5 All-Kinds of Inspiring and Awesome Articles from around. I’m just gonna give you a hint or two – Breakfast with Tennant, and wait for it, 6 more Doctors. Yes, you can win it, so head on below to read all about that.
1. LISTEN UP WHOVIANS // It’s not a secret that I am a huge Doctor Who fan (of all the universes out there, the Whoniverse is my all time favorite), therefor it shouldn’t be strange at all that I’m often sharing Whovian stuff. And of all the Doctors (I’m talking 2005-), my heart is set on the 10th. It’s a sentimental thing, even though I absolutely love all of them. So, the other day, I’m scrolling down on Facebook, and this article instantly has my mouth and eyes wide open. It’s Red Nose Day in USA 25 May 2017, and the charity offers a real-ass, ultimate lifetime experience: historic breakfast with 7 Doctors (from the old series, and David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi from the new) for the winner and yes, he/she can bring their friend (hello, I’m your friend, blink blink). I’m sure you’re gonna wanna read more on this, including how to enter, so hop on here, on the original article.
2. You’ve (hopefully) noticed my jokes in (almost) each and every of my posts. And while I’m writing, I always like to picture someone actually reading this, or better yet, hearing me say this. I like to think of my posts like a conversation with a friend Which is why I constantly encourage you to share your thoughts, so that it feels less like the “bagina” monologues (without the fun that rhymes with it. See, did it again, using the words of a wise guy who looks like “an avocado had sex with an older, more disgusting avocado…”), and more like an actual talk. But, there’s always this voice in the back of my head saying “okay, enough with the jokes. You’re not that funny, you know”. And, let’s be honest, I think each and every one of us has some experience with that shit-head who constantly tries to stop us from being, you know, us. But, I’ve found this kick-ass boss lady who shares 3 great strategies as to how to brand your game, the first of which gave me the thumbs up to fully embrace and express my quirky self. Make sure you check that out here, it’s really really helpful.
3. Okay, you’ve probably heard all about this by now, but just in case you haven’t – the new museum in Los Angeles dedicated solely on Ice Cream. My God, how cool is that? You can (of course) eat ice cream while in the museum, but that’s not even the start of this awesomeness. It has banana wallpaper, that you can scratch and smell, a pool pf sprinkles in which you are free to jump and go nuts, ice cream cones on the walls, it’s incredible. Check more on this here.
4. When I was in high school, I started thinking about what will I do when I finish that. What to study, which university, majors, and whatnot. Among other things (Maria and I wanted to study homeland security, for some reason – I wanna say it has nothing to do with CSI and other criminal shows, but I’m not allowed to lie, so…), interior design was something that I was very much considering. But, I wasn’t sure if that was quite my call (I wasn’t sure about anything related to continuing my studies back then, so it’s not weird that I made a poor decision and chose something I could never ever grow to even like, let alone love. Business Logistics, ugh *throwing up emoji*). But, the fact that I didn’t choose interior design doesn’t, on the other hand, change the fact that I’m still very much drawn to it. I buy interior magazines, I constantly read interior/decor/and-whatnot articles, and not a day goes by that I think about how happy I’ll be when the day comes and I get to “design” the s*it out of my own home. Until then, I’m gathering all kinds of inspiring and resourceful information. Jacquelyn’s (from Lark & Linen) article on the most common design mistakes we all make (and, of course, how to avoid them) has became a part of my interior-design-related-stuff stash.
5. Of all the blogs I read constantly, Cupcakes & Cashmere is my ultimate favorite. I’ve been reading it for around 2-3 years. When I started planning my blog, I was researching what other bloggers (similar to what I had in mind to do with mine) do and how they do it. I’ve found so much similarities between her and myself, lots of shared interests and ideas. Of course, we are very different in so many ways, but there are also lots of things I can relate to with her. Given that I’m reading her blog constantly, I’ve seen it grow over the years, I’ve (virtually, of course) seen her take her business to the next level. She started her clothing line, she designed her bedding and lightning collection, and now she has her own Cupcakes and Cashmere Shop where you can find and shop the stuff that she loves and uses to elevate everyday life (the blog’s slogan). It’s full of great great stuff, and you can check it out here.