Weekend Reading

A homemade life Weekend Reading June

  • Marie Kondo’s Life Changing Magic Of Tidying Up is still on my reading list but I think these three tips on achieving your minimalist, organized home fantasy will do for now. I always want my home to be a place where I can unwind and feel comfy. I know that can be challenging at times with a demanding job but I try anyway and I am convinced these tips will help me get there!
  • 20 places to travel in your 20s that aren’t cliches (Unfortunately I have only been to one of these places so I need to book some flights very soon..)
  • I’ve been spending a lot time day dreaming about traveling – especially when I feel stressed and tired. I’ve been traveling by myself quite a few times – to Capri, New York and Copenhagen – and I always feel safe. But still, I am always happy to read more safety tips for the solo traveler.
  • And since we’re on topic.. I always travel to relax and escape from the pressures and stress of daily life (do not get me wrong, I am very happy with the way things are going in my life but it can be quite stressful sometimes), but the lead-up to a vacation is, in my case, often the most stressful part. That’s way I am so happy when I came across this pre-vacation checklist!
  • I am a list maker, always have been, always will be. In my opinion it’s a perfect way to prioritize things and to keep organized. So imagine my surprise when I came across this blog that wrote about a Business Insider story that claims most rich people make ‘to don’t’ lists. Read here why this might be more effective than all my little to do lists.
  • The Oscars. I loved this chic Chanel dress on Julianne Moore, this Versace gown worn by Jennifer Garner and how adorable is little Jacob Tremblay in his Armani suit?
  • Wedding photographers capture memories that will probably last a lifetime: from a father who walks down his daughter to the aisle to a couple’s first kiss as newlyweds. But I think it’s the stories behind these photographs that can transform a lovely photo into something a lot more special. To celebrate this beauty, Harper’s Bazaar shares the most memorable moments captured by photographers and all the stories that made each photo so powerful.

Comments

  1. Katie says:

    Love your weekend readings! xx Katie

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