Winter is hard, but it doesn’t have to be
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I review The Anna Edit’s new book ‘An Edited Life’ and talk you through the organization tips I’ve implemented, from life to work and home. This is one for the type A personalities and people who love to be tidy!
Today I’m going back to a series I introduced last spring to update you with how my new year is going and the lessons I’m learning along the way.
The start of a new year…
My favourite blogs and magazines
A few of my cosy Sunday recommendations
Looking back at the highlights of 2018 and making a list of goals for 2019.
Reseting my creative mojo
I talk you through the steps of getting my UK visa
Why I want to live a different life from my parent’s
Why I’m feeling anxious & what’s been helping
How I find & use inspiration
My week and arts: drawing, film photography and a concert
Why it bothers me when people are looking at their phones while talking to me
Nesting and hibernating
When I realized I was a feminist & my thoughts on this now
Today I’m coming at you with a lighthearted post because it’s Friday and I need a break from all the academic texts I’ve read or tried to write this week. I’ve never considered fall as a great season until recently. I used to think it was a dark, busy and depressing period, but then I realized it’s so much more than that. The Danes proved it to us two years when hygge became a trendy concept. It’s also the lead up to Christmas, which is exciting (and I’m sorry for talking about Christmas in September). Here are the things I love most about this season…
Coats & Knits
Fashion is better in fall and it’s for two reasons: layering and coats! I think coats are the best pieces of clothing, especially when they’re made of wool or cashmere (hello Filippa K coat of my dreams). I am also a huge fan of knits because they feel cozy and most of the time they are super soft. I’m excited to show you my favourite autumn looks soon on the blog…
Staying in is, in my opinion, the greatest luxury of modern times. I love staying at home on a weekend, wrapping myself in a blanket, and watching a classic movie like Notting Hill. I also like the feeling of wanting to stay inside because it’s too cold outside so you invite people for a home dinner (goodbye rooftop terraces).
Comfort Food & Warm Tea
And the best bit… comfort food! I love a good bowl of vegetable soup on a cold fall day, a cup of Earl Grey tea to start my day at work or a good roast dinner with family.
What are your favourite things about fall?
Blazer: Céline / Top: Aritzia / Trousers: Mango / Clutch: Saint Laurent / Necklace: Missoma / Bracelet: Maanestan
My tips before starting your new BTS/BTW routine…
My favourite parts of this 8 year journey!
Some content recommendations for the week…