Weekend Reads #15


The last weekend reads I was writing it in beautiful sunshine. No idea what’s happened because today it’s dull, grey and very wet.

But here are some links from around the web that’ll cheer you up…

Enjoy x

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These gorgeous photos of endangered animals are gorgeous.

How to get a beach body

5 ways you can save money when you work from home.

My friend Carla has just launched her new detox program – the NO TOX DETOX – check. it. out.

11 Futuristic Kitchen Gadgets That Will Change The Way You Cook

Why ‘Natural’ Doesn’t Mean Anything Anymore

Hillary Clinton reinventing female lives: not “going hag” at 67 but owning the world.

Why Bulletproof Coffee works

How social media made me better at almost everything

Why tidying up could change your life

Do you know how much sugar you’re really eating?

Seth Godin – self-talk and how to deal with criticism.

weekend link love #13

Happy Easter! I hope that you’re having a wonderfully, relaxing bank holiday weekend.



Here are some links that I’ve enjoyed reading over the past week…

I LOVE how Gemma Correll is fighting gender stereotypes through her hilarious drawings.

How to Grow Microgreens at Home

‘House of Cards’ Renewed for Season 4 on Netflix  < love, love, love this one!

The 5 Easiest Ways to Give Others (and Yourself) a Happiness Boost

Have you encountered any of these 8 common misconceptions about working from home?

Have you checked out Monica Lewinsky’s TED talk yet?

Negativity online: an essay inspired by 200,000 online comments.

It’s time to stop blaming social media for making you feel like shit.

I’ve been reading Dan Harris 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works – A True Story. Brilliant read (honestly, despite the long title). Great if you’re intrigued by the idea of meditation but can’t suss out how to get your mind in to it.

On Loneness and Loneliness.

And finally…how to upcycle your hot cross buns

Enjoy the rest of the weekend x