Cheers to a scrumptious weekend

Friday, March 18, 2016

Cheers to the weekend, what are your plans for the next two days? Tomorrow we are hosting a little pre-Easter brunch for friends and tonight I'm going to plant a few spring plants in our window box. Besides that we are thinking about watching this film, picking up our favourite chocolate babka and indulging in too much coffee. You? I'll see you back here on Monday, but in the meantime, fancy going down the internet rabbit hole? Enjoy!

"Getting married in one week was the most romantic thing I ever did."

Swoon, the cheery colours and the enchanting character of Chelsea! (Green door + blue wall for the win).

Taste of Streep - hilarious!

Oh my goodness, have you seen this genius way to fold socks? It's a game changer.

Brilliant idea to skip small-talk while getting your haircut.

Can't wait for this!

Have trouble meditating? Try this.

My favourite...

Plus, this one minute routine.

Coffee or tea?

Let's brighten someone's day!

Ha!

How to eat alone...

Why songs heal anxiety.

'I didn't give birth, but I became a mother.'

10 best houseplants to de-stress your home.

Giggle, email translations...

How the watermelon skirt changed Jenna Lyons' life.

"Why I love taking pictures with my iPhone."

And fancy a blast from the past?
- Five years ago today.
- Four years ago tomorrow.
- Three years ago tomorrow.
- Two years ago today.
- One year ago today.


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(Photo by Suvi Kesäläinen)

2 comments:

Stephanie Sadler said...

Happy weekend! Let me know if you see Room. I loved the book! Thanks for including my Chelsea link :) Going to check out the others now. Enjoy your brunch! We're having lunch with friends tomorrow too. Looking forward to it!

inchbyinchlittlesnail.com said...

I have to admit, I'm one of those who've waited an hour for good ramen, and I've done so more than once! But it was worth it. Or should I say #soworthit haha Also, those email translations also sound like general filters needed in a lot of supervisor-employee interactions, unfortunately! Reminds me of this funny workplace "training" video: http://www.cio.com/article/2370439/careers-staffing/millennials-in-the-workplace-training-video--humor-.html

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