The best ideas come as jokes. Make your thinking as funny as possible.
When you slip on a banana peel, people laugh at you. But when you tell people you slipped on a banana peel, it’s your laugh
I tell myself lies on a daily basis. ‘I’ll get up as soon as the alarm goes off’, ‘I’ll just have one’. So this little project (dailydishonesty.com) is nice to look at because you see all your little lies in very pretty font, which makes me feel better about them. Since starting yoga in Jan, the above from the project is a little porky I tell myself every week. Maybe this week, I’ll actually do it (pah).
When my kindle’s battery died in the middle of a page-turner on holiday recently, it took all the strength I had not to hurl it into the pool. There is a time and a place for it, that I know, but the incident has reminded me of the beauty of real books, with real pages. This week I plan to rekindle (yes!) my relationship with paper and ink
Wedding planning currently coming in peaks and (mostly, for me) troughs. But I feel a peak coming on this week after cooing over this beautiful warehouse feast (image via, originally from Kinfolk mag).
Having recently developed something of an obsession with Nora Ephron and everything she ever said / produced / created, I recently revisited Sleepless in Seattle, and remembered what a brilliant soundtrack it has (now the soundtrack to my journey to work this week). Especially loving this Joe Cocker number.
(image via and by designsponge)