Good Reads: 20 March 2015

Getting a little bit of a slow start this morning. 

London was spoiled with some sunshine last week, so to make up for lost time it's been dark, grey, and chilly all week. Even though we haven't had daylight saving time yet, the days have definitely gotten longer – now, if we could only catch up with some sunshine and warmer weather!

We'll be doing a lot of cleaning and donating this weekend – that's the order of the day until we move. And on that note, I'm thinking of creating a little sale section on the blog that will include some of the better items I'm getting rid of. Would you guys be into that? They'll be super cheap – promise.

Whatever you're up to, I hope you have a great weekend!

"I’ve found my senses are most finely tuned when I’m forced to let things be — and in times of transition, there’s so much to be lost (or missed) in the rush to get to whatever’s next." 

gearing up for clog season.

best idea for a nightstand ever.

marcus mumford and bob dylan make for a lovely duo

very into the idea of berry lips lately. this and this are on my list. 

officially started + finished kimmy schmidt this week. wasn't into it at first, but the 30 rock-pace + jon hamm = perfection. (not to mention the theme song!)

two of my fave biz ladies.

"serial" as a teaching tool. 

the only piece of furniture that's coming with us on our move.

did the name test everyone is talking about and it was ridiculously accurate for me. have you tried it?

beautiful essay on gaining confidence by putting your bod to work, in light of yesterday's post on body image

dream tee.

 

new finds this week: KERTIS / Sonadora / Rachel Sees Snail Shoes / Olive (found via calivintage)

Robin Reetz

I’m an expat currently living between London and North Carolina. I'm the Home & Living Editor at Clementine Daily, handle partnerships and more at DesignGood, and create content for folks like Teen Vogue. Also, I love independent designers. Find out more about me here: http://secondfloorflat.com/about-me/