Free People, which I will be planning on making for Friendsgiving next week.
004: This lovely DIY Lace hoop Chime would be perfect for some holiday decor.
005: This woman was accused of breaking into her own home and wonders if these acts were racially motivated. Wether or not they were, the sad truth of being a person of color is even having to ask yourself this question.
006:Jane of Deluminators shares her seven wonders of the world
007: Ishann Tharoor has compared American sentiments concerning Jewish refugees in the late 1930s with the way America is reacting to the current refugee crisis. Read about it here.



001: Photograephie 008: A fresh new website – I have finally updated my photography site. Be sure to check it out and follow to keep up with new shoots and work.
002: Visual Stimulation 045: Up in the Trees – Stunning images of adult tree houses and cabins for your winter home away from home.
003: Instafinds 027: Friendsgiving – Lush photos full of Thanksgiving Day inspiration


From the archives

001: Conscious Living 003: On Eating – All about being conscious of your diet, while still doing what is best for you.
002: In the Home 003: Boho and Industrial Interior Inspiration Gratuitous interior porn that will leave your mouth watering.

photography by: Free People Blog, Deluminators, weddingchicks, and Rae Tashman

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  • Ada

    I am so happy I found your blog a few days ago, you have a new avid reader in me. Thanks for creating such a beautiful space on the internet, your taste in imagery and writing is superb! – Ada //

    • rae

      Ada! Thank you so much for your sweet comment, this was such a lovely thing to read this Sunday afternoon! So happy you enjoy LFB and I am very happy to have you as a new reader!

  • megsiobhan

    That video of the dad filming everything entirely wrong is making me laugh more than it probably should!

    Meg | A Little Twist Of…

    • rae

      Isn’t it just the funniest/cutest thing ever?

  • I’m so happy I came across your blog! It’s so lovely!
    Great post, can’t wait to look at some of the links :)

    • rae

      Hello Victoria! Thanks so much for your kind comment and it makes me so happy that you like Love from Berlin! Have fun reading the links!

  • The DIY lace loop chime looks so cute, I need to try it

    Lauren x |

    • rae

      I agree! I always see these amazing DIYs around the web but hardly find the time to sit down and try them out myself :(

  • I love your categories for the links!! Great idea :)

    • rae

      Thanks, Maggie!

  • omg the guy with the camera, LOL!
    And that drug in Syria sounds terrifying. Jesus, and I thought cocaine was bad enough. :/
    As for that cranberry sauce.. totally making that this Thursday. Thanksies!

    • rae

      I know he is hilarious, and yes that drug does sound very scary!

  • LOL that guy with the GoPro…!

    I remember coming across a story of an adopted black student being accused of breaking into his own home, living in a primarily white neighborhood with a white family. It’s really sad to hear stories like that – and I think it’s even sadder that things like that are still happening today.

    becky ♡ star violet

    • rae

      Right?! Too funny. And wow that is absolutely horrendous. I am always really cautious with these kinds of things because sometimes they are not motivated by out and out racism, but I am sure that in every case it does contain some trace of racism, as people bring with them their preconceived notions, assuming that boy could not have lived there as he was black. I wonder if it was cos they saw the parents and assumed he could not be their child? I am adopted, but I still guess I could see how that could happen. Still, if a white child were to be adopted by a black family and tried to get into his house I do really doubt the same response would have been taken.

  • sileas

    Really enjoy ur weekly roundups, it keeps me in the loop of current/trending issues and I can review posts I probably missed. Perfect for a cozy Sunday evening ;)

    • rae

      So glad that you like these posts – I love being able to share interesting links from around the web with all of you and love it even more that you guys enjoy them too! Have fun catching up on any missed posts as well!

  • Becky Hughff

    That Dad with the camera the wrong way round ;’) absolutely quality!!

  • Kay (shoesandglitter)

    I always look forward to your weekly roundups, they’re a fab read! x Interesting links, that cranberry sauce looks absolutely delicious. <3


    • rae

      So glad that you enjoy them, they are one of my favorite types of posts to write up! And yes, I am so in love with that cranberry sauce! Really want to make it for Thanksgiving this year!

  • Gorgeous photos & such a lovely read! x

    • rae

      Thanks, Beckie!

  • Hahaha omg that video of the dad filming himself in Vegas the whole time was too fricken funny!!

    • rae

      RIGHT?! Parents, gotta love them.

  • Great pics. Love your blog!

    Valentina | DAILY SUIT

    • rae

      Thanks Valentina!

  • Love these weekly-roundup posts!

    • rae

      Glad you enjoy them, Emma!

  • Love your round up posts! <3


    • rae

      Thanks, Chiara!

  • Lemon and Coconut

    Love it! And I love your look you look amazing :)

    • rae

      Thanks so much!

  • WhatWouldVWear

    This is such a great round up! Totally reading the Conscious Living 003: On Eating! Thanks for sharing, love!

    xoxo, Vanessa

    • rae

      Thanks so much! So glad you liked the conscious living post as well!

  • Interesting picks and love this post idea!

    xoxo, Christina

    • rae

      Thanks so much, Christina!

  • So much going on for your and the world! Hope you have a great new week lovely. x


    • rae

      Hope you have a lovely week as well, Erica!

  • Brazen Brunette

    Love your links this week! Definitely making that cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving, thanks for sharing :)

    xoxo Nicole

    • rae

      So glad that you liked the roundup this week! and good look with the cranberry sause, do let me know how it turns out!

  • I love your links! I loved Jane’s photos. They were gorgeous, and pretty darn inspiring!

    Sartorial Diner

    • rae

      So glad you liked this post and yes, Jane takes the most incredible travel photos!

  • So much happening in the world right now, so I intentionally clicked on the article on the GoPro – so funny! We need happy thoughts, right?! But that is not to say that atrocities against others should be ignored…

    Pop over to my blog and check out my Xmas giveaway (open internationally!)


  • The Sunday Mode

    Have fun at Friendsgiving! Around this time of year I always wish we celebrated Thanksgiving in Australia so I could join in on the festivities.

  • Adaleta Avdic

    I have to tell you, you have an incredibly beautiful blog lovely! xx,

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