The Weekend Reading List

Weekend Reading List 289

What do you have planned for the weekend? After reading Camille Styles’ guide to the best herbs to grow at home, I’m tempted to visit my local garden centre, this weekend, and get planting. I’m also hoping to finish A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, which I’ve been reading all week and cannot recommend more. It’s such a lovely story!

Whatever you have planned, I hope you have a great weekend ahead. And here are some of the week’s top life and style stories to catch up on, during your downtime…

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These are the most useful herbs to grow in your back garden (or in a window box, if you live in an apartment).

How Alex from The Frugality shops the high street

These are the best places to get coffee in Brooklyn.

Do you think it’s sensible to pick a housemate based on their astrological sign? This Virgo/Gemini household just took issue with a Capricorn

It’s officially rosé season! And how good does this rosé summer punch look?!

How podcasts can help you fight procrastination.

M&S sold out of mojito cans days after Diane Abbott was photographed drinking on the tube.

3 steps you can take to make your cooking routines more sustainable.

I’m on a bit of a spring cleaning kick, at the moment. So I’ll be using this definitive list of the places we often forget to clean, in our homes, as a checklist.

Instagram has started testing what it would be like to hide people’s like counts. I’m all for this change!

Target is launching a line of sustainable cleaning products.

This week I’ve been reading A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith, and I’ve been loving it! I’m now keen to read more modern classics, so send me your suggestions…

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  1. Grace Atwood says:

    thank you so much for including my post! xx

  2. Georgia says:

    “A tree grows in Brooklyn” was my favourite reading as an adolescent. I will still read certain parts of it when I want to get in touch with the child in me and feel rejuvenated. I’m so happy that you like it and recommend it:)

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