The Week That Was

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♥ A slightly older link, but the best news evs for Louisa at Duck in a Dress. Congratulations!

♥ Terri-Jane is telling ‘should’ to do one, and I’m on board.

♥ Elise took a tour of Glasgow Central Station, and it’s left me wanting to do something similar.

♥ Elizabeth from Margot and Barbara is one of my favourite bloggers, and her post about her allotment supper is one of the reasons why.

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♥ I love this mash-up – the music of Inception over the trailer for Inside Out, creating Incept Out.

Five summer looks in films.

♥ $129 for a mystery flight in 1950.

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Monday ~Excited for Imelda

Tuesday ~ Lunchtime squats – ouch!

Wednesday ~ Anticipating a downpour

Thursday ~Foraging course booked

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♥ Janet wrote very eloquently about the ways you can protest if the general election didn’t go the way you were hoping.

♥ Charlotte is learning a new language, and making me want to as well! (This link is a bit older, because I’m way behind with my blog reading.)

♥ Jasmin provided seven handy tools to help improve your blog.

♥ Rachael posted about her London cross stitch, and as a result my finger is hovering over the buy button on the New York equivalent!

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♥ This video of a (albeit computer-generated) skeleton doing yoga reminds me how amazing our bodies are!

♥ Everything about the ocean terrifies me, but I’m trying to force myself to look at more photos and watch more documentaries about it, so I can be less scared. These photos of underwater creatures, by Jorge Cervera Hauser, are incredible, if daunting

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Tuesday ~ Slow TV – really?

Wednesday ~ Entirely productive day

Thursday ~ Feels like Friday

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♥ Holly nominated me for a blog award – something that never fails to make me smile! Thanks Holly!

 Sarah’s post about investing in herself has got me thinking, and I have realised that I need to start with the small changes too.

♥ Though not a vegetarian myself, I do have a professional interest in the world of vegans and vegetarians, so I did enjoy reading Charlotte’s post about why she is mostly meat-free.

♥ Thanks to Rachael’s post about creating cross-stitch versions of her family, I now want to cross-stitch everyone I know

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♥ I went to university with a lot of people who would have been a lot more interested in a Maths degree if their lecturer had looked like this.

♥ I’m yet to complete my watching of Parks and Recreation, but this is still an awesome article. Leslie Knope is the actual best, y’all.

♥ There’s still time to watch one of the best children’s films ever made on iPlayer (until first thing in the morning on 5th April): The Amazing Mr Blunden *is* amazing.

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Monday ~ Worked all weekend

Tuesday ~ Croaky of throat

Wednesday ~ Trampoline in field

Thursday ~ Contemplating a cider

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♥ As someone who has dabbled with Tinder, Rebecca’s post really struck a chord.

♥ The incredible Haydy is raising huge amounts in advance of running the London Marathon, and she just smashed her target!

♥ Rachael has written about one of her great granddads, and it’s an intriguing tale!

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@everynowsong is a Twitter account dedicated to sharing each and every track that has ever been on a ‘Now…’ album, complete with YouTube video.

These photos of freezing waves are incredible and slightly disconcerting at the same time!

♥ If you’re a cartophile like me, you’ll like this: 25 maps that explain the English language.

♥ Some pretty compelling evidence that women in Disney and Pixar films tend to have the same face.

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Monday – Dreaming of hometime

Tuesday – Phone phobia returns

Wednesday – Daily dinner dilemna

Thursday – Lunchtime catch game