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Something for the weekend No. 28

How has your week been?
Here in Malta it feels like it suddenly went from spring-y to summer.  
Pros: time for swimming!  Cons: Not quite ready to give up my newly acquired second-hand All Saints cashmere jumpers. Why oh why have you come into my life just when the temperatures start to rise!? 
This week I’ve been busy working on a different kind of creative project: developing clothing, journal and mug designs for a new novelty and apparel product line launching on my birthday next week. 
Inspo:  If Ban.do had a baby with Bust Magazine.  
So, feminist, fun + ever so slightly 70s. 
I’m basically making these t-shirts so that I can purchase and wear them myself, but maybe you’ll want some too!

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Watching

 

This week I watched Dear White People on Netflix.  In general I loved it, there were times I thought the dialogue could be tighter but otherwise I thought it was a great series! 

 

 
It would be amiss of me if I failed to mention that I’ve been guilty-pleasure watching the season finale episodes of Masterchef all this week.  

 

 
It would also be amiss of me if I failed to mention that I’m planning a Eurovision Song Contest party for tomorrow night.  Bring on the cheese! 

 

 
This is A LOT of tv-watching for me in one week! 

 

Listening to

 

My favorite Spanish-speaking pop stars here and here

 

Reading

 

I’m a bit book promiscuous this week and have been dipping in and out of the letter of ancient philosopher Seneca, DH Lawrence: Sons and Lovers and Clarissa Pinkola Estes: Women Who Run with the Wolves (one I’ve read and re-read countless times.)  

 

Learning + Discovering 

 

This one personality trait can predict whether you’re likely to walk around your house naked (I must absolutely have this, since I think I’m naked or partially clothed at least 50% of the time I’m at home)

 

 

100 solutions for climate change, ranked.  Tl;dr spoiler alert: the surprise top solutions include educating girls, better family planning and your refrigerator.

 

Enjoy digging in and Have an awesome weekend!

 

xo!
Nicole 🙂

 

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