How has your week been? I’ve been laying low, for the most part, after I got hit by the nasty cold that’s been doing the rounds. It’s taken so long for my energy levels to return to normal. And unfortunately it meant that I had to miss the Christian Dior exhibition opening at the V&A, on Wednesday.
However, the week wasn’t all bad. Because the extra time I home meant I was able to finish Madeline Miller’s epic novel Circe, which I really enjoyed! I now want to learn more about greek mythology – and Googling the different Gods has become my latest method of procrastination…
The Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibition opens at the V&A museum in London, this weekend. Do you have tickets already?
Are you planning a trip to Portugal this summer? If so, Wit & Delight’s travel guide has some great suggestions for Lisbon, Sintra, Porto and the Algarve.
Blogger Emily Wilkinson read 10 books last month, and I’ve added a lot of her January recommendations to my my list. I can’t wait to check out Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens.
How to write a cold email that actually gets read.
If anyone would like to make a batch of these black cherry cheesecake bites for me I’d be eternally grateful…
New on the list of things I don’t need but desperately want: this pretty, printed tea kettle.
I love a good “before and after post”, and really enjoyed seeing how The Every Girl co-founder Danielle Moss transformed her Chicago Condo. It’s such a dramatic transformation!
ASOS is launching a homeware collection, and here’s a preview of the line.
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