Sunday, February 7, 2016

Weekend notes & link love #35

Image via Waiting on Martha

Although I'm skipping Valentine's day festivities altogether this year, I'm still not opposed to the idea of treating myself to a tiny (or not so tiny) little something that would make me smile. Meg's list is full of stylish and beautiful options, and I love that each item comes with an experience inspiration. Be sure to check it out - especially the travel section! (via Meg Biram)

I may be single right now, but I found myself nodding my head in approval all throughout reading Camille's post on keeping the romance alive. Grand gestures are rather useless, if the everyday kindness is nowhere to be found! After all, it's what you do every day, not once in a while, that truly matters! (via Camille Styles)

Becoming more organized is one of my biggest goals for 2016, and Abby's blog is definitely a huge source of inspiration. Her tips on how to get organized while living in a small space are all worth a try! (via Abby Lawson - Just a girl and her blog)

I've always thought of myself as having the ultimate black thumb: I was even able to kill cacti, which tends to be almost impossible! But ever since I got my own place, and started experimenting with different plants, I'm getting slightly better (I have killed a kalanchoe, but my orchids are still alive!). So this list of 8 houseplants that you can't kill comes in really handy! I'm really curious to see how many can survive on my watch :) (via Waiting on Martha)

And a few things you might have missed on The Charming Avenue:


A list of things that made my January more beautiful.

My first editorial letter.

My first monothematic monthly reading list. Hint: it's all about Provence! 

A few reads to inspire your best February.

Real talk: On closing the gap, honing your skills and becoming better at what you do every day. 


1 comment:

  1. You should definitely treat yourself :) I'm not really a fan of Valentine's Day because it has become so commercialized but I think I may venture out to a fashion week party on the big day this year. Usually my husband and I just hole up and order sushi in cause we don't want to deal with all the people who are out. Thanks for sharing Abby's blog. It's new to me and I could always use more organization ideas.

    Have a wonderfully inspired new week Ivana!

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