Week Notes #5318.10.15
Look at this aloe! It's out of control~ This week has been pretty chilled, I've been working on tweaking things behind the scen...
Look at this aloe! It's out of control~
This week has been pretty chilled, I've been working on tweaking things behind the scenes, and prepping for the festive season. A few exciting emails hit my inbox and I can't wait to share some exciting news. This weekend I am heading back to Kent, I haven't returned to the family home since I moved to Birmingham. I'm really excited to hang out at Dreamland and hopefully visit my favourite wildlife park.
Introducing yoga back into my daily routine has been amazing. What I love the most about yoga is the focus on strength, flexibility, and self-awareness, I find I'm becoming more patient and mindful. Only after a few weeks I'm noticing how my body is changing to become more capable of what I ask it and it brings a real sense of pride and achievement. I find, if I skip a day, I really miss it and I'm making more and more time or longer sessions each day.
The first new Studio Notes mail-out from Oh My Clumsy Heart went out on Friday. These emails are meant to be a little bit of inspiration for your inbox and if you haven't yet subscribed, you can do so here.
Links Worth Clicking:
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» 50 Great Books About Deliciously Bad Women
» How to get over comparing yourself to other creatives
» Nobody cares how hard you work
» This googly eye manicure is the cutest
» I want to visit this new installation
Podcasts Worth Listening To:
» Ted Radio Hour | How It All Began
» Last Name Basis | Hulu & Hang
» Radiolab | Smile My Ass
» Strangers | My Father's Bones
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» Go Explore with Shore Projects
» How to Find Your Niche and Dominate It
» A Guide to Collecting Books
» How to Set Yourself a Personal Challenge