Friday Favorites

What a long, strange week it’s been! What are you up to this weekend? Jules and I are both excited to relax and unwind in our own ways…while she communes with nature on the Olympic peninsula, I’ll be learning how to make macarons at this French cooking school and binge watching the new season of Orange is the New Black. (Jules, bring me back some s’mores and I’ll save you some macarons, ok?) Now let’s get the weekend started with a few boredom-busting links!

Friday Favorites // via South by Northwest

1. You probably have a bucket list going (at least a mental one), but what about your short-term dreams? This video outlining 30 things to do before you turn 30 will inspire you. (greaseandglamour.com)

2. It’s HOT outside, and these raspberry and gin slushies are calling my name. The perfect boozy summer treat! (joythebaker.com)

3. Style blogger Lindsay Thurston addresses an interesting question in this recent post: are fashion and feminism incompatible? (lindsayliving.com)

4. Between BBQs, beach parties and weddings, summer is a time for celebration! Check out these 15 easy party DIYs and make a little something special for your next bash. (stylemeprettyliving.com)

5. Have you ever heard of bibliotherapy? This fascinating article delves into the therapeutic power of reading. (newyorker.com)

I hope you have a fabulous weekend and enjoy the sunshine, wherever you are!

β™₯ Mil

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9 responses

  1. The Bilbliotherapy article is fascinating! I guess to a certain degree I already do this as an avid reader: my taste changes a little based on my mood. Great stuff, thanks for putting it up here πŸ˜€
    xxx Anne

    • Oh absolutely! And what you’re reading can totally affect your mood, too. I’m glad you found it interesting πŸ™‚

  2. Thanks so much for the mention! that was really sweet of you. I have heard a little about bibliotherapy, but that article is quite interesting. And that slushie might just be the best thing ever. Yay summer!

    • You’re so welcome, Lindsay! It was such thoughtfully written post – I really enjoyed reading it.

      So glad you found the bibliotherapy article intriguing too! And I cannot wait to try those slushies myself. Yummm!

    • Oh yes, it was a really fun class! They are so much trickier than I realized, though. They might be too much work to recreate at home (maybe for a very special occasion!) but they turned out great…and sooo delicious πŸ™‚

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