Friday Links September 8th

The school year started with a bang this week – that bang was heard from my inbox as all the teachers I contact came back to me from all the emails I sent over the summer!

Roll on the weekend…

Let’s linkie!

John Lewis, though still advertising in the Daily Mail, decided to take away gender labeling from its children’s clothes, which is wonderful. Nicole has written a fantastic post on why this is important.

I’m still finding my feet on Pinterest, but if you’re a noob like me, here’s a great post on how bloggers can get set up there.

Ollie has been cooking up prawns this week!

There was a blogger picnic this week and it looked so much fun! Maria J has written such a relatable post about what it’s like going to your first few blogger events.

Everyone and their aunt listens to Ctrl ALT Delete podcast, but I really loved Emma’s recent episode with Will Young. He has a new podcast out now, too! Go listen, it’s all about stories within the LGBTQ+ community.

BRB going to Norway.

Making cheese looks like so much fun!!!

I had no idea that New Look’s prices for their plus size clothes were so much more. Em wrote a tweet about it…which kinda exploded!

Have an awesome weekend!

Friday Links Aug 25th

I’m sat on the sofa in my pajamas very upset; I tried to dye my hair lilac with a brand that my hairdresser recommended. It didn’t take. Now I’m sad having wasted all this time and drowning my sorrows in Dance Moms.

Let’s linkie.

I loved Erica’s post about In Colourful Company – this group has changed my positivity so much.

Need some podcasts for the summer? Wit and Delight have you covered.

Rhianna’s post on feeling the pressure to do everything really struck a chord for me.

Such an interesting look into influencer marketing in this age of Love Island.

Whitstable sure looks good right now.

Brunch afternoon tea looks amazing (that Yorkshire tho) but also blogger friends are the best and I can totally relate.

I need to get some of this pink gin (also I need to take gorgeous photos like this!)

Looks like John Green has a new book out – I’ll be keeping an eye out for it!

Have an awesome weekend!


Friday Linked Aug 18th

I’ve had a wonderful day off, getting stuff done and cycling in the sun. Now I’m sat watching Dance Moms (my favourite show #TeamChloe) and then Child Genius (my…other favourite show). Junk TV gold.

Let’s linkie!

Ever wondered what it’s like living in Uganda? It’s so fascinating!

How are jokes translated in video games? This was always a challenge at Nintendo, but a fun challenge!

I LOVE that Lush is leaving the British town that voted for Brexit – and helping its employees move to Germany.

Who’s coming with me to find all these amazing underground stations in Stockholm?

I kill plants. There. I said it. Maybe I should try some hard-to-kill plants instead…

We need diversity in the blogging world. Here are steps we can all take to help towards this goal.

Completely overrated travel destinations in Europe.

Are award winning gins worth a try?

Such a fun website – what different websites looked like 10 years ago.

Have an awesome weekend!

Friday Links August 11th

This week has been almost endless rain here, and August has turned to Autumn. I’m sat in my cardigan, saying to my housemate a thicker jumper might be needed because, even though the sun is out, the air is so cold. It’s always harder to get up on days like this.

Let’s linkie!

I used to live local to Marlow, so I loved reading Elle’s post about brunch at The Botanist.

Speaking of beautiful spaces, I found Chelsea through Nicole, and this space with ALL THE PLANTS is the stuff of dreams.

Speaking of Nicole, how CUTE is this flamingo dress?????

I’ve been really loving Amanda’s content recently. Not only are her fashion shots on point, but her completely open and authentic writing style makes her one of my favourite reads right now.

Middle Sister Alice has shared some of her favourite podcasts (ahhhh I LOVE a good podcast!)

Travel inspiration this week comes from the Twins Who Travel, who have made me want to visit France even more.

A little thing about millennial loneliness.

And I’ll leave you with this…

Have a lovely weekend!



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