The Weekend Reading List

Weekend Reading List

And, just like that, it’s December again… As you know, I’m a bit of a Christmas fanatic. And I can’t wait to start cramming my diary with festive activities. This week The Every Girl posted their 2017 Holiday Bucket List, and it’s given me a few new ideas. I’d never thought to plan a gift-wrapping date with a friend before, but have already reached out to my BFFs to see if they’re keen to team up this year. Find the link to the feature below, along with more of the week’s top life and style stories…

The Ultimate 2017 Holiday Season Bucket List – The Every Girl

Fashion Creates More Carbon Emissions Than International Flights – The Cut

Want to Take Better Pictures? Here are Tips from Photographers – Wit & Delight

5 Tips for Creating a Beautiful Holiday Tablescape This Year – The Glitter Guide

Shop: Airtex Velvet Bodice Midi Prom Dress – ASOS

Burrata Toasts with Caramelized Walnuts and Mint-Pomegranate Pesto – Camille Styles

Where to Stay in Iceland: Hotel Ranga – Fashion Foie Gras

These are the Most Searched for Handbags and Shoes of 2017 – Fashionista

4 Ways to Get Back Into a Healthy Routine – Advice From a 20-Something

How to Protect Yourself From the macOS High Sierra Security Vulnerability – Mashable

  • I am so happy December is finally here! My advent calendar has been mockingly staring at me for two weeks now x.x

    • cocos_tea_party

      Haha! I LOVE waking up and opening my advent calendar every morning. Have a wonderful December 1st xx

  • The thing about Sierra vulnerability is kind of giving me anxiety… today my Mac has been updated with something that has supposed to improve its security, would it be enough? Why do I need a computer for living?!?

    • cocos_tea_party

      It’s stressing me too. I followed the instructions on that post and am just praying it has me covered now…

      • But Apple announced that the problem has been fixed and I read that only people who have physically access to a computer could enter without a password. Everything should be fine, now. But I still think my life was easier when I didn’t even have a computer and I used to read more books 🙂

  • cocos_tea_party

    Haha, yes I can imagine it’s hard to apply everything when you have a warm and sunny Christmas! xxx