There are a lot of great homes & interiors bloggers out there to spend time with and then there’s Pinterest, where time can just fly whilst you’re pinning everything that ever existed for your style of home.Here are my favourite Homes & Interiors Bloggers
Swoon Worthy– I really like Kimberley’s style of writing and she takes really great photos, I just love them. She also hella lovely and…
Pork & Black Pudding Japanese Dumplings from Dorshi. Heaven! (at Trinity Kitchen)
1. India — 10 hours, 42 minutes
2. Thailand — 9:24
3. China — 8:00
4. Philippines — 7:36
5. Egypt — 7:30
6. Czech Republic — 7:24
7. Russia — 7:06
8. Sweden — 6:54
8. France — 6:54
10. Hungary — 6:48
10. Saudi Arabia — 6:48
12. Hong Kong — 6:42
13. Poland — 6:30
14. Venezuela — 6:24
15. South Africa — 6:18
15. Australia — 6:18
17. Indonesia — 6:00
18. Argentina — 5:54
18. Turkey — 5:54
20. Spain — 5:48
20. Canada — 5:48
22. Germany — 5:42
22. USA — 5:42
24. Italy — 5:36
25. Mexico — 5:30
26. U.K. — 5:18
27. Brazil — 5:12
28. Taiwan — 5:00
29. Japan — 4:06
30. Korea — 3:06
Of course, then there’s the question of qualifying the quantified – what are people reading, exactly? Because, as Susan Sontag memorably observed, only a fraction of published books are actually literature.
(via Mental Floss)
Fascinating new research into work and rewards.
Or, as David Ramsey put it, "We buy things we don’t need with money we don’t have to impress people we don’t like.”
These are a few of the articles and blog posts I’ve enjoyed or found useful in the last week…
Paprika: Recipe Saving & Meal Planning App– Life Hacker (such a good website) asked people to tell them which recipe saving and meal planning apps were their favourite and I found Paprika amongst them. It works on Android, iOS etc. I’ve been trying it out and it’s pretty cool! You can snip recipes from…
At the Oaks Boutique Leeds Blogger Event this week I bought a couple of jumpers and a necklace. Here is one of the jumpers in action…. I love the big heart on the front and it’s got a really nice loose fit to it, meaning it’s perfect to wear with leggings as a jumper-dress. It’s a bit matchy matchyoutfit with the colours, but to be honest I didn’t care….I was feeling the brown!
The coat is by…
Brunch with my husband #100HappyDays #nofilter (at Chapel Allerton)
Manolos and vintage Moschino for today’s afternoon tea.
Oaks Boutique held an event last night in Roundhay for lots of Leeds bloggers to showcase their latest clothes and accessories and it was a good chance to see what their main offering was all about. I’ve been to Oaks Boutique in Chapel Allerton before (the clearance store), but have never been to the main boutique in Roundhay (Street Lane, Leeds) or the Horsforth shop before.
I was pleased to see…
Kale crisps. They are…erm…interesting.
Loving this playlist today!
I’m in love with TopShop’s range of tube skirts at the moment. I was first inspired by…
Doesn’t matter how often you do Internet shopping, the curse of buying a small loaf of bread when you meant to buy normal size can still hit you… #MiddleClassIssues (at Chapel Allerton)
Quite a few of my favourite bloggers post links to other bloggers’ posts that they’ve loved that week/month (e.g. Amy Liz, The Awkward Magazine, A Life With Frills). I always find these sorted of blog posts so handy! They lead me to some great blogs that I probably wouldn’t have found otherwise. So, I figure that if I get so much out of reading other people’s, I should probably do one too!